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A School of Banking, Bookkeepine. Shorthand, Typew/ riting and Penmanship. 
INDIVIDUAL TRAINING. PRIVATE LESSONS KO!J EACH STUDENT Diplomas Granttd. Positions Secured. 'Write for 96 pace Cataloe- 

F. A. FARMER, President. Fort Worth, Texas. MRS. F. A. FARMER, Secy.-Treas., Fort Worth, Texas. 



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Eskota Commercial Club, W H DunninR- 

sec. 
Eskota Gin Co. cotton grin. 
ESKOTA Tit VUlVt; CO. lieueral Slore. 

Herndon E B, cattle bleeder. 
Herndon J W, genl store. 



ESPERA.XZA. 

Population 100. On the I. & G. N. Ry.. 
In Montgromery county, 13 miles from 
Conroe, the county seat and 3 from New 
Waverly, the nearest banking point. D. 
H. Clanton, postmaster. 
CLANTOX, D II, r*i(s1mHster. 
Garrett A E, genl store. 
Lester Ada, r r apt 
Smith E A, genl store. 
SpUIer Charles, genl store, cotton gin 

and physician. 
Spiller Will, physician. 

ESTACADO. 

Population 100. In Crosby county, 25 
miles southeast ot Ciosbyton, tile county 
seat and 6 from Lorenzo, the nearest 
banking and shipping point. Has Bap- 
tist and Methodist churches and a $6,000 
school building. E-'cp.. V.'., F. & Co., Tel- 
ephone connection. J. A. L.eMay, post- 
master. 

Bledsoe R L, cattle breeder. 
Brown J P. cattle f''"''er. 
Dillard & Fullingim, genl store and cot- 
ton buyers 
Ellis & l.lnii, live stock dealers 
Henderson R F, poultry breeder 
He ward B H, real estate. 
1,E .M.*Y J A, Confeolioner anil Insur- 
ance 
Michael C R, blacksmith 



KSTHLI.IXE. 

Population 1,000. On the Ft. '^' S: n. 
C. Ky.. In Hall county, 14 miles south- 
east of Memphis, the county seat. Has 
Baptist, Christian and Metliodist churches 
a bank ana a wi-eiily newspaper. The 
News. Exp., Adams. Telephone connec- 
tion. Robert E. Tacki'.t, postmaster. 
Adams .1 A, genl store. 
Barnes J R, grocer and feed. 
Blackshear E O, dry goods and gi'ocer. 
Cameron \Vm & Co. lumber. 
Clifton .S; Powers, cotton gin. 
Collier Jackson, cattle breeder. 
Crump S B, cattle breeder. 
Crandel S L. r r and exp agt. 
Dalton Icrry, publr Estelline News. 
Estelline News (weekly), Jerry Dalton 

publr. 
Estelline State Bank (capital $10,000), J 

W Moore pres. Ira Smith cashr. 
Ewing Bros, livery. 
Gowan Minnie, dry goods. 
Green Bros, dry goods. 
Grundy Dru^?' Co. 
Headrick Hardware Co. 
Johnson Hardware (-o. 
MoCiJlum E F, dry goods and grocer. 
Rothv.-ell J r> TeUplicne Co. 
Smith Ci^-ero Lumber Co. 
Stoker R E. blacksrcitti 
TAtKITT IIOItr.I'.T S\ Colleftlun .\seut 

and I'osttnaslrr. 
Vardy Charles F, blacksmith. 
Vardy P I.,, physician. 
Willis &■ Harvey, grocers. 

•OSTKS. 
Population 75. On tlie S. A & A. P. Ry., 
in .Vransas county. 5^4 niiies south of 
Rockport, Die county seat and banking 
point. i;xp., VV., F. & Co. Ella A. Ward, 
postmaster. 
\V*RI> /. C Cenernl S«»re. 

ETOIM5. 

Population 30C. On the A. & N. R. R., in 

Naco^uoclies .-■t'unl>", -- miies soutiieast 

of Nacopdochps. the county scat and 10 

from Chireno. liie nearest banking point. 

Telephone connection. Zanie M. Hiil. 

postrnAstei . 

IIM.I, /..\ME M, Dmcci-'t. 

Jncobs J C, cotton gin 

.Tacobs, Partin A; Co, general store. 

Morton & Fall, genl store. 

Smith J S, physician. 



i:i i,.v. 

A rural postofhce in C!allahan county. 7 
miies from Clyde, the nearest banking 
and shippi.ig point. 
Adams B S, genl store. 



El'-MCE. 

Population 100, In l.eon county, 14 
miles from Centei'vilie, tiie county seat, 
.and 21 fr(>m Oakwood. tiie nearest bank- 
ing and shii'ping point. C. J. Hogan, 
postmaster. 
lIOO.V.\ C J, Gcnerni Store Ru<I Live Stock 

Breeder. 

El'KKKA. 

Population 100. In Navarro county, 12 
miles southeast of Corsicana, the county 
seat, usual banking and sliipping point. 
Telephone connection. J. J. Sullivan, 
postmaster. 

Castles W D. cotton gin. 
Eureka Gi ocery Co, 
Eureka Tel-^-phone So. 
Home Teleiiiione Co. 
Shields W B. f;enl store. 
SLLLIVAX J J, Geueral Store. 

El ST.\t-E. 

Population 200, On the T. & N. O. Ry.. 
in Henderson county. 12 niiles northwest 
of Athens, tlie county seat. 
Cathey J Q. restr and oontr. 
Cook G J. lumber. 
Eustace Mercantile Co.. genl store. 
KlItST ST.VTK BANK (C'upilnl »I0.(>00|. 

M E Edgar Pres. F C Warren Cashr. 
Fugate L H, meats. 
Fugate R R. grocer, 
Garrett J H. grocer and dry goods, 
Garrett & Hambrick, pcnl store. 
Green (*t Carlton, grocei's. 
Harris J C, cotton gin. 
Holland Bro.s. drugs. 
McKinney <.<> Son, restr and meats. 
Monroe B A, blacksmith. 
Smith R R, lumber. 
Surles A D. drugs. 
Teal J W, genl store. 
Westmoreland C L, grocer. 



EV.\. 

A country postofSce in Jim Wells 
county, 13 miles south of San Diego, the 
nearest banking and sliipping point. 
Mail, tri-weeklj-, 
Gonzales H, cattle breeder, 
Saenz Ramon, grocer. 
Trevino J G. grocer. 



i: v.* DALE. 

I'opulation 600. On the G. C. & S F 
rfy., in Jasper county, 44 miles from Jas- 
per, the county soat and C from Silsbee, 
the nearest bankiu?,? point. E.xp., W,, F. 
& Co. S. H. Adams, postmaster. 
AIJAMS S H, PoKlmimter. 
Kirby Lumber Co, lumber mnfrs and genl 

store. 

EV.\>"SVII,LE. 

A county postofTice on tiie H. & T. C. 
Ry , in Leon county. lOVi; miles northwest 
of Ceiiterviile. the county seat an.5 6 from 
Jewett, the nearest banking point. 



F:Hisor S C .<: Sons, genl store. 

Greenawav Fi-ank. saw mill. 

liOOT <& HOOT, Geueral Store nnd Cultou 

Buyers. 
Phillips J E. general store. 
.Wright W R, gen! store, cotton gin and 

grist mill. 



EVERITT. 

Population 15. In San Jacinto county, 
10 miles from Coldsprlng, the county 
seat and nearest banking point, and 12 
from Sheiilierd, the nearest shipping 
point J. W. Jackson, i>ostmaster. 
Everitl D R, gen>'ral store. 
JACKSO.V J \V, I'o.stma.sler. 
Lilley J A, general store. 



K\ EHMAN. 

PopuKition 150. In Tarrant county on 
the line ol the International and Great 
Northern R. It. and Fort Worth and Cle- 
burne Iiiterurban Ry.. 10 miles north of 
Ft. Worth, the county seat and bankln,? 
point. Has a graded scliool and a cotton 
.gin, F.'aptist and Methodist churclies. 
Tel., W. U. Exp., Wells, Fargo & Co. 
Tel connections. J. E. Dickesbn, post- 
master. 

Allen Henry B, blksmlth. 
Chambers Jesse R, genl store. 
Graves Cullen P. physician. 
Harris Charles W, grocer. 
Harris J R, physician. 
^IcPherson Bros & Dickeson (James T. 

Oscar and Bishop Mcl'herson, Jacob E 

Idckesoni. general store. 
Scott Wintield (est of), C D Chlsenhall 

mngr, cotton gin. 
Skelton Kennedy K, r r, tel and exp agt. 



EXCELSIOn. 

Population 100. On the H, E. & W. T 
Ry., in Liberty county, .^6 miles r.ortii- 
west of Llbert>', the county seat and 
2Y2 from Cleveland, the nearest banking 
point. Tel., TiV. U. Exp.. W. F. & Co. 
George Hinchlilt, postmaster. 
IHNCHLIFF GEOnciE, tieneral Store and 

Real Estate. 

EZ'/.ELL. 

Population .'^00. In Lavaca county. 12 
miles from J-Iailett.=iville. the count>" 
seat, banking and shipping point. ;Mail 
daily. J. F. Koonce, postmaster. 
Cornelius B, cotton gin and flour mill. 
Futrell H L. physician. 
Garner Bros, general store. 
Gtithrie O N, cotton gin and saw mill 
Hanson J S, hog breeder and wool 

gro^ve^, 
KOONCE J F, General Store kikI Live 

Stock Breeder. 
Ponton A H, blacKsmith and wa^onmkr 
Reagan J M. fruit grower. 
York Will, cattle feeder. 



EV.\NT. 

Population .300. In <'oryell county, 19 
miles south of Hamilton, the nearest 
shipping point and 25 from Gatesville, 
the county seat. Has a bank. Mail, 
daily. 

T5rooks W C, genl store. 
Burney J \\', hard\\-are and farm implts. 
Coniey t^ S.>ri. genl store, 
Evant .State Bank (capital $10,000), W 

C BrooKs J. res, E T Brookr. cashr. 
Harlman V A, drugs. 
Hlli R M, genl store, 
l-e.-iter J L, blacksmith. 
Price H Y, telerihonr exchange, 
.^rr-ltti K- Smith, cotton gin. 
\\'hittenberg J H. blacksmith. 

EVERGKEE.V. 

PopulHtion 50. In ^'in Jacinto county. 
7 miles from Coldspring. me county se.it 
and bankin.g point, and 19 from Cleveland 
the nearest shi|)ping point. J. L. Hoot 
postnf.aster. 



FAUENS. 

Population 100. On the G. H. H S. A. 
Ry., in El Paso county, 22 miies from 
El Paso, tiic cuunt.v seat, and 7 from 
Clint, the nearest bankin.g pt.ipt. ^vp., 
■\A'. F. .<: Co. Telephone connection. 
Eugene Perez, postmaster. 
Beit Frank, r r and exp. agt. 
Camp-Jackson Mercantile (To. genl store. 
Newman Implement Cc». farm imnlts 
SCH.\IIII:R J .J, Eugene IVroz IMncr, 

General .Store. 

F.4IRn.'VNKS. 

Population 75. (.m the H. «- T, C. Ry., 
in Harris count>-, 13 miles from Houston, 
the Cfiunty seat and banking point. PJxj... 
W. F. (fe Co. Telephone eonnectnin. H. 
S. M.at.-ike, postmaster. 

MAT/,KE II S, General Store nn<l Saloon. 
Ritchheart J T, grocer. 

FAIIlCniI,I>S. 

A rural postotlice In Fort Bend county. 
13',;; miles south of Richmond, the ju- 
dicial scat, banking and shipping point. 
Mail, tri-wecl'.ly. 
ni-.^IIA <& GASCII, General Store. 



P.\IRf>ALE. 

Population 75. In Sabine county, 17 
imiles from llempliill. llie county seal 



ELATERITE WATERPROOFING AND BONDING 

for waterproofing walls and basements, bonding eld concrete to new. 
Bonding plaster to concrete, steel or wood. 

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anii at^arest liankirii; point, and 26 from 

Hro,n.son. the neai'est shipping point. F. 

M. .'^rnith. postmaster. 

MclJaniel T S. general store. 

Miller Marion, genet'al store. 

SMITH F M, INwtmoNler. 

Williams Vt D, «ierieral stoi'e. 

F AIRFIKI.D. 

F'opulation 700. The judicial seat of 
Freestone cnnntj-. i:^ miles from Tea>::ue. 
the nearest shijipintc point. Has E'aptist 
and Methodist iOpiscopul South churclies. 
a liank and a weekly newspaper, the Ite- 
corder. Staye daily to Teag-ue, Tcle- 
r)hore connection. L. Childs, postmas- 
ter. 

.\ndei'Son .1 G, grocer. 
Ht-adford A L.. Tih>'sician. 
CEIII.U^ J<, Fire lusiirnnoe. 
Clark F H. restaurani and confr. 
Cocktell \\' H. blUsmitli. 
Contmerclal Hotel. M .T Cook iiropr. 
Compton K X, alistracts. 
I'aruel .V L.. cotton ^in. 
I'Mwvall G B. hlacksmith. 
i:iv W S, liverv. 
Fa.rfield .-\bstract Co. 
Fail-field Mill & Grain Co. 
IFairfieid Recorder. L, C Kirgan publr. 
Fairfield State Bank (capital $15,000). I 

H Hill pres, ^V F .Storey cashr. 
F^isclier Fred, hdwe and irnplts. 
l-'ieestone County Telephone Co. 
Ha'l T .1, general store. 
Headlee Drug Co. 
II;1J F E. ee^'^i"*^! store, 
nil' .1 W, general store. 
J'd'.iison & Mcllvien, drugs. 
Kiriian L C. pi'inter. 
l.oti w .J. general store. 
Liitt \V L. general store. 
.Mrli\een T i », nien's furngs and jewelry 
Milts F A, meats. 

.Milier .\ M & S-oii, hdwe and implts. 
Moses & ..Xndei'son, lawyers. 
.\..\\r(^an Bros, grocers. 
lio^Hi-tson .1 X. "photogr and confr. 
Rollt-r .loseph. confectionery. 
S. oit L N. cold drinks. 
Snee't W X. fdiysician. 
.^neerl W N jr. ph>'sician. 
\'aughan & Mcllveen. grocers. 
Willard .1 M. cotton gin. 
'vVilUord !■; E, grocer, furn and under- 
taker. 
Wooldridge H H, dentist. 



Kiiiu- 1-' i.j. drugs. 

W illiams 1, general store. 

F.VIR>101 \T. 

i'opulation 75. In Sabine county, 141^ 
miles soutlieast of Hemphill, the county 
seat and banking point, and 20 from 
Rrookeland, the neai'e?^t sliipping point 
George S. Smith, postmaster. 
Clark J A. fruit grower. 
Donahoe 1{ .1. blksmith and fruit grower. 
Garlington B C. general store. 
-McXaughton W .;,ick, fruit grower, 
riielps L, ^V C. live stock breeder, 
.^mith V. F. live stock breeder. 
Smith E Y, fruit grower and poultry 

b»"eeder. 
s.lflTH GKOIlfir; S, I.lve stock anil 

Foultr\' Bi'eeder". 
.'^mith .)ohn. cotton gin. 
.Smith J E, live stock breeder. 
Smith J O, fruit grower. 
Smith O J, fruit grower. 
Smith W C, fruit grower. 
Williams T E, poultry breeder. 

FAIRY. 

Population 100. In Hamilton county, 
10 miles from Hico, the usual banking 
and shipping point. Mail daily. 
-Vllison & Goyne, confrs. 
.Jenkins S J, general store 
Leeth & Pai-ks. general store. 
Young S W, drugs. 



F.IlI.D.V. 

A country postotTioe in Walker county, 
14V2 miles from Huntsvllle, the county 
seat, banking and shipping point. Mall 
daily. J T Jackson, postmaster. 
JACKSOK J T, I'ontuiaster. 



FAlRb.VXU. 

Poi ulation 5U. On the H. & T. C. Ry., 
in Burnet county, 10 miles from Burnet, 
tile C4>unty seat, and 6 from Marble Falls, 
the nearest banking jioint. Exp., W. F. 
t^c I'o. TeleplK^tie connection. V. Gaddj-, 
ijo.vtniaster. 

<;.\ni>V V, Genrrn! Store. 
I'cHter J R, general store. 



FAIR LIE. 

Population 350. On the St. L. S. TV. 
Ily , in Hunt county, 22 miles by rail, 
northea.st of Greenville, the county seat, 
and 7 "2 from Wnlfe City, the nearest 
lianking point. Tel.. W. U. E.xp., W. 
F. i^ i.'o. Teleiiiione connection. 
Big!;ers J H, ice, 
Bus.s.s- B S. genei-al store. 
Citizttts' Bank (unincorporated). 
Clark ,1 W, lilacksmith. 
''iM)|Hr T B, confectioner. 
I'.iirlie Round r.'.iU Gin Co, cotton gin. 
l\l:l.l,V * I)|:A\, (lenenil Store. 



FAI.CO.V. 

A rural postoltice in Zapata county, 37 
miles southeast of Zapata, the county 
seat, and 8 from Eopeno, on the Rio 
Grande river. Mail tri-weckly. 
Ramirez I & Bro, general store. 



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F.\bFl"RRI.\S. 

Population 2,000. County seat 
Brooks county, located at the terminu 
the Falfuriias branch of the S. A. cfc A. 
P. railroad. 2','!i milts southwest of Hous- 
ton, and 185 south of San Antonio. Has 
fine climate, good soil and good water. 
Productions are citrous fruits. cotton, 
corn, truck farming, live stock and 

dairying. Falfurrias is noted for havingl^Jtrayhorn Ij P, physician 
protiahly the largest dairy in the world, -Trivino Bruno nieat- 
milking 1.400 cows and producing 1,000 -i-rivPiio Francesco, gent store 
pounds of butter dailj-. This section Is Vargas Lucinda, restaurant 
onl\- .slightly dGveloi)ed and offers fmej \-jii/,j.re.il l.^inisio gr'ocei- 



Falturri;is Jersey L'airv Co ica]>ual $1.- 
000,000). Ed C Lasater pres, J .\1 San- 
ders sec. 

Falfurrias iSIanhine Shop, R S U'oodrome 
mngr. 

Falfurrias Mercantile Co (capital $14i),- 
iiOO), B T Henry lu-es, Ed C Lasater 
treas. genl store and cotton buyers. 

F AI.FlllUI \S ST ATI-: II \ \ K (lupilal 
$25,000). F;ichard G Miller i-res. Iio'..-rt 
G .Miller vice-j)res. J It Scott jr .;a-!ir. 

Falfurrias Telephone Co. R F Henry 
iSan .\ntonlo), pres. 

Flores Macerlonia, grocer. 

Garcia Lozaiio .<l Co i,Rufino Garcia. E 
Guerra). genl store. 

Garcia .Manuel, genl store. 

Garcia & Garcia, meats. 

Garza Amando, cattle breeder. 

Garza .-\poloiiio, livery. 

Garza R.amon. genl store. 

Gee Jack X. tailor. 

Gonzalez Adolfo, meats. 

Hinojosa it Perez i.Medardo Hinojosa. 
Maximo Perez), drugs. 

Hobbs George & Sons (Mrs Margaret. 
Felix and Rufus Hobbs), genl store and 
hai-dwarc. 

Holbrook H C. grocer. 

Juarez Hotel, .\nti-niio ..V\"arzagoita propr. 

Kirkland Oscar I), abstracts. 

Lasater Ed C. cattle breeder. 

Lasater Ed (," Power (^o 1 Ed C Lasater). 
water, ligiit. ice and cotton gin. 

Maldonado Miguel, grocer. 

Maupin James P, sheriff and ta.x col- 
lector. 

Maupin Joseph T. cattle breeder. 

Mendoza ttomulo, grocer. 

.Miller Bros Co (Richard G, Robert G. 
Garland P, and Lawrence D Mil'eri. 
real estate. 

Miller J B, physician. 

North John C, lawyer. 

I'ulace Hotel, Mrs -M H Atkins propr. 

Park Hotel. .\ .-V (^osby propr. 

Teopies Gin and Mnfg Co, cotton gin. 

Phillips Charles, county and district, 
clerk. 

Pierce Fordyce Oil Assn. .M G Filers mngr 

Powell N IJ. agt W .F it Co Exp. 

Ilachal Ed, cattle breeder. 

Kachal F C, tax assesor. 

Rachal F S, cattle hreed^-r. 

Itahlrnann F C. courit\' surveyor. 

Sala,gar V, genl store. 

.Saunders J R, dentist. ^ 

loan Wm W jr. postma.-ter and notioris 
tar Lumber Co 1 capital SS.oOO), P. J 
.Mclntyre sec and mi 



oi>portunities to actual homeseekers 
Here thcj- will find ^vhat the name im- 
plies, "The land of the heart's delight." 
Has Baptist, Metiiodist and Catliolic 
churches, good public schools, a bank 
weekly newspaper, The Facts, electric 
liglits, water works, ice plant :;nd 3 
ton gins. Tel. W. U. Exp., W. P. & Co. 
Telephone connections. Wm. W. Sloan 
jr., postmaster. 
.\rredondo N & Sons, grocers and print 

ers. 
.\yers Howard K, r r and tel agt. 
Barera C. fruits, 
Balderas Victoriano, baker. 
Belton W S, drugs. 
Bennett H ^1. insurance. 
Bennett it Bennett (H M and W 

physicians. 
Bilia Alberto, tailor. 
Brooks J A, count>- 

of schools. 
Castillo G. harness, 
larkson J F, lawyer, 
(dunga (3, tailor, 
ross Lick, jeweler. 
Douglity W H, cattle breeder. 
l)uraii, Trnvino it Co (C Duran, P. Trc- 

vino), genl store. 
Klliutt C W, physician. 
Facts I'ublhr-liiihg Co. 'U' T Barnhousc 

mngr. puhlrs Falfurrias F.'Lcts. 
I'^alfurrias Chamber of Commerce, ILart 

Muss,>' jr sec. 
Falfurrias Facts (weekly). Facts I'ub- 
iiing (^(1 publrs 



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judge and supt 



\illa.rreal Isidro, 

\"iUarreal L & IBrn, grocers. 

\'illarreal Ysidro, grocer. 

Warren Deira. pl:otographer. 

\\'atts .'V B. confr and stationerv. 

Wilson W .M. baker. 

Word R E, cattle breeder. 



FALLS CITV. 

Population 500. On the S. .\. & A. P. 

Ry., in Karnes county, 12 miles north- 
west of Karnes City, the county seat 

Has a bank and a weeklv newspaper. 

Tel., W, U. Exp., W., F. & Co. Telephone 

connection. 

Eherliardt .A^dolph, blacksmith. 

Falls City Lumber Co. 

FALLS CITi- X.VTIO.V.VL n.V.XK (Capital 
$25,000). John G Schultz Pres and 
Cashr. 

Falls City T'liarmacy, drugs. 

Gabrysch & Co, meats. 

Horeczy .V & Co. .Tenl store 

Howard H \t. cattle breeder. 

Lahus Frank & C", grocers. 

Xew Falls City Hotel Mrs. L P Becker 
iiropr. 

.N'ieschwietz F & Co. genl store. 

I'ollok .\, meats. 

Richardson J A, blksmith and farm im- 
plements. 

Schulz Gin it Milling Co. 

Schulz Live Stuck Co, meats. 
hulz .Mercantile (.'o, genl store. 

T.itn.an .V F. ueiil stori-. 



FORT WORTH WAREHOUSE & TRANSFER CO., Inc. 

Receivers and distributors of Genera! Merchandise. "We solicit 
consignments of all kinds and distribute to all points in Texas. 

Abiiolutely Fireproof Warehouae, Corner Daggett and Calhoun Sts., FORT .WORTH, TEXAS 



COTTONSEED PRODUCTS ANALYSES A SPECIALTY 

THE FOUT WORTH LABORATORIES ' 



204H Houston St.. 



Telephone Lamar 603 



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V XXCIIOX. 

A country ]iostofTice in S\vi?hrr county, 
12 miles nortlieasi of Tulia. the county 
seat, usual banUins and shipping point. 
E. Lorine. postmaster. 
Clark H T. phvsician. 
L.OKIXG nHO^. (ieuernl Store. 
Loring Ed. live stock breeder. 



F.WXRTT. 

Population 230. On the Gulf and Inter- 
state Ry., in -Teffersun county, 15 miles 
southwest of Beaumont, tlie county seat 
and nearest banlving- point. Telephone 
connection. 

Boyt Bros & Co. senl store. 
McCarty E A, blacksmith. 



F.WMV. 

Population 200. On the S. P. H. R. In 
Goliad county.. 10 Tnilcs ea.'^t of Goliad, 
the county seat and bapkine point. K.-cp., 
W., F. & Co. Telephone connection. JI. 
I. Boyd, postmaster. 
Bcgo C J. meats. 
BOYD M I * I. <■, ceneriil Store. 
Fasan J O. cattle breede;-. 
Goff W B & Co, Renl store. 
Hlorris R L. meats. 
Simms M C Mrs. geni store. 
Tomlinson S P, r r. exp an'! tel agt. 
Victoria Mnfp; Co. cotton gin. 
TS'ells J H, blksmith. 



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FAUC.O. 

Population 100. In AVilliarcrer county. 
10 miles northeast of Vernon, the count.v 
seat, banking and sliipi'ing point. J. S. 
Mason, postmaster. / 

Best W H. bUicksmith. 
Hays A T, druKs. 
Hoffman 10. c^)ttou .i^in. 
MASOX JKSSIC S, <;eueral Store. 



PAUMKR. 

Population 150. In Younir county. 7 
miles from Jean, its shipping point, and 
10 from Ijoving. the nearest banking' 
point. 

Casey J W & Son. dry Roods. 
Courtney G W. blksmith 
Durham G V/, drupes and phys. 
Parmer W W. Kent store. 
Keen J >I. cattle breeder. 
Prldeaux It O. cattle breeder. 

FAIIJIKIIS nlt.\.\CH. 

Population 300. On the M. K. & T. 
Ry., in Dallas county. 1:; miles north of 
Dallas, the county seat. It has a hank. 
a, school. Baptist, Methodist and Chris- 
tian churches. Cotton and iirain are ttie 
principiil shipments. lOxp.. .Am. Tel. \V, 
U. Telephojie connections. Minnie L 
Asbury, t'ostrnaster. 
Asbury C W Mrs, srocer. 
Barnes F L. pt>ultry bre*^der. 
Bird it H R Mrs, fienl store and milliner. 
Condley It L, poultry' breeder. 
Cook C A, poultry breeder. 
Denis George X, genl store and lumber 
Good John A. poultry breeder. 
Harrison G N. blacksmith. 
Jordan S T. poultry hreedei'. 
Mayberry J E. poultr>' breeder. 
Kiddle Banking Co (private! George W 

Riddle pres. J 11 Broadhurst. vice-pres. 

J R Broadhurst cashr. 
Kiley J H, poultry breeder. 
Shepherd .Jess, poultry breeder. 
Stanley C W. poultry breeder. 
Taliaferro W & Co, H AV Taliaferro mngr, 

general store. 
Taylor H, poultry breeder. 
Wheatley Iloy C. r r. tel and exp agt. 
Willbite R M, poultrv breeder. 



FAHMKHSVIM.R. 

Population IIIOU. < m the M., K. & T. 
and G. C. & S. F. P.ys . :ti CoUin countj-. 
16 miles east of McKinney. tlie county 
seat and 38 fiont Dallas. Has Baptist. 
Christian, Methodist and Presbs'tcrban 
chiirches, excellent schools, electric light. 
2 banks, 4 cotton gins, cotton oil mill, ice 
plant. Hour mill, bottling works, and 
machine shot*. .V weeklv neu s]..ai)er. The 
Times, is publislicd. T.-l.. W. U. Kxp., 



Am. and \V.. F. .>i Co. Telephone con- 
nection. F.. I>. Bivens. postmaster. 

.Alexander iV rendk-ton tR L. .Alexander. 
J A Pendletonl. grocers. 

Aycock A S J. hardware .ind implements. 

Beam & Andrews (Oeor.ire II Beam, John 
M Andrews^ drugs. 

Bivens Emerson D. shoes and postmaster. 

Brandon Wm B. baker. 

Bumpass I>em C machinist. 

Bumpass A.- ^\'illcoxson i \Vm P Bumpass 
.Tohn D Willcoxson), meats. 

B'jrt J D. physician. 

Caii'i nter .\ L, crocer. 

Carsen Lumber Co (Dallas). J O McBride 
mngr. 

Carver Bros (^Vm Y. W R and S J), cot- 
ton buyers. 

Carver Grocery Co (Wm Y and Julius C 
Carver). 

Clindinning James, restaurant. 

Coffer Bros & Rike (I F and W D Coffey. 
D F Ril.-,e\ grocers. .. .,^ 

Collier CTin Co. J H Collier mngr. 

Cox Hotel. John C Cox propr. 

Davis R A. poultry breeder. 

Evans R K. blacksmith. 

Farmers" and Merchants' Xational Bank 
(capital ?6o.000). H JI Rollins pres. J 
P Miller vice-pres. Joe Aston caslir. 

Farmersville Bottling VV'orlis, Thomas W 
Smith propr. 

Farmersville Commercial Club. J P Hud- 
dleston sec. 

•Farmersville Cotton Oil Co(capital $100,- 
000). Hugh Halsell pres. A P. Scarbor- 
ough vice pres. W -F— i'^endleton mngr. 
cottun gin and cotton oil mill. 

Farmersville Ice and Coal Co (capita! 
.'?20.000), George T Cobb pres, W F 
Pendleton vice pres. R S Rike sec and 
treas, Charles Cobb mngr. 

Farmersville Mill & Light Co (capital 
{50.000,. Henry ]< Honaker pres. John 
M Honaker vice pres. John B Honaker 
sec and mngr. 

Farmersville Times (weekly). R E Hud- 
son publr. 

First Xational Bank (capital 530,000), A 
H Xeathery pres, W S Aston vice pres, 
J L Ch<apnian cashr. 

Harless Bros (J[ C and C W), confec- 
tioners. 

Hendrix & Henslee (H L Hendrix. D K 
Ilenslee). f1r)rists and rnarble uork--. 

Hensley Bros (Bert P and Gibson), groc- 
ers. . 

Holsonbake Bros (Robert E and Rufus), 
hartlware and furniture. 

Honaker & Taylor (Melbourn Honaker, 
John Tavlor), drugs. 

Hooiier Lumber Co (Fort Worth). J E 
!!> rd mngr. 

lluddleston J p, real estate and ins. 

Iluilson R E. publr Farmersville Times. 

Jones J E. grocer. 

Ivell'T H U, srocer. 

Lacv Clvde. real estate. 

Letson Co The (T S and Mrs Sallie Let- 
son), dry goods. 

Lokey M H. livery. 

Lovell Gin Co. Joe Aston propr. 

McCain R G & Co (capital .ni.OoO), C E 
Hutson pres, R G JlcCain mngr, dry 
goods. 

Miller & McBroyer (P E Miller, A E Mc- 
Broyer). pianos. 

Neathery Bros (James W and Seymour), 
dry goods. 

Neathery Rodnev, physician. 

Xeathery & Rike (C W and P E Xeath- 

- ery, Robert S Rike), hardware and fur- 
niture. 

Peevey Dial L, jew eler. 

Pendleton J E. insurance. 

Planters' Gin Co. Fred Pendleton propr. 

Poland J 13, physician. 

Purvin & Son (Jacob and Julius L), dry 
goods. 

K.\.MSi;V AV Ij, Itenl K.stilte ninl I.nuiiN. 

Kike & Halloway (George AV Kike. John 
It Halloway) drugs 

Rogers J J. dentist. 

Ilussell E D, livery. 

Russell >t Candler (Robert L Russell. Wm 
i' (I'andleri. g.ar.iii'e. 

Russell & .Son (\V M and Sam), mule 
dealers. 

Soutliwesttrn Tel and Tel Co. V, P .\Ili-n 
mngr. 

Stark Grain Co (Piano), — Collier mngr, 
whol crrain. 



Stewart iiros ( .M \V and V Ci. grocers 

and hardware. 
Utt Cottage The. .\iina B Utt pro|ir. 
Wagner George W. general store iR D). 
Williams James, physician. 
Williams .»;• Wilcoxson (folk Williams. 

Lonnie C AVilcoxson J . book store. 



FAnil.Vlt. 

Population 75. On t!ie H. i>i T. C. Ry.. 
in Limestone county. 1 ;' miles from 
("iroesheok. the county seat and 6 from 
Personville. the nearest banking point. 
Tel.. W. v.: Exp.. W. F. & Co. John 
Bishop, iiostmaster. 
.\den J C. piiysiclan. 

Bishop G C, i-eal estate and surve^■or. 
IllSHOr .I(HI\, .\otioiiK niid Stntlouery. 
Jackson A\' C. ri-al estate. 
Kennedy Fritz, confectioner. 
Knepple J C, blacksmith. 
Liles J M. general store. 
-Mills T B. cotton gin. 
Simons P C, r r, exp and tel agt. 
Williams W T. general store. 

F.VIlltSVIM.K. 

Population 50. In Xewton county, 11 
miles from Xewton, ttie county seat and 
Ijanking point, .and 12 fi-oin Jasper, the 
usual sliiiiping point. J. M. AS'estbrook, 
postmaster. 

Glenn S P &■ Co, general store. 
I'owell J T. general store. 
Ito.gers t'v: Son. general stori-. 
WK'.STIIllOOIv J n, (Ceneriil Store. 
Westbrook \V J ^: Son. general store. 



FARUEl.L,. 

Population SOO. On the P. V. and N. E. 
Ry., in Parmer county, of wtiieli it is the 
judicial seat, '^') miles stiutiiwest of Ama- 
riUo. Its railroad station, express and 
telegrapti offices iire at Texioo. N. M., one- 
half mile distant. Has a bank anii a 
weekly newspaper. Teleidione coriritc- 
tlon. 

Ijonelson E L, dry goods. 
Dowers A L. automobiles. 
Drake John, grocer. 

Fears B F. i>uldr State Line Tribune. 
Xobles B E .<• Sons, grocers. 
State Line Trii>une (weekly), B F Fe-ars 

publr. 
TK.X AS ST.VTIC HANK (Cnpitnl IHIO.OOO), 

M Boyle I'res. J It Stcgall (.'a.-hr. 
Walling J L. coal. 



FATE. 

Population 330. On the M.. K. .t T. Ry.. 
in Rockwall county. 4'!. miles northe.ast 
of Rockwall, the count\' seat Has a 
bank. Tel., W. U. : lOxp.. Am.. Telephone 
connection. 
Cox C L, blacksmith. 
Crowell 1> W, confectionery. 
Crowell G A, groetr 
I'armevs' Gin and Cotton Co. 
Fate Gin Co. 
I'irst State Bank (capital $10,000;, B E 

K^■vs pres, 1^ C Mui-pliv cashr. 
Kawks H H. groc.r. 
Keys Bros, cirugs. 
I.OWItV it VEKXOX, I>rj- GouUs nnd 

Grocers. 
Mason K X. canfectinner\' 
-Myre J H. general store. 
Price A P. grain, 
.■lawyer Drew, general store. 
Waller W B. dry goons and clothing. 
Zollner Matt, cattle breeder. 

FAVFTTF.VIIXE. 

Population 350. On the M.. K. & T. Ry . 
in Fayette ccuntj'. 14 miles from La 
Grange, the county seat. Has Catholic 
and Lutheran chtirches, a bank and a 
newspaper. Tel., W. C; Exp., Am. Wm. 
llotmaun. postmaster. 
.\lbert H. grocer. 
.Albert Kicliard. blacksmitli. 
Halloa A. r r. exp anl tel agt. 
Bank of Fayetteville. 
Blinka Charles, meats. 
Chalup.a E. cotton gin. 
I'ayetteviUe I''act Th.-, Stierling i- Cmaj- 

dalka piiblrs. 
Girard Frank, restaurant. 
Girndt .\ W, grocer. 
Heinsohn .A. liardwjtre and lumber. 



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Meilitschtll Otto, livprv. 
IIOTH V\> \V>I, ruMtmuxttrr. 

Kfiierka C J. druss. 

Kiiiiiicek C .r. ^ruoei , 

Kiietfok K J, hardware and furniture. 

Kruetit^r .\. Kerteral store. 

Kriise Frank, general yiore. 

Kubala F A, srecer. 

Kubona J It. .i^eneral Ftore. 

Kurtz W'ni. furn. liardware and paints. 

Mazel Frank, cotton pin. 

Muesse M -A. blacksmith. 

Piwetz F J. fjrocer. 

Sarrazin K S: livo, ^enl store and drugs. 

Schramm C J, druers. 

Si>acek R B. millinery. 

Ste\'es H C, furniture and hardware. 

Stierliner & Cmajdalka, printers. 

Tchiedei J C Keneral store. 

A'nlcav Blaha, tailor. 

Vetter Otto A, harness. 

Walla Frank, cotton ein. 

ZoU Georae & Co. blksmlths. 



FEHLIS. 

.\ discontinued postoffioe in Kinney 
county, 10 miles from BrackettsviUe. the 
county seat and nearest baiiklni^ point, 
and 9 from Spofford, its shipping point. 
Send mail to Spofford. 



FEXTRESS. 

Population 300, In Caldwell count.v, 12 
miles southwest of Lockhart. the county 
seat and 10 from Luling-. the nearest 
banking: and shippinpr point. ITas Meth- 
odist and Presbyterian churches. Tele- 
phone connection Miss A L. Sullivan, 
po.^tmaster. 

Cowley & Gillis, blksmlths. 
Fentress Mercantile Co, general store. 
Fentress Mill &. Gin Co. 
Fentress Telephone Co. 
Harris R P, general stone. 
.Johnson A A, drucrs. 

ROBERTS & M.VNSING CWm E Rohcrtn, 
Ira Li Manning). Breeder.s of and Deal- 
ers in "IMebane Triumph Cotton Seed." 
Sl"I,l,IV-\X .\\\ I; PoMtmasler. 
Waller E P & Son. general store. 
Ward "SV F, confectioner. 
\^'ilson W A, general store. 
Woodward C C, meats. 



FERRIS. 

Population 1800. On the H. & T. C. 

Ry. in Ellis county, 16 miles northeast 

of \A'axahaclHe. the county seat, and is 

.'iouth of P-allas. There are 7 churches of 

the Baptist, Christian. Methodist and 

l-Tesbj terian denominations, 3 banks, 6 

brick plant.-;, broom factory and 3 cotton 

gins. A weekl\' newspaper. The Ferris 

Wheel, is published. Tel.. W. U. E.tp,, 

W. F. & Co. Telephone connection. L.. 

IToiikins. postmaster. 

AldridKe \V H. physician. 

Atlas Press Brick Works, G F Merz- 
bachei- pres, G N W'estbrook vice-pre.s, 
Charles Morzbacher sec anrl treas. 

Baxter Bros (John F and Joseph W), 
grocers. 

Breedlove Rial E, bic.vcles and harness. 

Carnes J H. r r, tel and exp agt. 

Carpenter Marcellus A, general store. 

Coleman & Chinn (Earl Coleman, Walter 
C Chinn), tailors. 

Co.K A E. real estate. 

Cox A K Lumber Co. Lofton B Cox mngr. 

Cox & Malloy (Frederick M Cox, Edward 
C Mallo.\), -drugs. 

Diamond Press Brick Co (capital $30,000), 
T G Cole pros, J M E^'achelor vtce-pres, 
J A Cari>enter. sec and treas. 

Duff J T <t Son I John T and Wilma), 
meats and live stock. 

Ezzell Frank, publr Ferris "U'heel. 

Farmers' &. Merchants' State Bank 
(capital 532,000), C E Pratt pres, J S 
Wilson vice-pres, C A Weatherford 
cashr. 

Farrar Jesse H, tailor. 

Ferris Connaercial Club, .V M .Smith sec 

Ferris F.'irmers' Union Gin Co (capital 
$16,600), H W Hamm pres. W M Erwin 
vice-pres, \A'arren Cobb sec and treas. 

Ferris Gin & Cotton Co. 'Irinity Cotton 
Oil Co. proprs. 

Ferris Hardware ii. Furniture Co (cap- 
ital $10,000), Van Johnson pres, W R 
McCord vice-pres, E P Birk sec and 
treas. 



Ferris Mercantile Co (capital ?20.000). J 
T Wester pres, J T Batchler sec and 
treas. 

Ferris National Bank (capital $65,000). 
J A Carpenter pres, T G Cole vice-pres, 
D H Moyers cashr. 

Ferris Opera House, Mrs L. E Cassidy 
propr. 

FERRIS PRESS BRICK CO (CapltsI »20,- 
000), G C Cole Pres and Mngr, L Hop- 
kins Vice-Pres. J A Carpenter Sec and 
Treas. Brick Manufacturers. 

Ferris Wheel (weekly), Frank Ezzell 
publr. 

FIDELITY AND DEPOSIT CO OP MARY- 
LAND, W M Malloy agt. 

Fleldes O O, restaurant. 

Fulton Wm W. grocer and notions. 

(iLOIIE PRESS IIRICK CO (Capital 
J85,000). T J Weatherford Pres. R I, 
Green Vice-Pres. J V Mutz Sec and 
Treas, J O .-\tkins Mngr. Brick Mnfrs, 

Gris.'^ett & Jordon, blacksmiths. 

Hamilton Plummer H. confectioner. 

Harris Bros (Corrie and Harvey), 
grocers. 

House R E. physician. 

James & Weatherford (Charles T James, 
Charles E Weatherford), grocers. 

Johnson L D, law\'er. 

Jolesch I Co (capital $20,000), I Jolesch 
pres. E Raphael vice-pres, E P Birk 
sec and treas. treneral store, 

Jones Co (Benjamin and Daniel Jones), 
restaurant ami bakers. 

King Hotel. O E Dabhs propr. 

King & Kooken (Wm King. C E Kooken), 
grocers. 

Lone Star Press Brick Co (capital 
$24,000). W J Green iires. J S Wilson 
vice-pres. J -V Carpenter sec and treas. 

Lowrance R L. dentist. 

McGregor Bartlett M. jeweler. 

■McKay Robert C. dry goods and clothing. 

Mallory li C. physician. 

.M.illoy Lumber Co, A A Malloy mngr. 

.Martin J H. grocer. 

Mutz & Cassidy, John V Mutz mngr. 
cotton gin. 

Orr Hardware Co (capital $10,000) J H 
Orr pres, W T Orr vice-pres. E T Cole 
sec and treas. hardware, furn and un- 
dertakers. 

Pitts & Smith (W D Pitts, J A Smith), 
real estate, 
'orter & Fulton (Jacob Porter, Wm Ful- 
ton), broom mnfrs. 

Pratt & McCord ijohn E Pratt, Wm R 
McCord). general store. 

Stovall P B & Bro (P B and John T). 
grocers and shoes. 

TE,\ AS IMIESS llFllrK CO (Cnpitiil 
$.50,01)0). J C .Malloy Pres. C W Gobie 
Vice-Pres, A Y W'ilcher Sec and Treas, 
S .A, Malloy Genl Mngr, Brick Mnfrs. 

Wade & Coe (George Wa.le. Charles Coe). 
livery. 

Will.s i;ro-5 (Wm .A and John F), drugs. 

Wills John F, physician. 

Wilson J .^, i>h\'sician. 

Wilson Matt B. livestock. 

Wilson & Duff (James S Wilson, Waller 
D Duff), drugs. 



FIFE. 

Population 200 In .McCuUoch county, 
miles from Brady, the county seat, 
lianklng and shipping point. Telephone 
connection. Berntce D. Finlay, postmas- 
ter. 

Crldes Samuel, blacksmith. 
FINLVV UEUNICE D, I'ontmaxf er. 
Finlay R K, cotton gin, 
Finlay K K & Sons, general store. 
Long .A M, general store. 



FISCHER STORE. 

Population 75. In Comal county. 30 
miles north of New Braunfels. the county 
eat. and 24 from San Marcos, the nearest 
bankln.g and shipping point. St.ige daily 
to Blanco and San Marcos, fare SI and 
$1.50 respectively. Telephone connec- 
tion. H Fischer, postmaster. 
FISCHER HERMANN, (icneral Storp, 

Cotton Buyer and Gin. produce and 

Pecans. 
Schlamens & Fischer, blacksmiths. 

FISK. 

Population 35, In Coleman county, 13 
miles from Colernan. the count>' seal, 
banking and shipping point Telephone 
connection. Martha J. Terry, postmaster 

Lemay • . blacksmith. 

McKee F M, grocer. 

Planters Gin Co. cotton gin, 

TERRY W II A; SON. Cenrral Store. 



FETZER. 

Population 150, On the I, & G. X. Ry 
in Waller county. 22 rniles northeast of 
Hempstead, the county seat, and 21 Vi 
from Navasota, Its banking point. Tel.. 
W. U ; Exp., W. V. & Co. Telephone con- 
nection. F. C. Gibson, [)Ostmaster, 
Fetzer Lumber Co, lumber mnfrs and 

general store, 
Gayle W J, r r, tel and exp agt. 
(JIIISON F C, PoNtmastcr. 



FIELD CREEK. 

Population 100. In Llano county, 22 
miles from Llano, the county seat, bank 
ing and shipping point. Telephone con- 
nection. W. L. Moore, postmaster. 
Haumann K H. livestock, 
I'alley W H. meats. 
Gray G W. catUe breeder. 
I.angp C D, livestock. 
.McLeod .lohn jr. cotton buyer. 
.McLeod W H. cotton gin 
>IOORE \\' I., <ieil«Tnl More. 
I'nderwood E T. blacksmith. 



FINIS. 

A country postofflce In Jack county. 14 
miles southeast of Graham, the nearest 
banking and shipping point Mail daily 
.\nderson .\ C. cotton gin. 
Jaynes J W, blacksmith. 
Mauldin & Son, genl store. 



FINLAY. 

.\ rural postotfice on the G H. .t S. A. 
Ry.. in El Paso county. TO miles southeast 
of El Paso, the county' seat and nearest 
bank location. Mail daily. 
Norsworthy George W. grocer 



FIT/.Hl GH. 

.\ country postoflico in Hays county, 
20 miles west of Austin, its iisu.il bank- 
ing and shipping point. Mail trl-weekiy. 
Roach -A. W, general store. 



FLA-X AC. AN. 

Poi.ulation 200. On tlie G. C & S. F. 
Ry.. in Rusk county, 27 miles fr^vru Hen- 
derson, the county seat, and 11 from 
Longvlew, the nearest banking poin^ 
E.xr.,, \\', F. & Co. Telei>hoi'.e connection. 
.1, L. Hayman. postmaster. 
Bowon W B, agt W F & Co exp. 
Flanagan C R. planter. 
HAl IH.V J L. I'oxliiiaster. 
Sabine River Lumber i: Logging Co. 



FL.VT. 

I'opulation 100, In Coryell county, 12 
nlles from Gatesville. the cour.;v seat ^rid 
banking point, and 4 from Lion Junction, 
the nearest shipping (.oini. Tf.lephone 
connection with Gatesville. P. E, Sliort, 
postmaster. 

Bi'own G J>. general store. 
Carroll D, general store. 
Gough M M. dru;,'s, 
Johnson R. F, cotton gin, 
SHORT 1* E, GeoiTiil Storr. 

FL.VTONTA. 

Population l.OOO. cm tne S. P. and the 
S. A. .t A. P. Rys.. in Fax ettc county. 24 
miles south of La Grange, the county 
seat, and 120 west of Houston. Has Saji- 
tist. Catholic and Methodist churches, 
electric light, water works, 2 hanks, 
wholesale groceiy Imiise, 2 cotton gin^. 
cotton oil mill, creamers', a cistern and 
tank factory, etc. .V weekly newsiiapor. 
The .\rgus, is publislied. Tel,. W. C; 
Exp.. W. F & Co Telephone connection. 
.V. M. Gos<;h. postmaster. 
Arnim & Lane (Edward A Arnim. Jona- 
than Lane), general store and hdware. 
Berger Kd, grocer. 
I'.ludworth H P. livestock. 



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Broun A J, blacktiniih. 

Brunnemann AuKust. drusrs. 

Burns H Fred, agt S V Ry. 

Burns & Co (Charles \V Burns- 1. whol 
produce. 

CaijHeU Moses, photographer. 

Central Hotel, Carrie Siiell jiropr. 

Chalk J D, blacksmith. 

Cimrhanzl Jacob r, grocer. 

Cockrill E E, lives-toe!;. 

CockriU & M,?nsins (Wrn Cockrill, August 
Mensins). livery. 

Cook Lee O, clothes cleaner. 

Cowdin Grocery Co (capital S'-S.i'OO). Ed 
G Cowdin pres and mngr, Joseph M 
Cadwell -sec and treas. wliol .irrocers. 

Dawson Wni T, nin^r Sullivan Hotel. 

Deoherd & Fernau (Earl Declierd, Mag- 
nus Fernauj, garase. 

Dusek & Bittner (Frank W" Dusek, Frank 
J Bittneri, general store. 

EIDKLR.VCK Gl'S Si, ^Infr <>f "All Hear!" 
Cypress Cisterns and Oil T.iuks. (Sec 
back cover and belov.-.) 

Fernau Magnus, furn and mulertaker. 

First National Bank (capital $.50,00(1). Ed 
A Arnim pres, J M Harrison and John 
\ Kerr vice pres, Wni Willefoni cashr. 

Flatonia Argus (weekly), Henr\ Hurt 
publr. 

Flatonia Automobile Co (capital $."i.O0O), 
Edward A .\rnim ]ires, F'rank \^' Uusek 
vice-pres. Henry Hurr sec, diaries i* 
Johnson treas. 

l-'I,.*TO:<l V n.VMv (State Bniik \<) -(411 
(Capital $15,000, Surplus .ST.ooOi. John 
A Kerr Pres, Magnus Fernau A'iOc'-l'res, 
Charles V Johnson Cashr, Lorena A 
John.son Asst Cashr. 

Flatonia Creamery Co. Alvin 4.*t Houston 
Creanii'ry Co proprs. Robert Bo>' nuigr. 

Flatonia Lumber Co (cai)ital $10,000). 
Edwarl .-V .\rnim pres, ^lai^uus I'^ernau 
vice-pres. Henry Miller sec. \\ ni W'ille- 
ford treas. Anton W Albrecht ningr, 

Flatonia Oil Mill, John Kolar's Sons 
proprs. 

Flint E S & Co (Galveston >. R .\ Wheel- 
er agt, cotton e.\porters. 



Francke Otto. 1... tiler. 

Gosch Alfred M, postmaster. 

Gulf Refining Co, E C Declierd agt 

Happy Hour Tiieatre, Ed Berger mngr, 

Harrison Henry W, dry goods. 

Harrison J M & Sou (John M and Charles 

P), general store. 
Harrison Wrn P, confectioner, 
Hinton Rotaet E, grocer, 
ilodanek Lad A, meats. 
Hoetner Gotthold \V, harness. 
Hurr Jlenry, publr Flatonia Argus. 
JOHNSON' CH.VHLi;S P, Jlii«r Johunon 

insurance Agency and Cashr Flatonia 

Bank. 
JOHNSON I.VSl'Il.VNCB AGE-N'CY. C P 

Johnson Mngr, Insurance and Keal 

Estate. 
Johnson Robert A, physician. 
Kotzebue A Meinhard, physician. 
Kotzebue & Nesrsta (.August G Kotzebue, 

Roy Nesrsta), drugs. 
Kristek i- Kolar (.A J Kristek, Joe 

Kolar), cotton gins. 
Lauterstein Israel, dry goods. 
Liebe Ludwig, grocer, 
[..yons Lonnie X, agt S A & X P Ry. 

.McClallahan , horse trainer. 

McKay Donald, physician and mayor. 

Meuefee George Q, lumber. 

.Meyer Martin V, agt "\V F & Co exp. 

.Miller Ed, express. 

.Miller Rudolph, grocer, 

.Miller Wm, confectioner, 

Morgan Wm, real estate. 

.Mueller "\Vm F, furniture and undertaker. 

-Vachliiiger & Walla (Jolin Nachlinger, 

Roljert J Walla), .grocers. 
Nesrsta Ch.arles E. lawyer. 
N'esrsta Felix F, notions. 
Xesrsta's Band. C E Nesrsta leader. 
(Jfltjen John, confectioner. 
I^earson Carl A. ice mnfr, water works 

and electric lights. 
Pierce Fordyce Oil Assn. Ed Miller agt. 
Polasek -\nton, blacksmith. 
Ragsdale Edward .M, general store, 
^edlmeyer John J, mngr W U Tel Co. 
.Simmons G C & Co (George C and Mrs 

L M Simmons), proguce aiid grocers. 



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Southwestern Tel & Tel Co. Lomie Sulli- 
van mngr. 

Spacok Mary, restaurant. 

Stein Wm, hardware and plumber. 

Slf.LIVAN' IIOTF.L, W H Siillivnn I'ropr, 
W T Dawson .Mngr, First Class Service. 
Only Commercial Hotel in Flatonia. 
Auto Service in Conm'ction. 

Sullivan Lomie, mngr Southwestern Tel 
& Tel Co. 

Sullivan V.'esley K, cotton buyer. 

Svasta Frank, tailor. 

Texas Co The, F M Worley agt, oils. 

Q'hulmeyer Henry R, jew.ler and optician. 

Tutwilcr Henry A, jiliysician. 

Wheeler Leslie -\, ijentist. 

^V'oolJmansee Lillian R. milliner. 

Worley Frank M. tinner. 

Wotipka Frank F, l>rewer's agt. 



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the county seat, and .S from Burton, its 
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Population 4T>n. On tlie St. L. S. W. Ky.. 
in Smith covint\', 12 miles from TjMtT, the 
countj" seat. Has a bank and a weekly 
newspaper. Tel . W. U. ; Kxp.. \V. F. & Co. 
Telephone connection. K. F. Spivej', jtost- 
master. 

Armstron;:-: S S. cotton weig'her. 
Armstrong >t Flynt. general store. 
Baker "U' X. ,i::rocer. 
Biscoe J K. dru.srs. 
Blackwell & Williams, lumber. 
Elake N. .aenerai stiire. 
Booth H .T. hotel. 
Booth &- Hilton, tailors. 
Colvin T L, livery. 
Craft R I., seneial i^tore. 
lienmaii T\' .\. restaurant. 
Po.ss J M. physician. 
Flint Commercial Club. 
Flint Gin Co. 
Flint Guaranty State Bank (capital 

$10,000). 
Flint Mercantile Co. general store. 
Flint Weekly Record, D F Hamilton 

publr. 
Flynt A M. blacksmith. 
Haider G B, r r. o.tp and tel agt. 
Hinds ^'c McCrar\\ :?*;neral store. 
SI'IVEV K, F, r<.j<tniuMter. 
"\A'alburn G L. real estate. 
Walker W G M. pliysician. 
Williams & Martin, tfeneral store. 

FI-O. 

Population 60. In Leon county, 12 14 
miles from Cenlerville. the county seat, 
and 9 from Buffalo, the nearest banking 
and shipping point. Telephone connec- 
tion. D J .\ttawa\', postmaster. 
ATTAAV.W I) .r. (;riirrill Siiture. 
Pate S. livestock breeder, 
llains A W, general store. 
Taylor W F, iihysician. 
Yarborough G \y, grist mill. 



FLOMOT. 

A country postoflice in Motlev county, 
231,2 miles northwest of Matador, the 
county seat and nearest banl-ring point, 
and 30 from Floydada. the nearest rail 
approach. ^lail tri-weekly. A. P. Jet- 
ton, postmaster. 
Crowell Leonard, sreneral store. 
P^nglish Robert, blacksmith. 
Stalcuij II A. cotton gin. 
Stalp H E, drugs and fihys. 
Tcaver W J & Son. general store. 



FI-ORKXCE. 

Population TOO. On the B. W. Ry. and 
on the Salado river, a water power 
stieam, in Williamson county, 18 miles 
fiom Georgetown, the county seat. Has 
BaiUist, Chri.=itian and Methodist 
churches, a bank and a. weekly news- 
riaper. Teleplittne connection. 
Atkinson J Frank, drugs. 
Banshman G L, m.eats and creamery. 
r>icken J Vi. blacksmith. 
Florence Furniture <;o, 
Florence Gin Co. 

Florence Mercantile Co, general store. 
Florence State Bank ■(cai>ital $20,000). J 

A Brewster i)res. P .\ \\'ales cashr. 
Florence Viiletie. \V W Gardner publr. 
Gardner "W W, printer. 
Howell ^ .^niart. .grocers. 
La.vt)e W It H, blacksmith. 
I.,inds<'\- Charle.-^. restaurant. 
Love ■«' C, lianlware and grocer. 



Potts D. grocer, 
Ray Ballardo. genera! store. 
Sanderson, Taylor *"'o, general store. 
Store\- Bros, general store. 
Watkins L M, confectioner. 



Fi,<>iii:.«vii,i,i:. 

Population l.SOO. On the S. .V. & A. P. 
Hy., and on the San Antonio river, 30 
miles southeast of San Antonio, in Wil- 
son county, of which it is the <-ounty seat. 
It has a cotton oil mill. 3 gins, ice fac- 
tor^' and w.ater works. 2 banks, a semi- 
weekly newspaper. The Chronicle-Jour- 
nal; has Catholic, Methodist and Baptist 
churches. The princii-al sliltmients are 
cotton and farni products, Tel.. W. U.: 
lOxp., W. F. & Co. Teleplttjne connections. 
S. D. Scale, postmaster. 

.\nAMS X .1 & CO (\nfh.-iu J .Vilnius. H 
Blaine .fordan), I'roprs p'loresville Gar- 
age 1^ Machine Repair Co. 
Agee .T K. iioultry breeder. 
Alamo Lumber Co (San Antonio), S V 

Houston rnngr. 
Bailey Wm C, mngr Southwestern Tel ■& 

Tel Co. 
Blake John V, physician. 
Brown George C, well driller. 
Burkholder J L, livestock. 
Canfield J F.d, lawyer. 
ChappfU Wilev .M, harness. 
City National Bank (capital $50,000), W 
R Wiseman pres, Carrol S Teas vice- 
pres, Robert A Wiseman cashr. 
Coughran ^\' A, cattle breeder. 
Craighead & Bros (\^'m C and James P). 

livery. 
Creamery Dairy Co (San Antonio), Ed 

Haddox rnngr. 
Cunningham May. milliner. 
Cunningham «S: Wilson (K F Cunning- 
ham, Pat H Wilson), oil operators, 
de la Zerda .\ L .>;• Bio ( .Mfred L and 

Guillermo R), men's furnishings. 
Dewees J l^. cattle breeder. 
Dibrell Josepli B jr, real fstate. 
Dick Isaac, general store. 
I>onaho Frank, livestock, 
Easterllng .VUeii C. confectioner. 
Elkouri Elias. general store 
Escheriburg Robert L, hUware and grocer. 
Ezzell A Jake, cement sidewalks. 
Kzzell Ora I., county treas. 
Farmers' Union Co-operative Assn (cap- 
ital $l'.i.UO0). Richard A Houck pres. 
J J Hester vice-pres, Paul H Metzger 
sec-treas and mn.gr, general store. 
FIHST X.VTIO-V\I, ll.V.Mv (Cnpltll) 
$50,000, Suriilus $40,000), S V Houston 
Pres, H S Tom Vice-Pres. Janus H 
Brown Cashr, Ed Franklin Asst Cashr. 
Florcs Ignacio D, drugs. 
Flores J N ..<: Bro (.iuan X and Mariano). 

general store, liardware and <^lrugs. 
Floresville Clironicle ,Journal isemi- 

we(^I»ly), Sam Fore jr publr. 
Fl-OHijKVii.i.K (;aiia<;e & tlAf ihne 

Hi;P.\IR f«>, .\ .1 Ailuni.s it Co I'ropr.N, 

Automobile Garag--. General T^iachin- 
Ists and Steam Vulcanizing. 

Floresville Hotel, Mrs J H Erb projir. 

Floresville Ice A: Power Co (capital 
$18,000), I'ale Hicks [ires, Levi B Wise- 
man vice-pres, Herbert B Harmon sec- 
treas and mngr. 

Floresville Mi-rcantile Co (capital 
$20,000), Walter O Stephenson ]ires. 
Reeves L Herrington vice-pres and 
mngr, Thomas C McDaniel sec and 
treas, general store. 

FLOuEsvii,i,r; on- .t jivfg co (Cnpum 

$50,001)), Wm O Murray Pres. Jolin 
Griffith Vice-Pres, S V Houston Sec and 
Treas, Wm A Scott Mngr, Cotton and 
Cotton Seed Products. 

Floresville Opera House, Ezi^ell & Martin 
mngrs. 

Floresville Rural Tel Co (capital $6,000). 
John W Wood pres and mngr. R .\ 
Wiseman sec and treas. 

Floresville Water Works (municipal), 
Herman Knuth supt. 

Fore Sarn jr, i>uhlr Floresville Chronicle- 
Journal. 

Franklin Hardware Co (Sims K and ,lesse 
J Franklin, Gordon Uiileout). 

Franklin James B, notions. 

Graham Harry T, r r and exp agt. 

Gi-irlith John, cotton buyer. 



Grithtli Joiin Co (ca|)ital J'n/ 1.. John 

Grilhth pres. Wm J Sohroeder vic-;- 
pres, Remsen L Stevenso". sec and 
treas, Wm H Mitchell mnf-r general 
store and hardware. 

Griffith Lumber Co (San AntO'.ioi. .i A 
Griltith mngr 

Grillith & Lewis (John GrifRlh. Ernest H 
Lewis), furniture and undertakers. 

Hariier John G, tailor. 

Hcrro Mike, general store. 

Houston Joseph C. ice and V-re^^ver's a^t. 

Hughes Jlisses (Elna and Anna), millin- 
ers. 

Hyde Oliver P, beekeepers' sv.;'ri:e = 

Ir^ein Otho E, count\- tax cijl'.ecv-r 

Jolinson S E & Co (Stephen S and Ellie 
"V Johnson), general store. 

JoUey Joseiih F, mngr W U "•:', Co. 

King James A, lawyer. 

Ivlasek John, bottler. 

Klein i*c Son (Henry P and Kerry F jr>, 
meats. 

Knuth Herman, blacksmith. 

La\\'l'ioii I.,uther A, counti' attc-rr-e:-". 

McCoy W A, poultry breeder. 

McCracken Oscar ^V. lawj'er. 

McDaniel Joe C, notions. 

JIcDaniel John, county elk ar.d recorder. 

McDaniel John H. real estate. 

-Manning Joseph .■\. jeweler ar.J C'r-iician. 

Maves Elmo I>, countv judg>-. 

.Mendlovitz John & Co (John t-.r.a i.;..-orge 
Jleiidlovitz), dry goods. 

Miculka Emil, iihotogiapher, 

->III.Li;il IIori'.L, r.il inilor Proj.r. antes 
$2 I'er Day. Fne Sample fCv.:.^'-;-, '.'•/ni- 
mercial Trade (!)nly. Xo BoKrders 

Jlills ,\lex. dray line. 

Monkhouse G .\. cattle hreedtr. 

Moore Charles J, ijiil post.-r 

.Mooi'e Fied W, automobiles. 

.Munay .\ ^V & Co ( Wm O a:.d A.-i B 
Murray), furniture and undertakers. 

Myers Hans M, cattle breeder. , 

Mvers AVm E, meats. 

-N'ichols John T. meats. 

Oxford Jerry W, i>hysician. 

Paulus, Fore iVi Paulus (Autustu? D 
Paulus, Elake D Fore, James E Paalus). 
drugs. 

Pickett Jennie B Mrs, nursery ar,d fruit 



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ton agt. 
Ramon Serafin. cabinet maker 
Itequinte Cedelo. blacksmith. 
Rliode Co (Welib, Douglas and V.'m 

Ittiode), dry goods. 
Rodriguez Antonio A, ger.l s"ore. 
Scott Wm. A, mngr Floresville C'll & IL.fiJ 

Co. 
Seale Samuel D, postmaster. 
Seeger Gin Co (Wm Seeger. ■\'>" P. T\-i~e- 

man), cotton gin. 
Sellers M H. gardener. 
Sliedden Elwin P.. dentist. 
Skarke Fritz A. iiaker. 
Southwestern Tel & Tel Co. W C Bailey 

mngr. 
S|/arks J Edgar, physician. 
Springer J Gordon, physician, 
Stevens J J jr, cattle breeder (R F I' 3). 
Stevens & Lopez (Pliillp .Sieven.', Cecelia 

Lopez), confrs and music. 
Stevenson Cliarles B, county assessor. 
Sulli\an Wm T. county surveyor. 
.Swift J Ed, county suiit of schools. 
Teltschik Frank, restaurant. 
Thonipsv)n I'mbio 11, livery. 
Thornton Lucy Mrs. poultry breeder. 
Tom. Houston »<. Tom, cattle oreeders. 
Treon J B. pliysician. 
Varnum J A i>v: Sun, blaeksmit'is 
W O ^\' Band, Dr K It Sli.dd-n P-„(";er. 
Warren John H, hardware and grocer. 
WILSON COl.NTV .VII ST II ACT CO Cap- 
ital $.^.000). Oscar .\. ."McCiackei, P:e.i, 

Levi B Wiseman Sec-Tr.-as and .Mngr. 
WISF.VI.V.N IIIIOS (W Hcngnn null Letl 

R 1, Lawyers. 
Wisem.di J Erck, district clerk 
Wiseman <fc Houston (Robert .A. Wiseman. 

Russell Houston), lire ins 
Wood John W. general store and r.-.ngr 

Floresville Rural Tel Co 
Wriglu Wm \V, shcrifi'. 
X'inients Jose J. grocer. 




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Population 35. In Aiiilieus county, 17 
miles northeast of Ainlrews. ttie county 
sent and nearnst baiiKinir point, anrt 50 
front Micllan.l, the nearest .shippinf-' iioiiit 
Telephone c»>nnection Mrs. Carrii^ iC, 
Florey, postmaster. 
Florey A J. Reneral store. 
FLOllEY CAKHIK R >ms, Stntloiierr. 



FI.OIR BI,l TF. 

A discontinued pos:oflice in Nueces 
county. Send mail to Brighton. 

Fl.oivr:i.i,.\. 

Population 60. In Lirooks county. 5 
miles from Falturiias. the count.\ seat, 
banking and shipping point. R. M. Cala- 
han, postmaster. 
CALAIIAN H <K SO\S. Hotel iiiiil neiierni 

Store. 

FI.OX. 

A country pottoffice in Walki-r county, 
IS'/i miles west of Huntsville. the county 
seat, and 9 from Bodias, tlic 'leare.st 
banking and shipping: point. .John Voung, 
postmaster. 



FI.OYU. 

Population 350. On the M., K. & T. 
Ry.. in Hunt county, 8 miles from Green- 
ville, the county seat. Has Baptist, Ciris- 
tian and MethoJist churches and a hank. 
Tel., Vf. v.; Exp.. Am. TeUuhono con- 
nection. W. C. Moore, i>ostmasler. 
Creswell A I, drugs. 
Ellis Bros, blacksmiths. 
Floyd Lumber Co. 
John I) B, grocer. 
.Tohnston W K, restr and meats. 
MOOUK W C, PoKtiiiOMltT. 
Peeters W H. r r, exp and tel agt. 
I'KOI'I.K'S .STATK HANK (rnpltnl 

$10,000), S A Smith Pres. li M Matthews 

Cashr. 
Rhyne A M & Co, general store. 
Smith Bros, genera! store. 
Reiff R S. physician. 
Smith Ury Goods Co. 
Terry W A, poultry breeder. 

FI.OVU-VD.V. 

Population 1,000. Elevation about 3.600 
feet. County seat of Flo\'d county. Lo- 
cated on the I'lainview branch of tlie A. 
T. & S. F. Ry., 1'6 miles southeast of 
I'lainview and 110 soutiieiist of Amarillo. 
Has Methodist, Baiitist. Presbyterian and 
Christian churches. j<ood scliools. 2 banks, 
a. weekly newspa[ier. The Hespei'ian; 
wholesale grocery house and a grain ele- 
vator. Ships broom corn, \vheat, cotton, 
oats, kaffir, cattle, bogs, dairy products 
and produce. Tel., W. U. ; lOxp., W. F. ^: 
Co. Telephone connection. ,J. D. Starks, 
postmaster. 

AUman D C. horse breeder. 
.■\ndrews Robert C. pii.\'sician. 
Andrews Varne. iihysician. 
Baker R H, real estate. 

Barkemeyer Grain Co ( .\ E Barkemeyer). 
Bartley .1 B, county attorney. 
Bowers .\ C, dry goods. 
Bruner Roy K. cattle breeder. 
Childeis R A, physician 
City Hotel. J A Callaliam ijropr. 
Clark W B. count\' and liistriot clerk. 
Commercial Hotel, \V 1' liaily propr. 
Dawson J T J, r r, -.vp and tel agt. 
Duncan .Arthur B, count.v judge. 
I)uncan S E, grocer. 
Edwards-Hogan Co, H S Haines mngr, 

tailors. 
Edwards T H, horse breeder. 
Farris John N, cattle. 
Farvver George L hreedei- 
FIKST \ATIO\ \1. ItWK (Cnpltu) 

$50,000), Jno N Farris I'res, E C Nelson 

Cashr. 
First State Bank (capital $.10,000). L >I 

Newell pres. .lames K Green cashr. 
Floyd County Fair Assn. 
Floyd County Hesperian, Hesperian Pub- 
lishing Co t)Ublrs. 
Floydada Commercial Club, J C Gaithcr 

sec. 
Floydada Drup Co iC C Darsey). 
FlojJada Industrial League, C H Veale 

pres, I H LIpton sec. 



Flynn I" H. meats. 

Gamble Land <.*t Cattle Co. 

Gipson 1-; H. coal. 

Goc'n A O. sheriff and tax collector. 

Grig.gs George U. grocer. 

Hall C V. lawyer. 

Happ.v Hour Theatre. J H Reagan propr. 

Harmon & Jackson, well drilleis. 

Haynes O J. blacksmith. 

Menry Frank, vet surg. 

Hesperian Publishing Co. C Surginer pres. 

Homer Steen mngr, publrs Floyd Coun- 

t>' Hesi)erian, 
Houghton T F. lawyer. 
Hughes J M, liverv and transfer. 
Husky M F. vet siirg. 
Jackson it Iveys i E W Jackson. A J 

Keys), bakers. 
Jones C S. hardware. 

Kellev Bros iL A and Ij C), drv goods. 
Kirk & Windsor (J T Kirk, \V M Wind- 
sor), furniture and liarness. 
Lider G .V, counts- survevtir. 
Listen L H >(i Co iL H and Mrs O N 

Liston. Z A Newell), milliners and 

notions. 
Love A L, tax commissioner. 
■McAdams A G Lumber Co (Dallas, Tex), 

^^' I Cannaday mngr. 
McCartv J F. cattle dealer. 
McCarty J W. drugs. 
McKinnon A P. law.ver. 
McPeak S X. horse breeder. 
Marshall Grain Co (L .A Marsliall). 
Massie \\' M. wiiol grocer. 
Massie W M .<: Bro i Wni M and John M). 

real estate and abstracts. 
Mathis. Maitin Urv Goods Co ( J P Mathis, 

J G Martin. W M Massie). 
Montague R E L. cattle. 
Montgomer>- Thomas, cattle breeder. 
Montgomer>' W T, ma.\"oi-. 
Morris Bros (Elder L and Louis A), dry 

goods and grocers. 
IMorrison T A, cattle dealer. 
Xewell Bros (L H and Albert), coal and 

wagon yard. 
Olson O B. dr.v goods and grocer. 
Owen H T, mngr Southwestern Tel & 

Tel Co. 
Parks D A. cattle feeder. 
Reese A Rozaline Mrs. milliner. 
Rushing S L. real estate and ins. 
Sleuter Sam. duiy. 
Smith G \'. jihysician. 
Sinitli L A*, phj'sician. 
Snodgrass Glad, men's furnisiiings. 
Soiitliwesteni Tel & Tel Co, H T Owen 

mngr. 
Starks I II, [tostmaster. 
Surginer C & Son (Columbus and Isaac 

<.'), harflware. furn and undertakers. 
Tb.-Lgard Addie Mrs, county treas. 
Toler <) T, restaurant. 
Veale Cliarles H, lawyer. 
Vickery-Hancock Grocery Co (F C Vick- 

ery. \A' M Hancock i. 
Viles House. \'irginia Viles r>ropr. 
U'est Plains Lumber Co ( L>enison. Tex). 

A E Johnson mngr. 
Williams. Brown Grocery Co (W C W'U- 

liams, H E Brown) 
Willis B C, county tax assessor. 
Willis H J. hardware and furniture. 
Wills & Cook, well drillers. 
Wil.son C M. pliotograiiher. 
^\'ooIdridl:e J C (Gainesville, Tex), Frank 

Truitt mngr, lumber. 



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Po|iulation 500 On the It., S. & P. 
in Scnrr.v count.N', 1 :i I4 miles north 
of Snyder, tlie countv seat. Has Ij 
Tel, W. U : Exp., W. F. ^: Co. Telop 
connection. 

Belew ,T J, furn and hardware. 
Browning -Albert W, drugs, phys and 

tie breeder. 
City Drug Store. 
Craft W R, grocer. 
Dane W B. general store. 
Daniel .v.- Daniel, livery and feed. 
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J A Stavely Pres. S 1' Smith Cash 
Fluvanna Commercial <!'lub, Roy Ne 

sec. 
Higglnbotham, Harris <^ Co, lumber. 
Lane J O. [diysician. 
.McGregor M .-\. grocer and dry goo 
I'veatt F E. general store. 
Scwalt E L. bntel. 



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Stavely John A. cotton ,gin. 

Williams S J, blacksmitli. 



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F1,Y\\. 

Population 400. On the H. & T. C. and 
the T. & B. V. Rys.. in Leon county. 1 :', 
miles southwest of Cenierville, the county 
seat. Has Bajitist and Metliodist Epis- 
copal churches. ICxp.. .\m. Telephone 
connection. M. L. Way, postmaster, 
Bass Bros «.*c Doutiiitt, general store. 
Brittain B. phvsician. ' 
Cox G C. agt H & T C U R. 
Co.v L T. meats and ice. 
Cozart l-5ros. general store. 
Cozart & Cox. lumber. 
Gormley .\ i:, exp and T * 
Lewis Joseph B. grist mill. 
Heed B. lumber. 
Reed J M. general store. 
Snow Bros, cotton gin. 
Turner C F. general store. 
AV.XV M I„ Postnmster. 
^\'ilson Drug Co. 
Wood J P. physician. 

FO.VRD CITY. 

Population lOO. On the K. C. M. & O. 
Ry., in Foard county, 9 miles from Crow- 
ell, the county seat and banking point. 
Exp.. Am. Telephone connection. C. 
Macumber. postmaster. 

Foard Cirv Mercantile Co. .general store. 
:MACl.>litER C, I'liyNiclan nnd roxtniiiM- 

ter. 

Sanders , rr and exp agt. 

Vaughan Gin Co. cotton gin. 

FOIJICK. 

A rural postoffice in Houston count?', 
11 miles from Lt(Velady, its Ijanking and 
shipping point. Mail daily. 
Coiner ^^' M. general store. 
Martin Ned, general store. 

Koi,(;nH. 

A discontinued (lostoflice in Palo Pinto 
county. .Send mail to Grafor<l, 

FOBDTR.W. 

Population 11. In \'ictoria county, 21 
miles frcpm Victoria, the cuuiiLy seat and 
usual banking point, and ] u from Thomas- 
ton, the nearest shipr'ing pidni. Tele- 
phone connection. X. H. .Mitlgett, pttst- 
master. 

Buchanan R T. general sttire 
.^IIOGF.TT .\ H. GriUTiil S<..rc. Collon 

Gin and Livestock Bre'.-der. 
Smalka L S, blacksmith. 



FOREST. 

Population 50. On the St. L. S. W. Ry., 
in Cherokee count?'. -2 miles from R'lsk, 
the county seat and 5 from Wells, the 
nearest banking point. Tel., W IT.: Exp., 
W. F. & Co. J. F. McGill. ijostmaster. 
Bates W. blacksmith. 
Burke T J. drugs. 
Chronister Lumber Co, lumber mnfrs and 

general store. 
Dixon G T, general store. 
.MrCII,!. J F, (ieneriil More. 
Reid S H & Co, general st(.re. 
Sessions J W\ cotton g.n. 

FORK.sTiii :i(;. 

Population J50. In Montague county. 
14 miles from Montague, ibe iudicial seat. 
and 14 from St. Jo. the usual banking 
and sliipidng point Stage dail.\' to St. 
Jo. fare 75 cents. Teleptione connection. 
John R. Reeves, iiostmasier. 
Freeman J F, general store U F D Xo 1. 
Harvel J F, general store. 
Kelly L T, general store. 
Meilley E H. drugs, grocer and hardware 
.Mooi-e A F, hotel and general store. 
.Vaumann C A, blacksmith. 
I'etly L 1:. physician. 

UF.\.\»>M)S »' t. Teklilioiu- 0|icrli(«i-. 
Reynolds & .Moore, undei l.ikers. 
Tillman J. general store. 
Tillman Robert, drugs. 
Tucker E .1 .>»; Son. general store. 




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FOUMIV. 

Population l.imi. On the T. & P. Ry., 
in Kaufman county. -0 miles nprtliwe^it 
of Katifman. tlie countv seat, and 21 
east of nalla.''. Has Baptist. Christian. 
Metliodist and Presbyterian cimrches. 'J 
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a live Aveeklv tiewspaper. Tlie Messensier 
Tel., W. v.; Exp.. W. F. & Co. Telephbni 
connection. ^V. S. Yates, postmaster. 
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Adams Frank 11 jr, insurance. 
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Adams J .-V & Son ij A and B F). livery. 
Adamson T W Lumber Co i .\. F Duke, 

Y ilcKeller. J C Keagcan. J J Roddy). 
Anthony & Chapman iR L. Anthony, C 

Li Chapman), grocers, 
Jieasley .John II. clothes cleaner. 
Boone Charles ^^'. cotton buyer, 
Prooks. Pinson <lt I^ew is (M L> Brooks 

N B Pinson. F M Lewis), insurance. 
City National Bank The i capital $.50,000), 

R P Pinson pres. A F iKike vice-jtres, 

J T Rhea cashr. 
Cooiey \\'n\ H, procer. 
(.'lawtonl Robert \^^ dray. 
Crawford "\Vm H. whol srrain. 
DWIS JA.VIOS M JH, Cashr rarniers' 

Natir-nal Bank, 
Davis & Jones (H ,L Davis. H .E Jones), 

tailors. 
Dozier Bros (^\'m and P W), herdv/are 

and prrocers. 
Dozier E M <S: Co ( E M Dozier). dry goods 

and grocers. 
Dozier Saniuel A, srocer. 
Epps Charles, grocer. 
Farmers' Hardware & Saddlery Co (capi 

tal $10,000). \V O Pinson pres, A P Cole 

vice-pres, M D Pinson sec and treas 
F.Ml-MKRS' N-\TION.\L Jl AMv (C'upitl'I 

$.''0,000), Thomas Layden I'res, J K 

Brooks Vice-Pres, J M Davis Jr Cashr 
Forney Bottling Works, -Arthur Fitzger- 
ald propr. 
Forney Commercial Club, 'U' D Adams 

sec. 
Forney Cotton Oil & Gin Co. .\. F Duke 

ni.ngr. 
Forney Hay Co (G G FLx. C L. Duke). 
Forney Messenger The (weekly), Latten 

Stanberry publr. 
Forney ^^■ater. Ice & Light Co (capital 

$20,000), R P Pin.son pres. K M Linn 

sec and treas. 
Gardener Nannie Mrs, restaurant. 
Greenfield L,d\vin. r "•. tel and e.xp agt. 
Griftin Druf, Co <0 E Criffin). 
Haley \Vrn T, grocers. 
Jones AVailace E. loans. 
Junes <S- Webb (J C Jones. T S Webb), 

restaurant, 
Kinnard 'V-' P, blsckimith. 
Latimer & Yates c A D Latimer, J A 

Yates), tinners a;id !<luinbers. 
Lewis P'rank M, civil tngineer. 
Lewis Pink G. surve>"f.r and livery, 
Lo:'d Joseph A, (irv i<oods ami grocer. 
McCord W C & Co (capital $10,000), W C 

;>lcCord pr^-s. C C Bennett sec and treas. 

C \V Iloone mngr. general store. 
Mitchell Jess D, contractor. 
Xeal C Brooks, meats and livestock. 
Ntisun .1 i>. tjlacksmith. 
r".\ena G ^N' & Co (Dallas), J E Elliott 

mngr, lumber. 
Piiioon R P, cotton buyei-. 
i'otts House The, Mrs Laura Potts propr, 
Keagan Everett E, grocer, 
lihea Joe K, agt Soutliiand Life Ins Co. 
Rhea R P Co (R E' Rhea), dry goods and 

clothing. 
Risrgs Edwin M, hardware, turn and 

undertaker. 



lliter & Adams (C C Riter. F M .Adams), 
automobiles 

Robinson Archer D. confr. 

Robinson Charles C. geni store. 

Russell Efhe. milliner. 

Seott Bros (Thomas Scott), furniture and 
undertakers. 

Sears Edward, electrician. 

Shands IVrey (?, ph>*sician. 

Solomon Harrv. (lr\- tTDods and clotlling. 

SOITHL.VMJ I, IKK IV.SCllWCi; CO, Joe 
E Rhea .\gt (Sec left side lines and 
page 2S1.) 

So well Lon B. pTiysician. 

Stanberry Latten. publr The Forney Mes- 
senger. 

Tune Thomas C. photographer. 

Vinson *.(t Duke (Mark. Vinson. S N Duke) 
tailors. 

Willhoit Samuel, watch maker. 

^Vood Robert G. music. 

\\'ren Charles, contractor. 



FORIIK.STO.V. 

Population 400. On the -M. K. & T. Ry.. 
in Ellis county. 9 miles from Waxahachie, 
the county seat. Has a bank. Tel., W 
U. Exp., Am. Telephone connection. M. 
E. Burton, postmaster. 
Pohannon W \A". grocer. 
IH'KTOX :«K,LV1V R. I'oNtmaster. 
(""ox P G, r r, e.xp and tel agt, 
P^armers Gin Co. 
Forreston Gin Co (Inc). 
P'orreston State Banlc (capital $10,000). 

J H Hamlin pres, J 10 Cooper cashi. 
Harwell di Hester, blacksmiths. 
Huguelett A S .Mrs, genI store, 
Huskins J M, grocer and meats, 
frby & Campbell, lumber. 
Newton N B, drugs. 
F'helps I W, genl store 
Sande'-s W R. geul store. 
Thornton Z N. physician. 
Trull A V, confr. 



FOHT ur.iss, 

.V military post in El Paso county, on the 
El P. & S. W. Ry., 6U miles from El 
Paso, the county seat. Kxp., Vv., F. & Co. 
Telephone connection. 

FORT CH.VDBOIUXK. 

Population 100. (jn the K. C. M. & O. 
Ry.. in Coke county. 12 miles from Rob- 
ert Lee. the county seat and usual bank- 
ing point. Tel., W. U. Exp,, Am, Tele- 
[ihone connection. 
Boone E C. blacksmith. 
Clift & Co, genl store. 
Farmers Store The, genl store. 
La safer G W. dru.gs. 

PIUCH.VKD y.OMA \, Mllliuer and Foot- 
master. 
Seals A L, r r, exp and tel agt. 
Spoonts & Co, grocers and feed. 



FORT DAVIS. 

Population 1,100. The judicial .seat of 
.leff Davis county, 22 miles nortlieasl 
of Marfa, the nearest shipping point. Has 
rt hank and a weekly newspaper. Stage 
daily to Marfi. Telephone connection. 
Babb J C, blksmf.h. 

'""arlton i-1 H Co. ^^eneral store and d.'iigs. 
Espj' J V\', cattle breeder. 
I'ort Davis Commercial Club, L H Ritter 

sec. 
Fort Davis Drug Co. 

Fort Davis Mercantile Co, general store. 
Fort Davis Post (weekly), \V D Riser 

puijlr. 
FOHT D.AVI.S .ST.VTI': B.VXK (Cuiiltal 

$25,000), Charles Mulhern Pres, E i; 

Patterson Cashier. 
Fort Davis Variet.\- ^^toro, notions. 
Jones W T, phys and cattle breeder. 
Merrill J W. cattle breeder. 
Pecos & Rio Gr:inde Teleelione Co. 
Peebles L H. hotel. 
Riser W D. publr Fort liavis Post. 
Thompson S .\, cattle breeder. 
Union Trading Co, general store. 



Brown N H, ldl;siiiitli 

JONKS Al.bi;\, Urv (.ooiW mul lirocer. 

Jones & Ledhetter, general store. 
Shelton J M, fruit grower. 

FORT HANCOCK. 

Population 50. On the T. P. and the G., 
U. & S. A. K. Rs.. in El Paso county, f.:; 
miles southeast of El Paso, tiie tounty 
s.-,at and nearest banking p.Tint. Tel.. 
W. 1'. Exp., W. F. & Co. Telephone con- 
nection. 



FOHT .lleK.VAETT. 

Popul.'ition 150. In ilenard county. 22 
miles from Menard, the couT\ty seat. 
Ijanking and shif.ping point, with which 
place it has daily stage connection; fare 
SI. 50. 'i'eJephone connection. Jehu D. 
■\Vallick, postmaster. 
Baker G, general store. 
Cham pie J A, general store. 
Haley J H, grocer. 
Moeglin P F, drugs. 
Speck Fred, cattle breeder. 
Treadwell C E Mrs & Sons. cattle 

breeders. 
\\ .VLLICK JOHX U, I'o.Mtmasler. 



FORT S.VM HOI STO.V. 

.\ military post in Bexar county, 2 
miles from San .Antonio. 

FORT SPINKY. 

Population 30. In Hood county, 14 
miles southeast of Granbury, the county 
seat, and 20 from (^leburr.e. tiie usual 
banking and shipping point. Telei»hone 
connection. F. C. Armstrong, postmas- 
ter, 

..Vllison & Barnard, live stock, 
AR.>ISTRO.\<; F C, (Jciicral Store. 
Armstrong J I), cotton gin. 
Oringlar J F, hog breeder. 



FORT GHJFFIN. 

I'opulation 75. Hi .Shackelford county, 
17 miles from Albany, the county seal 
bnnking and shiiiping p.oint. .St;ige 
tiaily to Alli.'iny. Telephone connect Ion. I 
.Mien Jones, posln.aster. | 



FORT STOCKTOX. 

Population lUOO. On the K. C M. « 
O. R\-,, in Pecos couni>'. ot whicn it. l.^ 
the .iudicial seat, 55 miies Si:)Uthea.st of 
Pecos. Has L'aptist. Catholic. Christian. 
.Methodist and Presbyterian churches, i 
b.anks. an ice, light and T)0^ver I'iant and 
2 \\-eekl\' ne^vspapcrs. the Pioneer aiid 
the Journal. Tel.. ^V. 1'. Exp.. Am. Tele- 
phone connection. E, Barr.\', po.-itniaster. 
.Vdains Mart, meats. 
.Austin S B, baker. 
IIARHV K, F.ditor aud IMililr The I'ioaeer, 

and Printer. 
Bihl Daniel, feed. 
Blayiies U D, law;er. 
Bond & Hunt, blacksmiths. 
Brooks Garage. 
Bi'ou-n Garage. 

Bynum Geor;.e. plun;)ier and tinner, 
(""asebier Bros Hardware Co. 
Cram"'- J S, printer. 
First National Bimk (capital ?25.000), F 

S Wilson pies, J M Odom cashr. 
First State Bank (capital $25.uO'ii. .-!hii - 

ton Parke pres, W P Roone)- c^shr. 
Fort Stockton Commercial Club. <.' C 

Rollins sec. 
Fort Stockton Ice, Light & Power Co. 
(Jaddis H, meals. 
Gaines J S. teed. 
Madden W .-\ Lawyer. 
Malton C T, lawyer. 
Hare i Saohse, cattle breeder. 
Jackson W C, lawyer, 
Jones W T & Co. real estate, 
.lournal The, J S Cramer publr. 
Kennedy .M R, cattle breeder. 
Landers B F, general store, 
Livingston J .M. cattle breeder. 
MeCoppin .-V S. notions and confy. 
^IcCoppin .S.- Co, meats. 
.McKenzie R E, cattle breeder. 
.Mc\Villi.anis J F. grocer. 
-Memiel II 1), cattle breeder. 
Middleton V. L, fruit gr.neer. 
Mitchell A. Glllett. general .store. 
Monroe W 1. *t Co, blksmiths. 
IMonteith W A\', photographer. 
.Morton J N &- Co. contractors. 
Oilom John M, cattle bre.iler, 
Parke .Sliipton, cattle bre»>ler. 
I'ecos Rio Grande Telephone Co 
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T'rnllilt Ina Mrs, nlllline^^. 



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AND 
RE=SILVEKED 



til Art Glass Go. 

All Kinks of Leaded Glass in I ead, 
Hard Zinc, Copper or Brass Finish 

209 S. Jennings Ave., Fort Worth, Texas 



REPAIRING LEADED 

GLASS DOMES, 

AUTOMOBILE 

LAMPS 

AND ViIND SHIELDS 



AUTOfVlOSiLES 



PHONE: 
Lamar 262 



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J. G. IViESEROLE, Proprietor 

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Repairing 
Neatly Done 






MARrNESS MAKirMG 
905 Commerce St., FORT WORTH, TEXAS 




.£'lk\,3 



A. HOLMES 

STATE DISTRIBUTOR FOR 

4- 



FULL LINE SUPPLIES FOR 
JACKSON CARS 
ALWAYS IN STOCK. 



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uppiies 



MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE 
PROMPT 
ATTENTION. 



Southwestern Phone Lamar 2284 



1105 Commerce St. ^ 208 Commerce St. 



FORT WORTH. TEXAS 



B. D. TANDY, President. 



C. E. BOWMAN, Secretary. 



1400 Commerce Street FORT WORTH, TEX^S 







Expert AUTOMOBILE DRIVERS and 
REPAIR MEN are always in demand. 

We teach you in our garage and machine 
shops, giving you the practical work. 




*a; ^5£ga;gS 55^~«»^:r:^ 



Complete Course in six to eight weeks. 
Board. S3.50 to 54,00 per week, 

Scholarship, S50.00 

Ask for Guarantee Contract. 



BAMICS 



lecnaiiics 

FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



ationa! 



Capital $300,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $300,000.00 
Total Resourses, over FOUR MILLION DOLLARS 



BEN O, SMITH, President 
J. T. PEMBERTON. Active Vicc-Prcsidert 
GEO, E. COWDEN, Vice-President G, P. STEWART, Assistant Cashier 

H. W. WILLIAMS, Vice-President DAVID BOAZ, Assistant Cashier 

B. H. MARTIN. Cashier L. L. MANCHESTER, Assistant Cashier 



With an uninterrupted period of growth extending over the past t-wenly=five years 
under the same management, the pfficeics of this banK feel that they arc thoroughly 
acquainted with the needs of banKs, corporations, firms and individuals throughout the 
Stale, and cordially invite correspondence with those ivho may contemplate a change 
in banKing connections. 



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BLUE PRINTS 



403 



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OEOROE B. MAYER, Proprietor 



pany 



We do Blue, Brown and White Printing, day or night, on electric machines. We 
handle Architects' and Engineers' Supplies. Tracing Work neatly executed. 

We print original Typewritten Circular Letters, Abstracts, Contracts, Specifica- 
tions, Subdivision Maps, Addressing, Folding, Sealing and Mailing. 

No order too small or too large for our best consideration. We solicit the trade of 
the city and those outside. 



113 E lOth 3treet, 



FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



BOILERfi^AKERS 



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WM. RICH.MOrSO. IVIanQKer 






^3p»» Sw, Phone 

3t Lamar 15T4 




OIL TANKS, 
SHEET 



AND ALL KINDS 
A SPEGSALTY 



liers, a anics, Stasbi 



BUILT AND REPAIRED 



BOIIyEltS, FLL'KS AXI> HOII.EK »»i; l>fI>IKS Ob- AM> KIMIS 

n'd and Main, N. End of Bridge rOt't VlQnhi I 9XS3 



Office and Works 
S. E. Cor. Scco 



BUFFET 




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iiisiiies 



PAUL JONE.S 6 CO.. HOME, OFFICE, LOUISVILLE,, KENTUCKY 

Pred C0X9 Distributor 



115 Main St„ 



Fort Worth, Texais 




BLUE RIBBON BAR 



nrf>l<»«l-lr»tlf»c« I Oia Phone L«m«r 1173 
leiepnOneS. .New phone gs» 



1514 Jones St.^ 



FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



American Ca^fe sind Buffett 

BASEMEINT IIO! MAIN STRISET 

pface^lirTxas Everything Good to Eat and Drink ^.-^r^r^'o p. .. 




Two Entrances : One on Main and One on Tenth 5trret 



JAS. BYRrSE, Prop. 



RORT WORTH, TEXAS 



BUELDIE^G EVaATERSAL 



Genera.1 Builders Supply Company 

ALL KIND5 OP BUILDER5' SPEClALTittS 

DEALERS IN AND AGENTS FOR Federal Terra Cotta Co.. Monarch Metal Weatherstrip. Bruner Sidewalk Lights. A. C. Horn Co.'s Waterproofing 

Materials. Metal Lath. Corner Bead. Copper and Annealed Tie Wire. American Steel & Wire Co.'s Triangular Mesh Reinforcing Fabric, Wainwrighl Corner 

Bar,- Mason Safety Treads, Prepared Roofing, Deadening Felt, Kawncer Bar, Cement Paint, Pccora Mortar Stain, Wall Tics, Wail Plugs, Flue Joining, Hollow 
Building Tile, Etc, Etc. 



«Jer«rtings and Riailroad Avenues 



PORT WORTH, TEXAS 



CONTRACTORS 




%Je Carrlco 



TEXAS AOEINOV for 

Muncie Crude and Fuel Oil Engines 

The power problem solved it will produce a horse power for from ^ to ^ cent per hour. No batteries, no spark plugs, no 
valves, cams or gears to contend with. Has fewer working parts than any engine on the market. Owmg to it's simplicity, any 
man can operate it as well as an expert. Guaranteed within 2' '< of speed regulation. The power for any purpose. More than 200 
in the State today in successful oi.cratioii. Write t'nr (le~ciiiiti\e catalogue. Testimonials from satisfied customers of which we 
have hundreds. We have some good territory left for live agencies. 



1501 Commerce Street 



Phone Lamar 1073 



FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



0I1|? Nattrtnal IS^al lEatat? Snuntat 

the oflTicial or;;an of the National Association of Real Restate Exchanges, is a modern, 
up-to-date Real Estate newspaper, givinc; all the news, everywhere, all tlic while, 
ff It is puhlishefl by real estate nien for real estate interests, fl It is yours, *j \'our 
own creation. ^Ffjr>ourown use. *3Evervonc who bins or sells real estate should 
subscribe to the NATIONAL REAL ESTATE JOURNAL, published under theauspices 
and direction of the .National Association rA Real ICslatc Exchanges. *J Kee|> abreast 
of the times. <J Subscribe now;. .<JShow your ap(>reciation of our efforts. <JOiily $1 
per year. Q Its For Sale and Exchange columns are the Mecca for all wants in the 
real estate line. 



R. L. POLK & CO.. 



Chicago, lit. 



EH'^^SS 



COMTRACTORS 



405 





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E^osaic, Rubber and Garble Ti!e Floors and Wainscoting 



office: 834. MONROE ST. 

PHONE, LAMAR 1681 

P. O. BOX 289 



residence: 1912 ljpscomb st. 

PHONE, ROSCDALE 331 



FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



H. WHITWORTH 



S. T. WHITWORTH 



The 



Whitwortfi Constriictioii Co., Inc. 

GENERAL GOKTRAGTORS 



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Paving, Grading and Excavating 



Phone, Lamar I 808 



Corresponiience Solicited. 



403 F. & M. Bank Bidg., FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



rjce Building Company "^^oointraotors 

AND DEALERS IN 

Face Brick, Fire Brick, Fire Clay and Portland Cement 

Refer to Any Fort Worth Banker. FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



DYERS AND CLEANERS 



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The Most IWod&vn and Up=to=Date Riant 
in the Southwest. 

SEND US ANYTHING THAT YOU HAVE IN THE DYEING AND DRY CLEANING 

LINE BY PAF<CEL POST. 



FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



DALLAS, TEXAS 



■FORT WORTH STEAM DYE WORI 

RICHARDS BROS., Proprietors 

Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing 

of Ladies and Gents Clothes. 

Modern "Plant "Prompt Service 

107 E. Central Ave. phone prospect 892 FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



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THREE BIG SCHOOLS IM ONE BIG STATE 

YOUR NEXT PROPER STEP— 

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"Train for the Purposes of Life." A course in our college will prepare 
you for opportunities. We have a special summer course in Shorthand^ 
Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Typewriting, and all public school subjects. 
Enter either DAY or NIGHT School. Write for full information to 

FORT WORTH, GREEfJVIlLE or MINERAL WELLS, TEXHS. 

FARIVIER'S BUS 

F. A. Farmer, President 



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BOARDIXG AINO DAY RUPIUS 

A High Grade School for a Limited Number. 

Thorough Class Work ; Wholesome Surroundings ; Athletics. 

Competent Men Teachers. 

WM. CUULEIN BRYANT, L)ii-v;fc;tor 

Rort Worth, Texas 








L. J. STUBBLEPIELD, Propr. 

We carry an extensive line of 

SELECT FLO'v7EES 

— ^And solicit orders from everywhere. 



Prompt delivery made to any part of the state, 
the same day order is received. 

Write for Catalogue, 1914. 

■We Carry a Pull Line of 

QARDErS 3EED3 

Weslbrook Hotel BIdg. FORT WORTH, TEXAS 




FOUNDERS A^^^D [\1ACEi2HiSTS 



Fort Wortli Mecliaiiical Company 



•tVI AhJUF-ACTURERS 01="- 



Brass, BfOMze asd Ala 

General Machine and Automobile Repairing 

233 West 13th Street 



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IHIHHIll USflUgS 

Telephone Lamar 1489 
FORT WORTH, TEXAS 





ANY BUSINESS 
^ ANY LOCALITY 



UP-TO-DATE 
ACCURATE 



F^UKIVISHEiD liY 



R. U. ROUK & CO., 

DETROIT, MICH. ""^ CHICAOO, IL.F... 






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408 



FUI^NITURE F.ir-JFFIS. 













Hub Furniture Company 

"The Factory of Quality" FORT WORTH, TEXAS 

Davenports, Rockers, Library and Extension 
Tables, Kitchen Cabinets, Chifforobes, 

Cotton Felt and Dreamland Alattresses 

1913^1914 Catalogue Upon Request 



"QUALITY" "SERVICE" "PRICE" "PROMPT SHIPMENTS' 



ICE CREAF^ 



Largest and Best 
Equipped 

Ice Cream Factor)' 

in Texas 

Write Us for Prices 

SHAW O 







AJways in the Market 

for 

Sour Cream 

at Highest Prices 

BlIRV OO. 







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T is a good thing, isn't it? You would not think of 
doing business without it. 

But it is only seen by those who pass your way. 

The City Directory is where many people look when 
they want to find you. You should make it easy for 
them to find you by putting in the directory sucli infor- 
mation as a buyer wants to know. Index your business 
under ail classifications where n customer might look 
for you. 

To be properly registered costs less tha.i to be left out. 

Send for the City Directory Advertising Man and let 
him explain this to you in detail. 

R. L. Polk & Co. 

Directory Publishers 





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A Southwestern Institution 
Backed by the Best Citizen-^ 
ship of Texas and Oklaiioma* 
A Company which for 
Stability, Progressiveness and 
Low Cost to Policyholders is 

SURPASSED BY NO COMPANY 



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We Want Real LiVe Solicitors at All Times 

to introduce 

The Best Contracts on the Market 



I^E^^CALL ON OR WRITE US -^5gr 
Address! 



W. T, WAGGONER 

President 



or 



E. C BRANDENBURG 

Supt. Agencies 



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INSURANCE 



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General Offices: 



KAM %.^w 



Surety Bonds 



• Public Llabiisty 

Plate Glass 



(Collision and Property Damage) 



(Bank, Mercantile, Residence) 



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rieai'g 



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Surplus to Poiicyholclers 



$600,000.00 



Liberal Contracts to 



Reisabie Agents 



Protection to Patrons 



0F"F"I0E:R3: 



BACOM SAUI^DERS, President 

C. D. HILL, Vice President and General IVIanager; B. F. ALLEN, JR., Secretary-Treasurer 




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SOUTHWESTERN GENERAL OFFICES : 

612 to 615 First National Banli Bldg., FORT WORTH, TEXAS 

Phone, Lamar 5276 

W. B. FAIRHURST, District Manager. 



Fort Worth Life Insurance Company 

Home O-f^fice, F'or-t NA/orth, Texas 

Admitted Assets ^ ^ Half a Million Dollars 
Insurance in Force ^^ Six and a Quarter Million Dollars 

A Company THa-t Mas CVIade OoodI 

WRITE TO HOME OFFICE FOR LIBERAL AGENCY CONTRACT 



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rm^iiig Crops 



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OFtOAIMIZI=:0 LJIMDSFR THE l_A sj^ S OF" TEXAS 

Agents Wanted in Every County in the State 

;. T. IViAHIlN a CO., General Agents, Fort Worth, Texas 



ORPICRRS: 

■L. A.PITCHFORD, . President 

W.C. MoFALL. First Vice President 

J. H. JOHNSON. . Second Vice President 
L. Q. OCHELTKEE, Secretary and Treasurer 



Insurance Co. 

Hail Insurance on Growing Crops 



Hort Worth, 



= Texas 



I 'rmi-.t hiMLOOKj ] WHY UotiT HE \ 

»- Ur IT HEHCj euv A umecTOSY 

l-i^ ■e ^OF HIS OWtjJ_J 





JUST a nifjinE 

rLEASE.IVJANT 
TO LOOK UP 
'jOr^ETHING 






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Does this happen in your office? 

If you are troubled with chronic Directory borrowers, tell us about if, in confidence, 
end we will use our special borrower bcuad of salesmanship on the offenders. 

THE DIRECTORY PUBLISHERS. 



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QRJM 



LIVE STOCK C0^;il^1iSS10N 



413 



@hn Po BmM®tt Liu© Stodc Gomsnissbii Go. 

JOHN P. DAGGETT, President and General Manager 

OUR MOTTO: "Good Fills, Quick Sales, and Our Best Efforts for Top Prices' 

We Are Represented On All l^orthern T^arkets 



4 Exchange Byiidifig 



WRITE, WIRE OR PHONE US 

(Stock Yards Station) 

FOOT WmiU, TEHSS 



THOS. B. LEE, President 



THOS. J. ZOOK, Vice-Pres and QenI Manager T. A. NOP.ED, Fort Worih A^aoager 

'*OUR WORK WINS" 



FORT WORTH 
KANSAS CITY 
CHICAGO 

ST. LOUIS 

SIOUX CITY 
OMAHA 
ST. JOE 
DENVER 




Capital 

and Surplus 

$200,000.00 



ission Co., Inc. 




Tlie SiOiv 
over yourdoor 



TT is a good thing, isn't it? You would not think of 
•■■ doing business without *it. 

But it is only seen by those who pass your way. 

The City Directory is where many people look when 
they want to find you. You should make it easy for 
them to find you by putting in the directory such infor- 
mation as a buyer wants to know. Index your business 
under all classifications where a customer might look 
for you. 

To be properly registered costs less than to be left out. 

Send for the City Directory Advertising Man and let 
him explain this to you in detail. 

R. L. Polk & Co. 

Directory Publishers 



n C. RII01II':..rr.. Prrsiilcnt ami 4.loii. :«ler. 
TOM PiCAZIF.K. Vice-President. 
R.J. It II out':. Treasurer. 



JAU. I». F.4KnKI(. Miinaser Cattle Depi. 
TO,n FI(.\y:il':K. JlKr.lli.s and Mlieep Ilept. 
JOK V. KAKMKK. Order Knj4r. 



JOliX VICK. Seeretary. 



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Live Stock: Comml-s-slon Co 






Phone, Prospect -4C>;'» 



Make Our OIHce Your Headquarters When in Fort Worth. 



Fort Worth Stock Yards 



FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



LIVERY 




Phone, Lamar C089 



New Phone, 40-i 



J. T. JEFFREY. President 



W. Q. WORTHAM, Treasurer 



J. To Jeffrey Undertaking Co. 

UNDERTAKERS and E-MBALMERS 

Dealers in Coffins, Robes, Caskets, Shrouds and All Funeral Supplies 
Carriages and Express for all Occasions 



*^;'6nri'i"x^'i^* FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



«»KF!«'K MOS 
OAL,HOr\ MT. 



IVIACHENERY 



Gamer Crescent Co. 

BUILDERS OR THE 

GAS PRODUCER AND PRODUCER GAS ENGINES 

The Latest, Most Economical and Best on the Market 

Also Patentees and Manufacturers of the Largest Gas Plow Engine 

Gasoline Engines, Steam Pumps, Putnpingf Jacks, Double-Acting- Deep Well Pump Machinery, Tank and 
Tank Towers. Galvanized and Cj-press Tanks. General repairers of machinery of all kinds. 

TELEPHONE LAMAR 237 CODT W^ODTU TCVAC 

Office and Factory N. E. Cor. Elizabtfih and Virginia Ave. rwlAl VVWJAlrl, iCAAo 



oythwQstern ilschasiisa^ Company 



Manufacturers of 

Heavy Forgings 

Well Drilling Tools 
SmoKe Stacks 
Galvanized and 
Sheet Iron WorK 
Boiler Work 
Mine Cars 



RAL 

AND 



STEEL 



BUILOSPia E¥iATERIAL 



We make a Specialty 
of Repairs 

Cotton Gins 

Saw Mills Oil Mills 

Cotton Compresses 
Electric Light and 

Ice Pl&nts 



PHONE, PROSPECT 1 040. 



Gen'l Office and Plant : East End Exchange Avenue 



FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



rORTH MONUMSnXAL CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Markers, Vases, Etc. 



Made of Finest Crushed Granite — all from New York State. Nothing prettier or more durable, and much cheaper than other goods. 
Also Nation.^! Steel Reinforced Waterproof Cement Vaults — without a fault. No water gets into this vault. 

Every variety of Yard Ornaments, cut out by hand — Water Fountains, Troughs, Lawn Seats, Hitching Posts, Sculptured Lions — 
indeed, any of the animals or birds, Sun Dials, etc. All work guaranteed. CALL AND SEE US. 



107 S. Jennings Ave., Near Viaduct 



FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



PATTERNTi/iAKERS 



E'"ffl W^M 



CHARLES J. HEr^RICH, Proprietor 
Patterns Made of A! I Descriptions. 



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Experimental Work and Working Models. 



ESTIMATES FURNISHED. 

517 East Front Street 



GIVE US A TRIAL. 

F"or-t NA/or-th, 'T&z<i 



PHOTOGRAPHERS 



CARTER'S STUDIO 



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!iigh=Grade Photographs 
and Portraits 

Picture Frames, Kodaks 
and Supplies 

We Make the Best Views on Earth 

Awards receivt-d from 

Proftssioiial Photographers- Association 

of Texas 

Phone \S43 
509 Main Street. Ground Floor 

FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



BRYANT STUDIO 

KODAK DEPT 

Expert Finishers of Amateur Photographic Work 

Mail orders from out of town customers receive 
special attention, and are mailed back 24 hours from 
time received. 

Films Developed Free! Prints 3 Cents Each 
Post Cards 4 Cents Films for Sale 

P. 0. Box No. 988. 705^ Main St.. Fort Worth, Texas 



See Pai 



\ee rage 

For Classified Directory 

All Trades, Professions and Pursuits 
Arranged Alphabetically by Towns 



The OkJahoma State Gazetteer 

Contain a Sketch of every C'ty, Town and Villnge in 
Oklahoma. Alto an Alphabetical and Clat$ified Li»t 
of all Businesi and Profettional Pursuits. Address 

R. L. POLK & CO., Detroit, Mich. 




You cant understand how we 
can afford to give money away 
like this. But we can, because 
you help us do it. This is how 
it is done. Take a one-cent postal card and write the names and addresses plainly of five prospective piano buyers 
and mail to us and we will send you by return mail a copy of our book of 52 choice songs free. If we sell to either 
of your prospective purchasers a piano for cash, we will at once mail you a check for $25. If we sell to either of your 
prospects on installments, you will receive $15 as the cash is paid in to us. 



The Buyer Saves 40X 



You do your friend a kindness, too, 
by giving us his name. Much of the 
cost of a piano is in the selling. You 
help us sell it at a nominal expense and the saving goes to the purchaser, as we save the salary and traveling 
expenses of agents. We are the Southwestern Distributors for a number of leading factories. Purchasers profit by 
this for we ship directly from our factories, thus giving our customers practically factory prices. 

Address all mail to Department A, 



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company 

FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Pianos, Piano Players, Sheet Music, Studies, Musical Merchandise, Player Rolls. 
Importers of Violins, and other Stringed Instruments. 

SEE OUR .'\DVERTISEMENT TOP OF RIGHT HAND PAGES 



66 



Everything' in Music 



99 



PLATING 



W. E. RUSSELL, Maniger 



If It's PLATING See Vs 

SOUTHERN MANUFACTURING and PLATING COMPANY 

EUECTRO=F»LA.TeRS 

_ GOLD.'SILVER. BRASS, MCK'EL anil COPPER— Nickel Platint Automotiiles o Specialty 
Prompt Attention Given to Small Job Pla'iinf 

IVIArVUF'ACTURERS OP TMB HANDY HA.VIE2 PASTEINERS 



Both Phones 



Sl't-Zie VV«st F'otirtlT St. 



PORT WORTH, TEXAS 




Tl^Cla.ssified Business he<adii\5s 
in thcGt^ Directory will tell ^you. 
TlieCity Directoi^^ is the 
most complete local 

Buyers Guide 

dvdildble to i-esiJents of diiy city. 

COWSULT THE CITY DIPECTORY 

R.L.PolkcCo. Pubiishcrs 



Co/, Rufus J. La cf (I and 

Real Estate Auctioneer 



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I make a specialty of selling townsite additions and 
single pieces of business and residence property at 
Auction anywhere and at any time 



Offices 308=9 Western Nat'l Bank BIdg. 

FOR.T Y/OR.TH, TEXAS 




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Reference: Fort Worth National Bank Phone Lamar 626 

Rooms 2lf-2l2 Fort Worth riat'8 Bank Bldg,, FBUT WOr^Tii TEXaS 



JUDGE GAINES B. TURNER, President. 



V/ILL L. SARGENT, Sales Manager. For 4 years 
Immigration and Industrial Agent T. & P. Ry. Co. 



The Gaines B. Turner Land Company 

CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $150,000.00 

Buy, Sell, Exchange, Develop all Kinds of Property 



line. 



REFERENCE. ANY BANK OR BUSINESS CONCERN IN FORT WORTH. 
Own $300,000.00 suburban and acreage property. Developing and selling 500 beautiful Homesitcs, 15 minutes from city on double electric Interurban 



Handle all kinds of property, city, farms, ranches, cutover lands, timbered tracts, colonization and lands subject to irrigation from gravity and shallow? 
wells. Loans negotiated. Investments made for customers in Tcos or Louisiana. Best of connections in East and North. Agents and correspondents wanted. 
WILL L. SARGENT, SALES MANAGER. 400-1 First Nafl. Bank Bldg. Lamar 663 



FORT WORTH, 



TEXAS 



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Industrial Harris Land Secyrities Co. write us for our 

Suyivision .nco.pok.t.o Proposition 

fo Represent Us in 
lerties mS W. 8th St., Fort Worth, Texas your Locality 



PHONE L. 3807 



L. D. LlPSi^wjyso 

FREZAL. estate: and L.OA.rM3 

603S MAIN STREET FORT WORTH, TEXAS 

SHROPSHIRE & COMPANY 

Real Estate, City Property, Ranches, Farm Lands, Loans, 
Vendors Liens 

502 Wheat Building FORT WORTH, TEXAS 

RUBBER STAIVIPS 

Established 1 906 " Incorporated 1 909 

The Largest and Best Equipped Plant in Texas 

Ritchie -Cartan k Turner Co. 

/\ , ■' ^ i':'.^ -^ Capital and Surplus, $26, OOO 

A y/Of'ff/fT^ fSJ'^\f/^..'7^./ MANUFACTURERS. JOBBERS, RETAILERS 

w^fm^^jm^^m^ Rubber Stamps, Seals, Stenolls, l^letal Badges 




Cataloffue Mailed on Request 



ALL STAMP AND STENCIL SUPPLIES 



from biT^iness ftrms only, written on their 

'"'"^'=^" Blank Books and Office Supplies Fort Worth, Texas 

SALVAGE 

»H W. Front Street Phone Lamir I5(i9 

Fort Worth Salvage Company 



C. A. COOPER, PRESIDENT ANO GENERAL MANAGER 

WE HANDLE EVERYTHING 



General Salvage arid Heclaimation Stocks 

Railroad, Fire, Wrecks, Tornado and Bankrupt Stocks 

A representative will be sent to any part of tlie United States to figure on salvage stocks of merchandise. 

FORT WORTH, / ^ / TEXAS 



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I'l-yor S: Wilson, cattle luecilers 

lUsKS Hotel. Mrs C GolishHy pi-oiir. 

Riftsbee E O. r r. exp and iv\ ast. 

■Rooney Hotel. Thomas Dorr propr. 

Rooney James, fruit f;ro\\er. 

Hooney .John M. druffs. 

itooney Mercantile Co, general store. 

Rush It P. physician. 

Sanderson T P. rattle breeder. 

Sellars Mrs. milliner.v. 

Smith J C. cattle breeder. 

Stockton Hotel, Abbott & Dempster 

jpropfs. 
Stockton Produce Co. grocers. 
Stockton Realty Co. 
Taylor R K, physician. 
Terraza.s & Sosa, grocers. 
Thompson R C, je\veler\-. 
Thompson R C Jlrs. poultry breeder. 
Tuoroey Bros, drugs. 
■VN'all & Carr, grocers. 
"Walter C K. fruit grower. 
AVesterman L B, contr and bldg ma- 
. terlal. 

■Williams O V,', lawyer. 
"Wilson E E, drups. 
Winkler M. men's furnishings. 
Wright R D, lawyer. 



FORT WORTH. 

■ Population 92.252. The judicial seat 
of Tarrant county and the gatewa.v to 
the Great Southwest has more trunk 
lines of railwaj' than is possessed b\" an\" 
citv in Texas. These include the C. R. f. 
jt G.. the Ft.' W. & IV. C the Frisco Lines, 
the G., C. & S. Fe. the H. & G. C. Hy.. 
the I. & G. N.. the .M,, K. & T., the 
St. L. S. W.. the T. & P. and the T. & B. V 
roads. These raiUvay transportation ad- 
vantages are not due so much to the 
enterprise of a progressive citizenship 
as to the natural industrial opportunities 
Avhich logicallj' invite them. Railroad 
builders are pioneers and have ever 
been so. but they di* not push their way 
'into territory that does not abound with 
opportunity and that does not promise 
reward in the way of comj'ensatoi-y ton- 
nage and passenger traffic. The.\' have 
found dividends on investments in Fort 
Worth and its contril)uiar.\" territory. 
.Fort Worth is the greatest railroad cen- 
ter in the southwest and the point of 
interchange of fully 80 per cent of the 
traffic moving to and from the state. 

•The city has an area of ITV2 siiuare 
miles, an altitude of 61^' feet above sea 
level, the commission form of govern- 
ment, an assessed valuation of 5C-1,- 
25,^,937 or. a liasis of C6 i-A of the actual 
values, a bonded debt of $.').576,000. a 
tax rate of SI. 9.3 on the hundred. 150 
miles of street. 60 miles of paving, 77 
iiiiles of electric street railway, 6S 
utiles of interurban rai]wa,\'; 23 pul)lic 
schools with an enrolncent of 13,037 
pupils; Polytechnic College, Texas Chris- 
tian University, St Ignatius Academy, 
Our Lady of Victorv, Southwestern Bap- 
tist Theological Seminary. St. -Andrew's 
School, ,\rlington Heights College and 
business colleges; 31 public parks and 
playgrounds with area of 550 aci-es, an 
abundance of natural gas piped from in- 
exhaustiDle fields and suttplied to the 
consumer at a very low rate; $6,000,000 
water "works plant, 49 modern hotels: a 
thoioughly equipped and efficient fij'e 
department; the Largest and most mod- 
ern j)ower plant in the southwest cai)- 
ItaliEed at -53,560,000; the only steel roU- 
lug mill in the southwest; 5 modern 
«^nd fully e'luipped hospitals; over 100 
churches and a larger number of church 
societies, 21 newspaji'jrs and i>ublica- 
tions; 14 banks; 2 of the largest oil 
refineries In the state piping this fuel 
commoditj to the door of the manufac- 
turer; a larger payroll, a larger average 
wage, a larger number of laboring men. 
and less ti'ouble with labor than an>- 
othf-r cit.v in the state; a larger per 
cent.ige of people ownin.r,; their own 
homes than in any city in the south; an 
average temperature of 68.2 for the past 
16. years. 

Fort Worth is the second livestock 
market ami packing house center 
111 the I'r.lted States. Two of the big 
parent p.ic'Kjjig plants nf the coiintr.\- 
now h.ave extensive and mo.U-rn br.'tnches 



liere. These are Swift i>c Co. and .\rninVM 
lSj Co. Allied witit these are the stock- 
yards interests and with the stock>ards 
the horse and mule trade. The yards in 
a single dav can handle 25.000 cattle. 
10.000 calves. 15.000 hogs and 7.000 horses 
and mules. Eacli of the railroads cen- 
tering at Fort Woi'tlt ruri directly into 
llie yards over a belt line and 600 em- 
ployes ar-e kept bus.\' in tiie >ar-i.ls car- 
ing for stock. The stock>'ards has its 
own pavetl streets, its own fii'e depart- 
ment, its own i)oli<-ing find a complete 
government of its own. Geograi)hically 
it is tile cattle metropolis of the soutli- 
west. In the Cf)liseum. erected as tlie 
exposition home of the National Feedei's- 
and Breeders' Show, is one of the most 
(Capacious and atti'active auditoriums of 
Texas. The National Feeders' and 
Breeders' Show holds its annual exposi 
tion at Fort A^'orth ever>- March and 
gives out S30.000 prizes and exhibits 
between 7.000 and 8,000 head of live 
stock. 

Fort Worth's importance as a grain 
and milling centi-e can best be 
judged from the enormous amount of 
business done b.v tlie mills and elevators 
located here. Although one of tlie 
youngest cities in the southwest to lay 
claim to being a grain center, the volume 
of grain handleii in this city is second 
onl\' to that hantlled in Kansas Cit,\', tile 
aclinowledged leading grain market of 
that vast territory known as the south- 
west. 

lOxclusive of the elevators operated 
by the flour and grain mi^s, there 




can be found within the confines of Fort 
Worth ten large elevators with a total 
ca|)acity of 2.000.000 bushels. In con- 
pc'ction with the elevators there are five 
grain firms of.erating warehouses for the 
storage of .grain, the caiiacity of these 
warehouses 'Deing slightly over 500,000 
bushels. 

The two big Hour mills, which 
,ire the largest in this section of tlie 
I'liited States, have a caoacity of ap- 
riroximately 1.000.000 bushels. Thus it 
can be seen that liie total facilities for 
cai'ing for grain in this city have ti 
grand capacit.v of approximately 3,500,- 
000 busliels, althotigh these figures are 
augmented by several thousand when 
the smaller concerns in and inime<ll- 
ately adjacent to Fort "Worth «ire in- 
cluiled. Hence the ci'y. "Shiji ^'our coi-n. 
oats, wheat, barle.w rv'e and kaflir corn 
tind milo m.'iize. coi-n jiroducts, and 
other liy-proclucts of grain to Fort 
Worth." for this city is provided with 
tlie railioacls, the trackage, the freight 
rales, the facilities for housing and han- 
dling all the grain the farmers can ship 
her-e. 

The two largest Hour mills have 
combined capacities of approximately 
2.500 bairels of flour daily. 

In additifrii t<j being the Hour mill cen- 
ter- of this section of the soulhwest. Fort 
Worth is making rapid strrdt'S tow.rrds 
lieing one of the chief corn jiroducts mill- 
ing points of this section of tiie I'nitrd 



St-iies. for corn jiroducts are hand- 
niaiilens of Hour mills, and one of the 
important factors in successful mill- 
ing. 

In the way of public organizations 
l-^ort ^\■orth pi'obably has a greater num- 
ber than an.\- city in the southwest. 
First comes the Fort ^^'orth Chambei' 
of Commer-t'e. .Vniongst its membership 
is included corporatiorrs. firms and indi- 
viduals. Its functions are those looking 
to the upliuildmg of the cit\-. 

AtHliated witii the Chamber of Com- 
merre is tlie Foit Worth Freight Bu- 
reau, an org-inization maintaineri li\- tlie 
firms and business people of the city 
to negotiate with the r.ailroads witii 
the view of improving the service and 
br-inging about an etiuitable adjustment 
of freight rates on both inbound and 
outbound shipments, thus enabling the 
manufacturers and jobbers of this city 
to extend their ti-ade territory in all 
directions and conserving to them the 
advantage ^vhicll naturally belongs to 
them in their immediate territory. 

The Fort Worth Real Instate Exchange 
includes in its memljei'ship all the real 
estate dealers in the city and meets 
\\'eekl>- to discuss u'a\"S and means to 
genei-all.y imirrove the cit>-. Forth ^\'orth 
also has three credit associations. In 
Ff.rt A\'orth is located the headciuarters 
t>f the Texas Commercial Secretaries' As- 
sociation, an organization composed of 
the commercial bodies. Chamber of Cotn- 
merce and public organizations of all the 
cities in the state, with a general secre- 
tar.v in charge and u competent corps 
of assistants. The object of this associa- 
tion is to disseminate general informa- 
tion to all its constituent associations 
ami clubs, and to generally promote the 
welfare of the state. The Cattle Raisers' 
Association of Texas maintains head- 
quarters at Forth Wortli, occup\ing a 
suite of five offices wiili their secretary 
and otfce force in charge, keeping full 
recoi-ds of the brands of all the cattle 
raisers iq the state and holding meet- 
ings from time to time to promote and 
iielp this great industr.v. Also the Far- 
mers' l^nion of Texas maintain their 
headquarters at Forth ^\'orth, with a sec- 
retary in charge. Tills organiz.ation also 
meets from time to time to discuss and 
devise waj's and means to increase the 
(ii'oilucts of the soil. The selection of 
Forth Worth as the headquarters of these 
stale organizations is a just testimonial 
to advantage of location, as Forth Worth, 
uith her sui>erior railroad facilities and 
numbci of tlirough sleeping cars, is 
leached quicker and easier than any city 
in the state. 

The city has over 300 manufac- 
tur-ing and jobbing houses represent- 
ing an investment in excess of $35,000.- 
000. With its unexcelieil transportation 
'acuities Forth \\'orth is di-stined to be 
the lar-gest manufacturing and jobbing 
center of the southwest. Transportation, 
r.aw material and a read.v market are ad- 
vantages which cannot be offered by any 
other city in the entire southwest. \Vitli 
an inexhaustible suppl\' at its ver.v door, 
natural gas and oil from the largest field 
in the world, the outlook for manufac- 
turing is unlimited. An idea of the busi- 
ness activity of this city and the 
amount of money expended annually" in 
its greatest enterprises may be gleaned 
from the foil. .wing figures: Expenditure 
for roails and bridges, $1,600,000; oil re- 
fineries, investment $2,000,000; crude oil 
h.inilled, 2.000,000 barrels, oil payroll. 
$60,000: new buildings, besides small 
residences, $2,120,000; manufacturers and 
joidiers outrmt. .^50.000.000. F:xp., Adams, 
Am., r. S and W. F. & Co. Tel.. Mackay, 
Postal and W. V. U .M. BarKley, post- 
master. 

Abbott Construction (^o (Incl. general 
contractors, .'>2 Jennings av. 

Abdil David I, dentist 5 Dundee bldg. 

.\l)crnatli,\' I^te Mrs, messenger service 
105 Ti-ockniorton. 

.\brams .lames T. grocer Central 5th e 
of Frey av. Riverside. 

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.\<KRS \> >I K, SiKiiK. Wall. Itiilletin 

Glass. Office Lettering and Show Cards 
203 E nth. Phone Lamar 12SS. (See 
page Jib.) 

Acme Coffee Co iKiah Cromer. Thomas 
L. Black), 106 E :d. 

Acme Floor Co (C M Butcher, H F Car- 
g-iil). floor surfacers 400 Main. 

Acme Hotel, Travis Bowles propr, 1604'^ 
Houston. 

.Acme Laundry (Inc), C A Wheeler pres 
and treas, W B Wheeler vice pres, Wm 
]£ .Sheets sec, S04 Monroe. 

Acme Planing- Mill <Thomas S W'orthin.g- 
ton), 217 S Calhoun. 

ACME I'KKSSED KIIIC'K fO ^Capltnl 
$150,000), R S Root Pres, "W R Bennett 

, Vice Pres and Treas, A AV Hope Sec, 
Brick Mnfrs, office 1002-3 First Natl 
Bank Bldg, Plants at Jlil.sap and Den- 
ton. Texas (See adv opp classified 
Brick). 

.Acme Vinesar Co (Louis and Maurice 
Zeitlin), S05 Brvan a\ . 

Acme White Lead & Color Works of Ft 
Worth. Tex. S G Dickerson jv mngr, 
lOUS Houston. 

Adams Express Co. A L McClelland grenl 
asrt. fill B Main. 

Adams Franklin W, phys 401 lA K 9th 

Adams Lucien, drugs 217 K 14th. 

Adder Machine Co The (\VilI;es Barre. 
Pa), P B .Stitt dist mngr Texas and 
New Jlexico. Dallas, James M Cameron 
sales aKt, mnfrs Wales Vi-salile Adding 
and Listing Machines, 1210 State Natl 
Bank bldg. 

AG.\R FUAMv C, nnrltonc niiil Vocal 
Teacher, 413 Continental I'.ank Bldg 
(Sec? adv in classified Music Teachers). 

.\GEK S( RI;E;.V to, H I., \Kee I'ren nnd 
Genl Mngr. M B Sisk Vice Pres. S A 
Agee .Sec and Treas. Mnfis of Door 
and Window Screens 821-S23 W Kail- 
road av (See adv in classified Screen 
Mnfrs). 

Agerton Baylor L, lawver 305 Wheat 
bldg. 

Ahearon Robert, cattle dealer 122 Live 
stock E.tchange bldg. 

Ahrens & Ott Jlnfg Co. Fjenjamin L 
Logan mngr, plumbers supplies 301-319 
E Front. 

Alameda Hotel, Mrs Gertrude L Emerv 
propr, 611 i,i Houston. 

Albert Geor,ge. grocer 059 White. 

Alderson Virginia E Mrs, inillinerv 1425 
N' JIain. 

Aldrich Charles, 2nd hand goods 120S 
Houston. 

Al.E.VAM)i;u n M HOX ( AlexniKlrr, 
Power & Ridgway), Lawyer 70SM: 
Main (See adv in Legal Blue Book 
Dept). 

AI>KXAXI)!;ll, 1>0\V|:K * HIDOAVAY 
(U JI Alexander, A ,1 rvnver, P. I! Ridg- 
wa.v). Lawyers 708 Vz Main (See adv 
in Legal Blue Book Dept;. 

Alexander .Sample .Shoe Co (capital $5.- 
000), Simon ^\.)exan'ler pres. E S Kuy- 
kendall vice pres, i'aul Smith sec 
C05V2 HouKlon. 

Alford Ice i^i Fuel Co (capital $30,000) 
Robert W Alford pres. John M Scott 
sec. W Magnolia and Frisco Ry track 

Alford Mamie, restr 913 Calhoun. 

All Saints Hospital, Carrie Webster supt 
1304 8th av. 

AM.K.V ltK\ K JII. Sec noil Trons Com- 
monwealtfi B(»n<Iing & Casualty In- 
surance Co, 2nd floor First Natl Bank 
Bldg. 



Allen C F a Co (Charles F and George 
R -Allen), cigars lobby City Hall. 

Allen Edgar L, teaming contr 1731 E 
Daggett av. 

AI.bKX <; T KKAI,TV fO ((i T .\Ilen). 
Real Estate. Farm and Ranch Lands 
211-212 Fort Worth Natl Bank BUlg 
(See page 41 T.) 

Allen Lesley J, Inspector in charge of 
Field Bureau of Animal Industry U S 
Dept of Agriculture, 604 First Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Allen Ode Mrs, milliner 121 W Exchange 
a v. 

Allen Wm B. grocer 106 E "VVeatherford 

Allen Wm T. cement contr 1419 Lee av. 

Allgaier G E & Co (George E Allgaier), 
plumbers 215 Boaz. 

.A-llison Genj-ge T, phys 1415 E Front. 

Allison Wilmer L, phvs 209 Flatlron 
bbig. 

Alta Vista Creamery Co (Inc). Morris 
E Berney pres. B L Anderson sec and 
treas, 316-20 Throckmorton. 

.Altman Theodore A. lawyer 413Vz Main 

Alton John, grocer 223 W Exciiange av. 

.Alvord Quarry K- Construction Co. G P 
Levy pres. W L Gee sec. (') P Haney 
treas. road builders 503 "Western Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Ambler Emery T. loans lOfiVa E 9th. 

.Ambrose Clarence B. lawyer 300 Strip- 
ling bldg. 

Ambrose ^lary E Mrs. drugs 1001 Bessie. 

.A.>IEItIC.A\ BIFFET, JnincM njri;c 
Propr, Basement 1101 Jlain (See page 
404.) 

.\MF;IIICA\ CAFE, James Iljrne Propr 
1103 Main. (See page 404.) 

American District Telegraph Co. messen- 
ger service 501 Main. 

.American Express Co, James Kennedy 
agt, 1101 Main. 

AIIEKICAN lIO>IE I-IFE INSIII.WCE 
CO THE (Capital .$5011,0011), AV T Wag 
goner Pres and Genl Mngr. K E Bald 
ridge Vice Pres, T B Ya-brough Treas, 
W C Dugger Jr Sec. H I Pincus .Supt 
of Agencies. Clay Johnson M i). Medi- 
cal Director. American Hume Life Bldg 
Houston cor 8th. (See right top line."-- 
and page 409.) 

American Institute of Banking, Ed P 
Williams pres, H C Wallenberg sec. R 
W Fender treas. SoSii. Houston. 

.V:«IEHUA\ MITIAI, IIEXEFIT .ASSV, 
F T Perkins Vice FM-es and tl^iil Mngr. 
411V: E 9th. Phone Lamar 43.S7. 

.American National Bank (caf.ital $150 
000), W G Newby pres, ^Vm J Boaz, 
vice pres, George H Colvin cashr, 615 
Main. 

American National Insurance Co (Gal- 
veston). Eugene W Collier supt. West- 
ern Natl Bank bldg. 

American Painless Dentists. Jesse B Ly- 
brand mngr. 10151,2 ^lain. 

American Seed Co (capital $15,000), A E 
Bell pres, T B Yarbrough vice pres, 
E JI Browning sec. 205 E F'ront and 

209 \V Weatheiford. 

.\MIC.*III-E LIFE I\SI l«A\C'E CO OF 
WACO, 'I'lO.V, Edgar T Neal Genl Agt. 

210 W 7th. 

Ammerman \Ves>le>' B, asst county atty 
Court House. 

Anderson A J Co (capital $7,000), A J 
Anderson pres. P R Stieren sec and 
treas. sporlin,"!: goods 1101 Hi.uston. 

Anderson A Malcolm, grocer 421 E Cen- 
tral av. 

Anderson Bros (Horace H and Leonard 
M). grocers 1214 Evans nv. 

Anderson Edward N, blksmith 600 Com- 
merce. 

Anderson James, phys 203 F & M Bank 
bldg. 

Anderson M C Drug Co. Marvin C Ander- 
son. W C i\Toor). 700 Ponns^lvani.a av. 

Anderson. Neil P & Co (Morris E Berney. 
Bernie L Anderson), cotton 5th floor 
Cotton Exchange bldg. 

.An<lerson Robert .V. druL-'s 706 M.ain. 

Anderson Thotti.ts. exp T ^- P Pass Stn 

Anderson W Emniett. meats 419 Bj Cen- 
tral av. 

Andrews Charles F, phvs 3100 Av F, 
Poly Hts, 

Angeles Cafe, Ah Hlng mngr, restr 102 
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A.\>E.V llVlt. I.etmlrt A: Ivc.rn l'ropr«. 

Wines. Liouiirs and t'igars 11.'. E Fr..'nt 
opp T A: P Station. Phone I..'.n;:ir 23>;7. 

Anthony Benjamin .\I, grocer 24ul Chest- 
nut av. 

.Arlington Heights Realtv Co (capital 
$100,000). James S Handiord pres. 
Charles Coffee sec, 401 Flatirin bide. 

Arlington Heights Sanitarium ilnci, Ur 
W L .Allison pres. .Arlington Heights. 

Arlington Hei.ghts Water Works. .A J 
Duncanson mngr. nr Lake Cimio. 

-Armour *i Co of Fort Worth. H E Fin- 
ne\' genl mngr. pork and b...ef packers 
e end E.xchange av. 

.Atnistrong Benjamin F. vet surgeon It'l? 
W Terrell av. 

Armstrong George W, cattle breeder. 
The Natatorium. 

Armstrong J H Co (capital J40.000), J H 
Armstrong pres, W I' Portwood vice 
pres, M .A Portwood sec and treas. 
lumber Jennings av s end of viaduct. 

Armstrong Moses L, grocer 914 W 10th. 

.^HM.WTHO.Vf; THOM.AS M. Dint 3Jn(rr 
I'nion Central Life Ins Co f'f Cincin- 
nati. Oliio. 503 F & M Bank Bldg- 

.Arnn John H, blksmith 2301 -Av F, Poly 
Hts. 

AKN'OLI) J.AMES A. Sec nnil MnKr TeTa» 
Business Men's Assn. 6th floor Whe.-^t 
Bldg. 

Arnold Maggie Mrs, clothes clnr 1015^ 
Main. 

Arnold Peter, lawyer 501 lo Main. 

Art & Shain (Benjamin L .Art, Max 
Shain), pawnbrokers 1213 Main. 

Artesia Bottling Co (H C Lazenby). min- 
eral waters 1315 E Front. 

Arthur W .Allen, real est 25 Dundee Blder. 

Ashe Eugene Electric Co. Eugene .Ashe 
pres. H S .Ashiey sec-treas, 107 \\' 9th, 

Askehnazey Samuel, 2nd hd goods 207 E 
15th. 

ATTAVEI.L <OHXirF, CO ( AVm C DaDDrr, 
Leonard H .Attwell), Tin and Slate 
Roofers, Cornice Mnfrs, Sheet Iron ar.d 
Metal Workers. Tinners 605-607 V\' 
Railroad av. (See page 419. 1 

Atwood Matt, grocer and drugs Stov«- 
Foundry rd. 

August .A & L (Alphonse and Larrv). 
clothing SOI Main. 

Ault Klein, cigars Western Natl Bank 
bldg. 

Ault's (^)rchestra. Klein .Ault director. 
Western Natl Bank bldg. 

Avenue Gi'ocery Co, Eugene C Pendery 
mngr, 45 .Jennings av. 

Avenue Hotel, JIrs Kale Wallis propr, 
cor 17th and Jones. 

-Avery Wm L, mattress mnfr S19 Hen- 
rietta. 

Awr.lt James N, blksmith 300 Elizabeth, 

Axtell Co (Inc), Fred W Axtell pres. 
Jay M Axtell vice pres and sec. ilarl 
E Axtell treas. wind mills 210-14 W 2d. 

Axtell Earl C. phvs 212 Whei.t Bldg. 

Axtell F W .Mfg Co (.Axte! Co proj.rs). 
wind mill mnfrs Granbury rd 2 mi 
w of city. 

Babacus Theophile, baker 2214 X Cal- 
houn. 

Badt Morris B. phys 10 Dundee Bldg. 

Bagget Charles, umbrella mnfr 707 E 3d. 

Bailej Cullen W, asst county atty Court 
House 

Bailey .lohn .M. express T ■!!: P Pass Stn. 

Bailey AVm J. lawyer 42';. Jennings av. 

Baird Nunnie Mrs, baker 1811 Washing- 
ton av. 

U.AKEII .\ T I,AM> CO (C'apitlll .CII.'.IIIIO),. 
A T Baker Pres, D C Campbell \'ice 
Pres, Alex Siiears Sec and Treas, Real 
Estate 1010i_, .Main. 

IIAKEIl \ T * <0 (Alirnm T llaker). 
Real restate. Loans and Investments 
1010i<[ .Alain. 

Baker Brookes, survej'or 210 Ellison 
bldg. 

Baker Bros Co (capital $40,000), James H 
Baker in-es aiui gt-nl mnui. Win J 
Baker sec and treas. FK>rists I'll;; 
Houston. nursery and greenhouses 
Riverside. 

Baker Claude S. ice dealer 600 K Tucker. 

Baker James N, clothes clnr 1027 S (.'al- 
lioun. 

Baker John F tr, insurance lOlCi Main. 

Baker Win J. c^ittb- di-ab-r r.'2 I.ive >'.Mk 
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BaklridKe Kai! [•;, L'utth' breeder Arling- 
ton Hts, 

BaUUwln Bcnjaniiii S. asst county atty 
Court House. 

Baldwin Vance C. Hsh "ofi E 17th. 

Ball Janie.s J 1,. piiys 2-llili Cliesiuut av. 

Eallai-d Ice it Fuel (>) (eapiuil SSli.OOO), 
J J Hallard sec and tieas, 3iii; ^ LaVce. 

Ballard Wm E P. grucer 1st 1 blk e of 
R I Ry, Riverside. 

Bankers' Tru.n Co icaiiital $100.0001, T\' 
B Slau^'hter ores. \\' V Townsend sec 
and treas, 2d tl Flatiroii bid?:. 

U.4NKKUS & ( rri/i:\s ro-upi;KATi\ i-; 
liirio i.vsi H wc !■: c<» Tin;. Wm iiun- 

ing Prcs, E H Carter Vice Pres. .1 F 
Shelton Sec, G H Colvin Treas, Bird- 
sons & Brown State Agents, 405 ^2 
Main. 
Bannard W.alter C, live stock commis- 
sion 121 Live Stock Exclian'-;e Bids. 

Banner Cone Co (B E Wood, d R ilc- 
Mullen), lOS S Boaz. 

Baptist .Seminary Street Ry Co (Iiic), J 
K Winston pros, 11 C ilcCart sec. 1, R 
Scarborougli treas, Baptist Seminary. 

Barber Bros (Hairy C and Win L,), real 
est 514 Main. 

Barber Lumber & Mill Co (Andrew C 
and Robert S Barber), 411 K iIai;iiolia. 

Barber Lyman A, phys 205 ^^■heat BUlg. 

Barber Robert, express T & P Pass .Sta. 

Barber Roy. express T & P Pass Sta. 

Barcroft John P, real est 506 Western 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Bardin Hut?h, recorder Corporation Court 
City Hall, 

Bardin Jesse S. phys SlIO'z N Main. 

BARKIRI.n & l,KATIlKU1f.V\ <F>Huk ni 
Barfield, John C Leatlierman), I'roprsj 
Barfieid's Buffet 70S Main. 

BAHFIUI.D'K HliFFKT, lliirtirlcl .\: Leath- 
erman Proprs, Headquarters fur Reli- 
able People, 705 Main, Phone Lainar 
502. 

Barham Charles F, dentist 305 Platiron 
bidg. 

Barkley Leonidas M, postmaster, cor 
Jennings av and Texas. 

Barnes Charles H, loan.s 107 E 12th. 

UAHNICS L, A CO (I-ee A and Flxjfl H 
Barnes), Stationers, Oftice Supplies and 
Blue Printer^ SOI Hcustoii. 

BAKNKS >V O & CO (\V O BarueR. J J, 
Lewis), Mnfrs of Heart C\ press Tanks 
and Silos, General Wood Work, 140S 
Commerce. 'See pase 4-0.) 1 

UAUn <; & <0 (Osear F iiikI O.sear UJ 

■ Golson), Wholesale and Retail Feed,; 
Hay and (Jrain, 1607-liiOS Houston. I 

Barry J A & Sons (Jaraes A, James Ji 
and John M), pjumbers 410 Commerce. 

Barry-Wehtniller Mnchiuery Co («tl 
Louis, Mo), J W Mjers rangr, 233 Wi 
15th. 

B.4USF GEORGF, R I,TVK STOCK COIf- 
MISSION CO (Fort V/orth, Tex, Kaiisasi 
City and St Louis, Mo), R P Barsei 
I'res, C T McCoun Treas. Will H Baruei 
Oftlce Mngr, Live Stock Exchange Bldg, 
Tel Prospect 13. 

Bartholet August, restr 1603 Houston. 

B'«.R\VI.SK JftSKl'II H <ThoiiM>.>.uu * Unr- 
wise). Lawyer Denver Bldg, 5th cor 
Throckmorton. (See adv in J^egal 
Blue Book Dept ) 

BASCUB HYHO.\ .\, Kist Mncr Casualty 
Dept NaMonal JAi'e Insurance Co of tj 
S A. Chicago. Ill, 501. Western Natl 
Bank Bldg. 

BASKI.V ALBERT J (Rnsklii, Dodce A 
Eastus), Lawyer 214'... Main. (See adv 
in Legal Blue Book Dept.) 

BASKIN, nODfiE & F,.VSTUS (Albert J 
Baskin, Norman A Dodge, Clyde O 
Eostus), Attorneys-at-Law 214','. Main. 
(See adv in Legal Blue Book Dept.) 

Baskin John W, county attorney. Court 
House. 

BasF. Frank L, grocer 15GD Alansfleld rd. 

Bass John PI. grocer 612 S Main. 

Bath Felix P & Co (F P and A A Bath, 
A I Gans, I Brown), cotton 33 Touraine 
bldg. 

Batsell Charles W, gravel, niverslde. 

Batsell John K, gravel. Riverside. 

Batton Obed W, propr (jiiental Tailor- 
ing Co and barber HO;: E Front. 

Bauer Alfred 1£, optician 813 Houston. 

Baughrnan George A, produce 1300 Hous- 
ton. 



Haiii;h-,iian Homer L, lawyer 403 First 
Natl Bank 1.1.1-. 

Bauin Abe. 2nil hd goods 111 E 15th. 

Bavousett Joseph, grading contr 704 Jlc- 
Curdy. 

Ba.\less George W, grocer 901 Evans av. 

Beacon Shoe Co, Lewis E Langston 
ningr 612 Main, 

Beaird Wm F, oil lands 404 Revnolds bid 

Beall Frank C, ph\s lOS';. E 7th. 

Bcal! Khleber H, phvs 101) >■. E 7th. 

Beard Win H. cigars 1017 Main. 

Beavers Alonzo J, county elk. Court 
House. 

Becker Samuel, clothes clnr 1200B Main. 

BF,CKH.\-M Cl.lFFOHn G <Cha|in>aii 
Beckham & Cooper), I.awx er 507-10 
Wheat Bldg. (See adv in Legal Blue 
Book Dept.) 

BEF.XE SAM S, Attorney hikI CniinMelUir. 
at-Law, 216 Ivan Waggoner Bldg. 

Beggs George jr, real est 17 Dundee bldg 

BEI.CHER W C I..V.\U MORTG.A.GE CO 
THE (Capital .;i3S.650; Surplus and 
Profits J182,000). H II Cobb Pres and 
Mngr, John H Eaton. E A Slack and 
D E Cobb Vice-Pres, C S Cobb Treas, 
W H c:obb Sec, A B Richardson Asst 
Sec, Farm Mortgage Loans 407-408-400- 
410 Reynolds Bldg. 

Bell Charles D, garage 215 S Main. 

Bell George W, state and county tax as 
sessor, Court House. 

Bell Henry B, 2d hd goods 1206 Com 
merce. 

Bell Obed H, grocer 1647 S Henderson. 

Bell Wm J, meats 112S Macon. 

Belton Cornelius, restr 300 E 7th. 

Bern's Hotel, iirs lillien Smith propr 2471 
N Main. 

Bencini Charles H, cotton seed products 
,S05 First Natl Bank bldg. 

Bennett Wm A, mnfrs' agt 309 Reynold 
bldg. 

Bennie & Waugh (James C Bennie. Alex 
ander Waugh), machinists 509 Throck 
morton. 

BEN'S HRIGHTU'.VV B.VR, HeB Ilen- 
wood Propr, Fine Wines, I.,iquors and 
Cigars 1201 Comnjerce, New I hone 7 

Benson Roland D, cattle breeder 8i) otn 

Benton Jesse, grocer 706 Jaivis. 

Berg-e Eros (^lons H and Tug), cigar 
mnfrs 104 '4 E Weatherford. 

lu:R<i.1I.V\ PROm CF, CO, M R nercmnn 
Pres. J W Bondurant Vice-Pres, WIiol 
Fruits, Produce and Grocers' Sundries, 
338-344 W 15th, Tel Lamar 377. 

Berliner & Thompson (Harry Berliner, C 
M Thompson), live stock comn, 110 
Livestock JOxcliange bldg. 

Berne Wm J, lawyer 307 First Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Bernhard -Solomon, milliner 505 Houston. 

Bernstein Harr\-, ladies' tailor 204 Con- 
tinental Bank l]ldg. 

Berrv John H, cattle dlr 122 Live Stock 
Exch bldg. 

Berry Rov, cattle dlr 122 Live Stock 
Exch bldg. 

niO'l rs W M H, I'hyslclan lolll'/; iliiuxtoii. 

Bewley Mills (capital S100,iiii0), E 1-; 
Bewley pres, ;m P P,ewley vice-pres, W 
P Boniar sec-treas, flour mills 1001 E 
9 th. 

IBeyett Joseph, grocer 1300 Rosedale. 

Bibb S T & Co, S T Bibb propr, coal 501 
North. 

Sier Margaret C, restr l.')n6 Houston. 

Bighatn (Jideon M, meats 210 W Weath- 
erford. 

m.\'»tiV TR.\NSFK)I Jt STOU\<;l'; CI). 
Wm J Binyon Jr Mngr, Fr.-ight Trans- 
fer. Heavy Hauling, F'urniture Packer.s. 
Movers and .'^iiipiK-rs 26.-y-_'ti7 W 15th, 
Tel 1S7 anil 2t;6-2(;5 W Front. 

Birrlitield (;eorg... W, real est 212 Ft 
Worth Natl Haul; blilg. 

lliai>SO\<: <tt ilUO\VV iWm l> Itlrdsong, 
■.\ yndhani E Brown). State Agents Tlie 
I'.anliers & Citizens Co-oi>era five Life 
Ins (.:o. 4115 'i. Main. 

Bi.sco M Joseph, dentist 208 Reynolds 
bldg. 

Rittick Samuel G, vet surg SIO Main. 

Rlackman Jacob JI, watchmkr 7ii6 .Main. 

iilacivshfr-ar Wells S, tailor 6(i5a .Main. 

i'.lack-well Thomas W, dairy Azie rd; R 
F D 2. 

IM:iir John A. grocer 601 E T.euda. 

Blair J L & Co (Jolin L Blair. Wm V 
Wise), grocers 1001 Maddox av. 



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11. real est 1:hi;i Bn.wn. 

Blair i>t Co ll'.urnie U Blnir, (Clarence T 
Saddii-sori), electricians 1541 N Main. 

Blalo'k Wm C, lawyer 612 Ft Worth Natl 
Bank bldg. 

I!land El nest E, confr 311 E 15th. 

lilanlon (SL- Freeman tJIatt S Blanton, 
Tandy B Freeman), real est 323 West- 
.•rn Natl Bank bUlg, 

i;lasingame Wm W, cigars lobby Court 
House. 

Bledsoe Raymond, gravel 1719 Lincoln. 

Blessing Photo Supiily Co (Solomon T 
Blessing). 315 Houston 

r.h.ck Louis, clothing 1411 Main 

Blue Mouse Tlieatre. Henry G Cottar 
pi-.'pr, 1010 JIaiii. 

Board James H, drugs 1265 Evans av. 

UOAZ Ai:CrlON IIOI .si;, Mrs R I, Iloaz 
I'ropr, Licensed Auctioneers, AA'e Bu\ 
or Sell Household Goods and Get tlie 
iMoney, Special Attention Given to 
Sale of Furniture in Private Resi- 
dences, 209 W 11th. Tel Lamar 4795, 
After 6 P M 2289. 

UOAZ IJ.WIIJ. Asst Cashier Farmers & 
Mechanics' National Bank, Main nw 
cor W 7tli. 

Floaz Thomas J, books 4 02 Main. 

Boaz Wm J, real est 114 S Boaz 

Bober Wm. jeweler 104 ^^' Exchange av 

iioccius Adolphus E, architect 1501 (:;om- 
merce. 

Bockstein Labrick, confr 346 Jennings. 

I'oggcss Wm P, grocer 230S Clinton av. 

Bohemian The, JIrs C L Gorman publr, 
1907 E Belknap. 

Boice Joseph, grocer 501 Franklin. 

Boicourt John L, machinist 1001 W Rail- 
road av. 

Boles Alfred E, grocer 2200 Prospect av. 

Boles Martha B Mrs, dairy 3221 Hemp- 
hill. 

Boinbarger L Gustus, phvs 1015 ',4 Main. 

Bon's Steam Dye House Co (E Claude 
Manning), 425 Broadway. 

1I()M> GE0R(;E n, I'byslelnn, .Y-Ray ami 
Electro-Therapeutics 308-309-310 Flat- 
iron Bldg. 

Boiielll Victor E, phys 404 First Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Bonner John J, cigars 1406 Main. 

Bonner Oil Co. W P Hall agt. 1627B 
Main. 

Boone Wilbelmina M Mrs, milliner S12-\ 
Hou-ston. 

ROOSTERS' PRl;SSI\<; (MR 'l'II|.;, Ex- 
pert Cleaning' aTi.i I'ressing. Tailoriu-. 
We Call for and L>eli\er I'romiitly, ,1 ,\ 
Cnandler Propr, 117 E 7tli, Phone 
L.-imar 1607. 

Booth Bros (Peter ( ; anu Basil (1), co'ifrs 
Sii7 Houston. 

Booth Wm R, lawver 603 1- Main. 

Booth cS: Logan (Basil G Booth, Peter C 
Log.an), restaurant 707 Main. 

Borschow Ma.x. clothing 1414 Main. 

KOI I. DIN RI':\.I.\:MI\ F (LaOlmori-. 
Cummings, l>o\"ie L^t Boiildin), Law \'ei 
SOOi.i Jtain. (See adv 
Book Dept.) 

Bound Electric Co (Ge<)rj 
tricians 1006 Houston. 

Bourque Oscar F. phvs 103 W 6th. 

liouton Arthur S. hatter 305B Main 

Bowdry it- JlcKinley Iron Works IWir. 1' 
P.owdry, Edgar II McKinley), Hemp- 
hill s of cit>' limits. 

Boweix Ben 1'., e:riployment 1500a Mtiin 

l.!o,ven Jusepli H. grocer 2'il S Boaz 

ROWI,I\', TIORRIOI.L * MeC.VHT (C R 
l.'.owhn, Jolin L Terrell, 1£ C JlrCart), 
I.,aw\'ers 2ii2i/o Main. 

Bowling Charles C. fish 2461 N Main, 

Bowiuan John M, tailor 3i»3 .S Boaz. 

Bov.l Frank D, oculist 3o3 F & M .Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Bo.\ kin Jtiines A, grocer 3401 Millett av. 

RO^KIV ST\M,KV. laivyer ;!15-::iW Ft 
Worth Natl Bank BMu. 

Bo> Ics John W. express T .^ P P.ass Sta. 

Bozeinan James 1 >, res ph.\s Arlington 
Heights Sanitariuni, 

Bradford p.ros illenrv II and Benjaaiiri 
E). drugs 3200 \\- F, Poly Hts 

Bradford (''barles C. rial . st 4ih) Main. 

Bradford .Minnie 1. .Mrs. pt:blic .stenogr 
317 Ft Worth .V.itl r.aiik Iddg. 

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Hally K I-Uaiiley Tropr. Hiiir Dressintr. 

Hiiir Goods. M.Tssas^e, Chiropodv a~iid 

ilanicui'ins, -115 Houston. WesThrook 

Hotel DldR. ^See adv in clas.sified Hair 

Dres.'iiMS. ) 
BHAIJI.KV HAI.I.Y K miss. Propr The 

Bradley Hair Kmporiuin 41." Houston. 

Westliroolv Hotel Bids. (See adv in 

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liradley ilaiilius T. acct 406 Lamar. 
Bradstreet Co The. Wellborn Patteson 

supt. mercantile asencv 202 F & M 

Natl Hank bids. 
Brady Ross C. cisrars 607 Main. 
Bragrs Giiurisnacieau R. i)ropr Comet 

PrintinR- Co. 411 E 9th. 
Bramlett .lotin \V. §rocer 907 Twombley, 
BK.Wnr \ IPHOLSTKRIXG CO. AtlcllNt 

Brandt i'res. .T G Bayrhofter Vice-Pres, 

-■Vlhert Schmaizried Sec and Treas, 

Mnfrs Upholstered Furniture 1705-1711 

K Front. Phone Lamar 2B42. 
Brandt .lohn H. cigar mnfr rear 1500 

Vickery blvd. 
Branhani Wm D, g-rocer 1301 Crump. 
Brann H .t Co. .^ D Brann mnprr, whol 

and ret liquors 141.") Main. 
Brannon Harvey O. phys 506 'i Main. 
Bransford Felix M. lawyer 903 State Natl 

Bank bids. 
Brantley-Uraushon Business Colleg-e. J 

T Brantley pres and supt 611 'a Main. 
HHAVTI.^ FRA.NK M. I.awjer Dundee 

Bids-. 
Brashear .lames P. druss 1300 :Main. 
IIHA.SWF.I.L lt.\DFORD O, Surjteon .'{14- 

317 Ft Worth Natl Bank Bid.?. 
Bratton Robert M, city scales 206 W 

Belknap. 
Eray Lenor J, employment aet 1403A 

Main. 
Brewer Charles P. phys 509 V2 Main. 
nilF.U S'IFH (■ l«. Flue Wliic.i, Liquors 

and Cisars 307 W Weatherford. 
Bridgeport Brick Co (Inc). C W Martin 

pres. 804 Tlirockmorton. 
Brister & Carter ( E B Brister. J T Car- 
ter), grocers 700 Missouri av. 
Broad Emanuel J, farm implts 200 

Throokmoi ton. 
BUO.*IJ * llO>l.\R (Jo'jn W Hroad. 

David T P.oniar), Investment Bankers 

and Mortgage Loans 911-D12 First Natl 

Bank BIdg. 
Brock Zed, notions 3104 Av F. Poly Hts. 
Brodkey Harry, pawnbroker l.")13 Main. 
Bron.stein Jacolj. tcrocer mil E 17th. 
Brooker Joseph N. loans \S'heat bldcr. 
Brooks De Vic. drufjs 2001 Vickery b'.vd. 
Brooks John R, grocer 2025 X Houston. 
Brooks Nathaniel J. grocer 1703 E 1st. 
Brooks Theophilus M. lawver 4ii5'-', Main 
Brooks &- Baker (A Frank Brool<s. Al- 
bert Balier). grocers 1620 Hnman av. 
Brookshire Jefferson J, cement contr 

1510 Hurley av. 
Brookshire -Samuel N, cement contr 725 

W Ralh-oad av. 
UROTIIEHHOOD OF .VMEIUCVX YEO- 

MKX (I).-s Moines, la). A J Taylor 

State Mngr. Fraternal Life Insurance 

407 Wheat BIdg. 
Browder Wm. restr 215 E 14th. 
nR(>\M:i< ASHER A, Phv.sirinn 10« \V 

9th. 
Brown Arthur. ph>s 3 Mitchell-Greer 

bidg. 
Brown Benjamin B, real est 506 Western 

Nat! Bank bIdg. 
Brown Benjamin F. grocer 1S04 Johns. 
Brown Clyde W, grocer 600 E Belknai). 
Brown Craclver & Candy Co, Joseph A 

Durway mngr. 254 V.' 15th. 
Brown David, ice mnfr lOS Louisiana. 
Brown G V Mrs (Inc; capital $10,000). 

JIrs Nora Brown pres, Ida Steel sec and 

treas, milliners 414 Houston. 
Brown James, gents' furng gds 117 W 

Weatherford. 
Brown James, shoes 909^4 Houston. 
Brown Joase M, county criminal judge 

Court House. 
Brown Jo.'^.-ph, grocer 412 Seaton. 
Brown-Josepli Ice Co (Inc). 1334 Pacific 
Brown Liiulsley JI. lawyer 216 Dan Wag- 
goner bldg. 
Brown .Marvin H, judge 67th dist court 

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erty See Us. 303 iloore BIdg, Res 
Phone 4603. 

Brown Theodore T. grocer S16 E Myrtle. 

Brown Wm, cigars lobby Flatiron bldg. 

Brown & Tolliver (Wm B Brown. Bra.x- 
ton K Tolliver), draya.ge and feed 225 
W E.xchange a v. 

Brown & Wortham (Joseph Brown, W G 
Wortham). restr 1122 E 12th. 

Browne Edward B, grocer Central av w 
of Frey av. Riverside. 

Browning C J Plumbing Co (Charles J 
and C Fred Browning), SOO S Main. 

Brownson Sidney J, phys and drugs 2423 
Azle av. 

P.rownwood North & South Ry Co, G H 
Schleyer genl mngr August bUlg. 

Brunifield Ira G. restr 313 W Weather- 
ford. 

Brummett Daniel W, garage 513 Throck- 
morton. 

Brutier Jacob E, confr 2C4a Main. 

Brunner Luther C. grocer 2S0O Azle av. 

UUVA.V, II.\RTM01.0>IFW & STONE 
(Morgan Bryan. Wm T Bartholomew, 
Benjamin B Stone. Edward H Ratclil'f) 
Lawyers 613 Ft Worth Natl Bank Bldg 

UU\.VXT (;K<IMGK M. Photoerapber 
70512 Main. (See page 413.) 

HRVANT HAHRV .1. Mhkt Fort Worth 
-Mechanical Co 233 W 13th, Tel Lamar 
lis;). (See page 407.) 

Bryant Machiner.v Co (Inc), B H Mason 
pres, C R Bryant vice pies. R E Brown 
sec and treas, mnfrs piston rings 113 S 
Jennings av. 

RRVANT SCIlOOl, FOR ROVS THE, Wm 
Cullen Bryant Director. Cannon to Ter- 
rell avs, Henderson to College av 
I See page 406.) 

IIRV.*\r \VII,I,IA:iI CII.I.F.N. Director 
The Bryant School for Boys, Cannon to 
Tei'rell avs, Henderson to College av. 
iSee iiage 406.) 

HRICE BIFI.DING CO (Callital .$30,000), 
Wm Bryce Pres, W C Guthrie Sec and 
Treas, Wm L Quinn Building .Supt, 
General Contractors and Building Ma- 
terial 909 Throckmorton. (See page 
405.) 

IIRVCR AV>t. H S ^IntNuu lliigr. Roofing 
anri ilaterials 909 Throckmorton. (See 
Iiage 405.) 

Bubar & Co (Charles A AV Bubar. Carl A 
Hickman), mnfrs agts 316 Western 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Buchanan Robert E, genl live stock agt 
G C & S F Ry 702 Houston. 

Buchanan & Gilder (James Q and Ir.i W 
P Buchanan. John N Gil'ler), genl con- 
tractors IOCV2 K 9th. 

Buck Raymond H, judge 4Sth dist court 
Court House. 

Buckalew John D, ins adjuster 30S Dan 
Waggoner- bldg. 

Buckham Fannie S airs, grocer 1101 
Louisiana av. 

Buckman Charles R, meats 1547 N Main. 

Buckman Jesse D, meats 105 E Central 
avenue. 

i-Juelo\\- Thomas C. cigars lobby Moore 
bldg. Wheat bldg, Exchazige bldg and 
First .Xatl Bank bldg. 

Buick .\uto Sales Co, A G Ilseng mngr, 
911 Commerce. 

Bulhird Charles K, lawver 409 Wheat 
bldg. 

Buifoj-d Richard W, meat.s 953 Evans av. 

HURliE FRED C, Iteal E.tlnte. L,oan.s. In- 
surance, Notes and Mortgages Bought 
and Sold, Live Stock Loans, Etc. 112 
W Exchange av, Tel Prospect 257. 

Burgess John I, cattle breeder Blue 
Jlound rd. Dixie Hts. 

Burgess Will M. phys 611 '2 Main. 

Burke Henry C & Sons (Henry C, Henry 
C jr and Norman P), scales 838 Monroe. 

Burkett J Wm, dairy 3004 X Alain. 

Burling S J Trunk Co (Samuel J Bur- 
ling). 2229 N Commerce. 

Burnett S.amuol B, cattle breeder and 
capitalist 301; 1st N,itl Bank bldg: 

Burney Jo \\', lawyer 3ii4 V2 Main. 

Burns Barney A, catile dlr 223 Live Stock 
F.\ch bldg. 

Bui-iis Lloyd H. lawyer 20."i Ellison bldg. 

Burns & HamiUun (Samuel D Burns, H H 
Hamilton, Dall.as), paints and oils 215 
W nth. 

Buri'sifle Jolin P.. h.ardware 513 Houston. 



ill UROI I.IIS \I>1)IN(. ^IVtlllM^; CO. 

Fred .\Iaiiget Mii'.;r, .Mnlis .\aaiii~. Su')- 
tracliiig aTiil C.iUulating il.ieliiiies 305 
W 7th. Tel Lamar 51;)4. 

Burroughs i;eorge W, ins 204 Cotton Ex- 
change hldg. 

Burrus Mill and Elevator Co (Inc: cap- 
ital $199,900), J P Burrus pres. J L 
Wliite vice-pres, J S Heard tre.is. \V B 
Newsome sec, E T Fant mngr, 66 Jen- 
nings av. 

BURTO.N UHV GOODS CO (Cnpltnl jL-.OO,- 
000), W G Burton Pres. AV H Eddie- 
man A'ice-Pres. T R .\lford Aice-Pre.- 
and Genl Mngr. A\'m Rountree Sec and 
Treas. l)ei>ar (nient Store <ii.i->n\ M-.i'-.. 

UrilTOV .1 .V 1IRS. Dealer In Human 
Hair Goods, Millinerv and Sewing. Mail 
Orders Filled Promptly, i;2 E 9th. 
Phone Lamar 4333. 

Burton-Lingo Co (caintal $600.000 1. 'V\"il- 
lard Burton pres and mngr. Junn L 
Johnson vice-pres. .Arthur D^-ffobach 
sec and treas. lumber 1000 E Front. 

Burton Silo Co (L L Burton). Worth 
Hotel. 

Burton Siipply Co (JO Burton. L L Man- 
chester, J .\. Massie), motorcycles 111 
E 10th. 

Busby-Fry Co (John L Busb^•. AVhitford 
T Fry), mdse brokers 310 Nioore bldg. 

IIISCH AI Gl ST A Jt CO. E .V Cuendet 
Mngr, V\'hoIesale I'ealers .Anheuser- 
Busch Beer, Idstributors i-it 'Bud- 
weiser." Ice Mnfrs and CoM Storage 
1111 Lamar. Both Tels 16.V 

Bush Bros 1 Wm E and Fred Hi, plumb- 
ers 140S \V Terrell av. 

Bush & Gerts Piano Co of Texas (Dal- 
las), Joseph Goodjiaster mngr. 1012 
Houston. 

Bushfield J .A & Co (Jesse .A Bushfield). 
grain brokers 325 Cotton E.Kch bldg 

Busliong James L. lawyer 611" >.. Main. 

Business .Men's Employes' Exchange. 
Georgia Rollins mngr, 50.) B'irst Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Butcher Charle." M. general contractor. 
400 Main. 

Byers .Andrew T, broker 411 F & M Biink 
bldg. 

ilVERS OPER.V HOI si:, I'hil W Green- 
wall Lessee and Mnixr, 113 E 7th. 

nVK.NE J.V.>li;s. I'roiir .\nierican Huft'et 
Basement llui Mam. and Ameruan 
Cafe 1103 Main. (See pa^e — . ) 

Byrnes Harry, salvage 1511 Houston. 

Cafousis & Davis (John Cafousi.-r, August 
Davis), restr 2140 X Commerce. 

Cain Wm J, grocer 326 S Jennir-.gs av. ' 

Caldwell Wm F, ice 1717 Bessie 

CAi,HOl.\ C.VTEHI.Vt; CO (Capital »;S.- 
000), AA"m P Calhoun Pres. B C Rhome 
A'ice-Pres. Caterers, liakers and Res- 
taurant 604 Houston. 

ilifornia Fruit Growers' Exchange 
(Los Angeles, Cal), R 11 McDonald :i.-t 
mngr, whol fruit 405 Dan Waggoner 
bldg. 

Calkins & Patton (Louis F Calkins. Tom 
E Patton). mnfrs agts 30» Western 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Callahan -Alichael, plumber 1310 X Main. 

Callan James, cattle breeder 1523 Pu- 
laski. 

Cameron James M, sales agt The Adder 
Machine Co ( Wilkesbarre, Pa). Mnfrs 
AVales Visible Adding and Listing Ma- 
chine 1210 Slate Natl Bank bldg. 

Cameron .Allan W, lawyer 1205 Scate 
.Matl Bank bldg. 

Cameron AVm iS: Co. AV B Sloan local 
mngr, lumber 13th and Jennings av. 

Camp .Albeit L, cattle breeder Westbrook 
Hotel. 

Campbell Don, mdse broker 504 Reynolds 
bldg. 

Camiibell A- Rosson (David L Campbell. 
John K Rosson), livestock commission 
209 Live Stock Exch bldg. 

Canton ('ate, Charley Moy mngr. restr 
1209 Main. 

Canton I'barmacy (Inc), Steve Kelion 
pres, John A'' Co\r>- \ic. -i>res. Cas-ius 
C Alartin sec-treas. 515 M.-iin. 

<A\ TR|.-.i.I. IIROS liioliert <' and W m 
(Ji. I'roprs i;clipse Liverv and P.oard- 
ing Slables :;i0-312-3M Tlir.jckmort'.n. 

('\l'l'i'Ai, ll\i(. Joe i-nllerooii i'ropr. 
Fine WiMe>. Liquors .iiid I'lgai.-, Bil- 
liards and Pool, Furnisht-d Hinims .;17 
I", '.ith Phone 1340. 




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Capital Kealty.Cu. Liiuin Berry propr, 

Ipans 112 E loth. 
CAI'I'S, CA.\'rK,V. HA><;KR & SHOUT 

(Wm Capps. S B Cantev. \V A Hang-cr. 
W M Short). Altc>nipv.«-at-Law lUh 
Kloor State Natl Hank Bldgr. 

Capps J G & Son (.John G and J Wtn). 
house movers 120 K 1-th, N Ft Worth. 

Capps Land Co. Vv m Capps pres. A R 
Eldredge sec and treas. 104 E 5th. 

Carb I & Son (Isidore and Meredith R), 
real est 511 Main. 

Carban Jacob, I'd hd goods lllA "U' 11th. 

<.'arbone Samuel, grocer SuS B Terrell av. 

Carbonic Gas Supply Co. Z J Eury mngrr. 
beer pump supplies 4 IS Throckmorton. 

Carder Benjamin S, grocer 1560 W Mag- 
nolia av. 

Carey, Lombard. You 1.5 & Co (Chicago, 
III), Gr.3ham B Boo.ie buyer, lumber 
309 Fist Natl Bank bidg-, 

Carlock & Carlock (Robert L and Robert 
L jr), lawvers 411; Whi.-at bldg. 

Carlson Frank K. restr 1411 Houston. 

Carlson John. liverv 150S Commerce. 

Carlson Olaf F, pliys lU W 9tli. 

Carlton Frank, horses and mules ss V. 
Exchange av. 

Carlton J Patrick, tailor 3106 Fav Poly 
Heights. 

CAll.\lOGIE PVDLIC LIUHAHV, Mrs 
Charles Scheuber Librarian, Hyde 
Place. , 

CAHPENTKK .VVI'ItV D, The Home 
Builder and Real Estate 1201 Helen av. 

Carr Kay & (.:'o 1 Rav Carr). cotton seed 
products 216 Western Natl Bank bldK. 

Carr *;; Lancaster ' K K Carr. C J Lan- 
caster), blksmiths 104 N Commerce. 

CAKUICO It J, UesiKMer anil Cuntraetor, 
Mills. Elevators and General Construc- 
tion 1501 Commerce. 1 See left bottom 
lines and page 404.) 

Carroll Georgie 'Mrs. propr Ruby Hotel 
201 Vi K 15th. 

Carroll Ralph, cement contr 409 Main. 

Carson Benjamin K, grocer C002 N Hous- 
ton. 

CAHTF.Il ALON/.O, Propr Carter's Studio 
"j09 Main, (See I'age 415.) 

Carter Grocery Co (Inc; f-apUal $25O,0O0>. 
Everett H Carter pres, Ed H Lysaghl 
vice-pres, John B Cr;uidock sec. Hunter 
E (Sardner treas, whol grocers 215 W 
15th. 

Carter Jesse, live stock 120 Live Stock 
Exch bldg. 

Carter John F. grocer 1701 Vicktry boul. 

Carter Photo Supply Co 1 Aloni;o Carter j, 
609 Main. 

CAUTKIl'S STIIJIO, \louxo tarter 

Propr, High fTrad*^ Photographs and 
Portraits 50'J M.Tin. 1 .See pag.- 415.) 

Carter Virgil A. grocer 2652 V'ickery 
boulevard. 

Carter W dtto. real est 210 W 7th. 

Cartercar Sales .Agency, O W Matthews 
agt. 513 Commerce. 

Ca^'trighl Josei'h F. gr(.»cer Hirdville rd. 
4 blics e of Sylvania av. Riverside. 

Caruthers Moody, excavating contr 3117 
Lav I'oly Heights. 

Carver James W. grocer 109 New York. 

Casey Martin & Co, John B Laneri pres, 
John J Burke vice-pres. John F R.van 
sec and troas, wlioi lifiuors and cigars 
1610 Houston. 

Casey-Swasey Co (capital $100,000). Sam- 
uel Levy pres. Ciiarles J Swasey vice- 
pres, Alvin Kramer sec-iieas. whol 
liquors 1001-1003 Jones. 

Casey Thomas A, drugs 1314 W Terrell 

Cash (;;redit Co. Oke>' S Farrell mngr. 
loanf> 315 Western Natl Bank bldg. 

Cashion Thomas K. grorr-r 1407 i-; Front. 

Cassaday Joseph H, grocer 1320 W 25th 

Cassaday J R & Son (John R and Ray- 
mond F), tiansfer 124 W Exchange av. 

Cassidy-Sou thwestern Commission Co 
(Inc), M Sanson! pres and genl mngr. 
W B Worsham vic.--pr'-s. S B Burnett 
treas. J F' L>'ons sec. live stock com- 
mission 110 Live Stock Exchange blJg. 

Castello Chprles F. i.iiys 501 '2 Main. 

C.\TTI.I': II.VISKIIS' -\SS\ OF TEX.\S, J 
D Jackson Pres, S H Burnett Treas, E 
B Splller Soc. A (; Williams .\sst Sec, 
Westbrook Hotel Bliig 102-104 W 4tli 

Cattlemen's Tins; Co (Inc. It D Gage 
■ chairman. .\ L Caiiip pies. J W Milner 
asst sec and treas. sw cor 7th and 
Throckrnfjrion. 



Cedarnie Mop .\; Polish Co (R L Horslev 

W S Essex I. 110 E isth. 
Ci;>IF,\T S'lVVF^ SII.O CO (llFN Mnliion, 

la), J L Pennington Genl Mngr. Mnfr 
Cement Strive Silos and Tanks, Oflice 
602 Wheat Bldg, Factory Stove Foun- 
dry and T P Ry Tracks. 

Cemetery Monumental Works (Inc). 1201 
Gould av. 

Center Isaac B. grocer 1119 N Commerce, 

Central Electric Co (J H Dickev jr. R 
Emmett iledford). 108 E 11th. 

Central Grocery Co (W R Shankle). 1213 
Houston. 

Central H()tel. Mrs Annie Tierney propr, 
.SI 01.. Monroe. 

CK\T1{\I- P.VTTER.V ^VOKKS, Ira K 
Cunningham Propr. 1505 Commerce. 

Central Produce Co. Arthur Bryant mngr 
1013 Tlirockmorton. 

Cerveny Henry B, grocer 311 W AVeath- 
erford. 

Chalfort Robert, horses and mules ss E 
lOxchange av. 

Chamber of Commerce Auditorium Co, R 
u McCormack sec, proprs Tlie Audi- 
torium 6(14 Throckmorton. 

CH.45HIEItS JOH.\ M ( .A.ssoelnte Thomp- 
son & Earwise). Lawyer I^enver Bldg 
5th cor Throckmorton. (See adv in 
Legal Blue Book Dept.) 

Chambers Mecon L, real est '314 Dan 
Waggoner bldg. 

CHA.'\II*IO.\ CHARl.F.S H, \VholeMale 
Grain 203 Grain and Cotton f^xchange 
Bldg. 

Chandler J Albert, propr The Boosters' 
Pressing Club 117 E 7tli. 

Chandler Robert L, restr 107 E Ex- 
cliange av. 

Clianey Ivaloo, stenogr lobby Metropol- 
itan Hotel. 

Chanou*sk\' Jacob, whol liquors 1415 
Houston. 

Chaniilas Nick, restr 1510B Main. 

CHAP.MW, IJKCKHAM A COOI'KIt 

(Henry M Chajiman. Clifford G Beck- 
ham. Homer T Cooptr). Lavv\'ers 507- 
50S-u0<i-510 Wheat Bldg. (See adv in 
Legal Blue Book Dept.) 

CH.\PM V.\ THO^IA.x II, Propr Cleliurue 
Lii|Uor House 307 E 15th, Phones La- 
mar 2196. New iiOft. 

Chapmond Garland P. confr 112 ^lain. 

Chardalema Co The (carntal $10,000). 
Charles Kassel pres. David Kassel 
vice-jires. Leo H Kassel sec and treas. 
investments ;ilO First Natl Bank bldg. 

Chase (Jeoige H Co (Ida W Cliase). surg- 
ical instruments 70^'-' Main. 

Chase Ira C. phys 303 Western Natl Bank 
bldg. 

Cliase .<; Wallace (Herbert R Chase. John 
r Wallace), tailors 202 E 15th. 

Cliatain .lean, restr 1105 Houston. 

Cheek James .N. tailor .'.071! Elizabeth. 

Clieek John B. grinder 607 Main. 

Chesnut Samuel i>. iiianos 109 JO 6th. 

Chicago. Rock Island & Gulf Ry. V N 
Turiiin city pass and tkt agt. I G 
Thompson com! agt. 601 Main, genl 
offices II07I:. (-omnierce. 

Childress Charles W. slate agt Milwau- 
kee Mectianics Ins Co. 303 Dan AVag- 
goner bldg. 

(.^hildress Furniture Co (J W Childress), 
:01 Main. 

Chilton W El-nest, phys 113 W 9th. 

Chochas Thenilore. restr 1510B Main. 

Cliurchill Ernest E, architect and contr 
•07 Wheat bldg. 

Cimiotte J H iNe\i- York), A F Hollis 
mngi'. millinei-\- 612 Houston. 

CiriT) .^ariinel. fruits 1 .lelinings av. 

Citizens' Hirduare Co iluci. Jolin W 
.Strain pre.^ .lames P Shirlev vice-pres. 
Gilford y Cox slC. 1442 .N -Main 

CITIZKV.S' sr\n IWrekly), Kt Worth 
Publishing (Jo Publrs. Throckmorton 
cor iMh. 

( I'I'V .11 M\ < O. I':il>\lii T Collln.s Propr, 
ne cor Weatlieiford and (.'oinrnetce 
Phone Lamar 2::49. (See ndv in classi- 
lied .lunk Dealers. I 

("ily Lime Woiks (.lohn T Scott). 1605 
Kenned.s'. 

it\- Loan Co. 7. L P.ogan mngr. 106 W 
Pith. 

CrrV PKOni CK <0. r K SteplieoH I'ropr, 
\'>'holesale Commission liealers in Pro- 
duce, Fruits, Strawberries. Fresh 
A egitables, Etc, 213-215 "W 13th. Tel 
Lamar :;5'.i. 



City Transfer Co (Jacob Stenei. 710 Com- 
merce. 

Clardy Ernest A, drugs 1600 Vickery 
boulevard. 

Clark Adolplius F, phys lOlO'i Main. 

Clark Josephus (>. grocer 1100 Florence 

CI,VI«K HILKV, Shoe Sbluliig I'urior Hor. 
Main. 

Clark Sterling P, dry goods 107 N Hous- 
ton. 

CI^AIJK WVLIE P. Propr <;ia»» House 
Bar 1017 Main, Ptione Lamar 560ii. 

Clarke Frank Seed Co The (capital $:'.- 
500). Frank Clarke pres. Ben i) Smil'i 
vice-pres and treas. 231 W t3th. 

(-larktt George C, townsite promoter 16 
Toiiraine bldg. 

Clay Frank, grocer 1106 Steadman. 

Cla:,'. Robinson ,t Co. Ireland Hampton 
mngr. live stock commission 121 Live 
Stock Exchange bldg. 

Claypool D E Machine Repair Co (U E 
Claypool), 1711 Calhoun. 

Cleburne Hotel, George T Masrier proi>r, 
307 E loth. 

Cl,KHl KM'! LItll'OK HOISF,, T H Chap- 
man Propr, Fine Wines, Liquors and 
Cigars 307 E loth. Phones Lamar 2196. 
New 969. 

Clements 'Wm I. cement contr 1204 .S 

Cleveland Albert M. phys 1328 N Main. 

Cline Lemaline. grocer 'Woodlawn cor 
SAvayne. Riverside. 

CI.OPTOV * .MEACIIAII (Jiillau C Cl<.|.- 
ton. Thomas O .Meachami. I'roiu s Si'i- 
bold Hotel cor 7th and Commerce. 

CLl H CAKK, Hurley W tireer Propr, 
1603 ?: Front. 

Coate Bros. Martin L [>ickersoii mngr. 
cotton buyers 20o Cotton Exchange 
bldg. 

COUH IIRICK CO (('apltui ».30,000). Freil 
C C'obb Pres and Gen! Mngr. .1 C Har- 
ris Sec. H H Cobb Treas, Brick Mnfrs. 
Wholesale Gravel Manslield rd hz mile 
s of end of Lakeyiew car line. 

COIIDK.V Fl KI, COMP.V.NV, Alexnmler 
Cohden Mngr. Wholesale Steam and 
Domestic Coal, offices Cobdi.n Bldg 
2027 .N Main. Tel Prospect 85. 

COC.\-COI,A UOTTI.I.\<; CO (Capital 
$5,000). Charles A Lupion Pres. T J 
Brown Vice-Pres. Soda and Coca-Cola 
Bottlers 1512-14 E Front. 

Cochran & Estes (J otto Estes), cotton 
dealers' suiijilies 5lh fl Cotton i'.x- 
change bldg. 

Cock Charles C, locksmith 107 W 1st. 

Coffey Alden, i>hys 202 Moore lildg. 

Coffman Mntg Co ilnci. .S M (.'oilman 
pres, Horace Biishnell sec, Sidney 
A\'ebb treas, vending machines lO!*'.. 
W 14th. 

Cohen Louis, 2i] hd g.iods 1210. V Com- 
merce. 

(-'ohen Max. clothing 1.703 Main. 

Cohen Sarah Mrs. 2d hd goods 1207 Com- 
merce. 

Colin Isaac, clothing 307C Main. 

Cohn Morris H. clothing 215 Main. 

Cohn Myer. men's furnishings 1404 N 
Main. 

Cohn S L & Son. Paul Herlyn agt. cotton 
buyers 202 Cotton Exchange bldg. 

Colbert Anna, restr 813 (^alhoun. 

Coleman Cliesley C. millinery 60S llojs- 
lon. 

Coleman John W. grocer 1401 E Hattie 

Coleman J Terrell, horse dealer ss E Ex- 
change av. 

COI.RMW AV L .«; CO (W I. Coleman, I". 
L McClintock). Cottim Linter Dealer., 
lS-20 Touraine Bldg. 

College Heights Land Co (capital $5.- 
600 1. Richard Vickerv pres. W E Cole- 
man sec. J H -Miller treas. C U Vick- 
ery sales agt, 11I5B Houston. 

College Studio (.Mrs Viola W Price. John 
W Snndi-rs). photogrs 1012'., Main 

Collett .^L- Seiliold (.lames D CoUett, IM 
Seiboldi, ins 712 Hourton. 

Collier P P K- Son i .New York), .lolm 
l^urris mn(.-,r, imldis H05 Western .S'atl 
Bank bldg. 

Collins ,\rt Co (cai>ital $20,000), Frank 
H Collins iires. s.'c and treas. art goorls 
and )iaint, Hsr. Houston. 

I'OI.I.INV I'.DUIV T, Pro|>r City ,lnnk Co 
ne cor WeatherffU'd ami t.'ornnu*r<-e. 
Phone Lamar 2349. (See adv ill classi- 
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Collins Grain Co (Joseph Collins), 321 
Cotton Exchange blds'- 

Collins James H, prrocei- 1115 E 1st. 

Collins James W. storage 465 S Calhoun. 

Collins Katit'. restr o04 K Rosedale. 

Collins Warren, pianos 405 Houston. 

CoUinsville Itnf.ar Co (Inc). C \V Bagley 
pres. S A Menczer vice-pres. F "W An- 
grel sec and treas, tinners 1009-15 E 
Front. 

Collum Commerce Co. W F McKelvey 
mngr. installment goods r.lO W 13th, 

Collup ^^■In B. grocer 951 Evans av. 

CoUyns Charles W B, cattle lireeder 1330 
Hurley av. 

Colonial Adiustment Agency (Leto H 
Smith. C .\ Stewart), collections 25 
Dundee bldg. 

Colonial Hotel, C M Oliver propr, 304 E 
15th. 

COLORADO rim. & mo>' to (Denver. 
Coloi. 1 1 Padiiock Div Sales Agt. Coal 
Miners and Shippers. Mnfra of Wire 
N'ails. Barbed and Smooth Wire. Hav 
Ties. Etc. 503 Ft Worth Natl Bank 
Bldg, Tel Lamar 2997. 

Colvin Albert D. e.Kcavating contr 2227 
G A, Poly Hts. 

Colvin Orlitz V, grocer IfiOfi Main. 

Colyer <Ji Sears (Samuel Colyer, C W 
Sears), grocers 220ii Clinton av. 

Comet Commission Co. F F* Carson mngr. 
live stock commission 103 Live Stock 
E.Kch hldff. 

COMKT PUIVI'I\« CO, f; R Brnec I'roi.r. 
We Do Any Kind or Class of Printing. 
411 E 9th. Phones Lamar 60S9. N'ew 404 

Comfort p;d\vard, clothing 1207A Hous- 
ton. 

Commerce Hotel. H W Darrah propr, 1203 
Commerce. 

COMMKR<I.AL KlIimOR STAMP CO (J 
H Jr and Fred L .Mills), Hubber Stamp 
Mnfi-s 2S1 \V lotti, Tel Lamar 215i(. 

co-n>!o\\\ KAi.TH no.\nr\(; & <as. 
l-.\l,TV I.\!*rHA\<-|.; <■« (t.-apital .^.TOO.- 
000), Bacon Saunders I'res. ('lyde V> 
Hill Vice-1're.s and iJenl Mngr. Ben F 
Allen Jr Sec and Treas. (Jeneral Cas- 
ualty Insurance (2d floor) First Xatl 
Bank Bldg. (See front cover, left top 
lines and page 410.) 

Commonwealth ("asualty Co (Philadel 
phia, I'a), E<Igar J Cunningham dist 
mngr 317 Dan Waggoner bldg. 

Conger Charles C, mnfrs agt 208 Moore 
bldg. 

Conger S Jf & Co (Samuel M Conger) 
real est 1207 '4 Main. 

Connell Giles H. investments 712 First 

Natl Bank bldg. 
Conner George .M, lawyer 800 Throck 

morton. 
Conner H X & Co (Emmett R Conner), 

books 707 Houston. 
Conner Truman H. chief justice Court 
Civil AppealH 2d Supreme Jud Dist, 
Court House. 
Continental Bank and Trust Co (capital 
$500,000), J G Wilkinson pres. D B 
Keeler vice-pres, J E Willi.s cashier, 
714 Houston. 
Cook Henry H, grocer 909 W 12th. N Ft 

^Vorth. 
Cook Leonard T, 2d hd gds 208 W Bel- 
knap. 
Cook Robert A, grocer 1003 Bessie. 
Cook Robert S, clothes clnr 507A Main 
Cook & Covert (Willis G Cook, John D 
Covert), phys 210 F & M N'atl Bank 
bldg. 
Cooke Wm L. vice-pres and mngr Stock- 
yards Horse & Mule Commission Co, E 
Exchange av. 



Cooke W L Horse & .Mule Co i \Vn\ L 
Cooke. Rufus C HiKh). LM23 KUis av. 

Cooles Ahrah.im. 2d hd gds J2n!i Houston, 

Coon Elmo, grocer (126 Burnett. 

Coonrod Erwin L. agt Fred Miller Brew- 
ing Co, 921 E 9th. 

Cooper Auto Co. Kay W Bartgis mngr, 
auto reprs 2412 X Main. 

COOI'F.H i'llAUMOS .\. l're.H rikI <;eii 
Tvlngr Fort Worth Salvage Co. 114 W 
Front. (See page llS.i 

COOI-KR HO.>II''.R '■' (ChnprnHii. n<-i-khniii 
& Cooper). Lawyer 507-10 Wheat Bldg. 
(See adv in Legal Blue Book Dept.) 

Cooper James L. phys 1407 Main. 

fO-OPKH.VTIVI', Oil, .t nK\ F.l,or>fK\'I' 
CO, E C Fain Crcnl Mngr. L G Ocheltree 
Asst ilngr. Oil Promoters 609 Wheat 
Bldg. 

Coopersmith Benjamin, grocer 416 W 
Bluff. 

Corbett Edward A. milliner 317 Houston. 

Corbitt Ira T, grocer 1524 Vickery blvd, 

Costan Robert E L. mnfg jeweler 9 Dun- 
dee bldg. 

Cotter Fred, re.st.r 129 S Jfain. 

Cotton Collar Co (capital S20.000), A G 
Couch pres. G A McGaughey sec-treas. 
horse collar mnfrs Decatur av & Belt 
Line Rj'. 

Coughlln Thomas A. tinner 106 S Jen- 
nings a v. 

Coulson Jack, drugs 101 X Houston. 

COLRT BAH, Jim Holllnexworth Propr. 
201 E Belknap. 

Court Hotel. E Mctiinnis propr. 113 E «th 

Court Hotel Buffet and Cafe, Edwin C 
Fisch mngr. 115 E «th. 

Courtne.v Wm K. cement contr 320S Ellis 

Covey ic Martin Co icai)ital $40,000). 
John W Covey pies. Cassius C ilartin 
sec and treas. drugs 810 M.iin. 

Covington Gause W. phys imv^ W 20th. 

Cowan & Burney (Samuel H Cowan, Ivy 
H Burney). lawyers 511 Re.\'nol(ls bUIg, 

Cowart Addie Jl. grocer 116 Hemphill. 

CO^VDKX GKORGE: E, Vice Pres Farm- 
ers & Mechanics' Xational Bank, Main 
n w cor W 7th. 

Cowell Leonard, florist 1*526 5th av\ 

Cox Claud, restr 209 A W Weatherford. 

(•0\ FKI;D. «<iiI»ou 11.1 -Miiiil, UiiKr Ko«t- 
luook Bar 409 Main. I'ropr Mint Bar 
1.j09 Main. iSee page 40.1.) 

(,'ox H S & Sons (Horace W anrl Weslev 
T Cox), feed and fuel 1315 X Adams. 

Cozby & Winn (Jnmes C Cozby, Ed 
Winn), restr 105 W Weatherford. 

('R.VilU LKWLS C Dll, Vetcrhiarj- Sur- 
ge,)n 200 Cojrim<-rce. 

Crad.v ilugh D, grocer 601 S Jennings av. 

(R-VKT EIJG.VIl M. I'ropr >lprohant!* 
Printing & Supply Co 1443 X JMain, Tel 
Prospect 1127. 

(^raig Fletcher F, phvs 501 1^ Main. 

(■K.\MEU Bi;X.I.\1ll\ D. Nncr lor Kxec- 
utors Winfield Scott Estate. 116 E Sth. 

(!^ramer. Plodo & Williams (_}in Co (Inc), 
B D Cramer pres, 116 E Sth. 

Crane Charles R. restr 90,S Houston. 

Craton & Creight.m (Thomas M Hall), 
dentists 103 W fith. 

Crawford-Gosho Co (Austin^. J A Chap- 
man agt, cotton buyers 419 Cotton 
FOxch bldg, 

Crawford Lee, cattle dlr 122 Live Stock 
lOxch bldg. 

Crawford Thomas A. feed and fuel 911 
W Railroad av, 

Creagan Alartin V. phys 315 Vi Main. 

Crenshaw James O, dentist 309 F & il 
Xatl Bank bldg. 

CRF.SCE.XT CH1.:.>IHAL CO. R J Rhoine 
Pres and Genl Mngr. Sterling P iTlark 
V^ice-Prea. J C Roi)erts Sec and Treas. 
<) R Brooks Mngr. 211 E 4th, 

CRESCF..\T PUMP AVORKS (Capital SIO,- 
000), W W Manning Pres, W T Pitt- 
man Vice-l'res. (i E Cranz Sec. Richard 
Vickery Treas. Pump Mnfrs. (3Hlce 1115 
Houstctn. Plant 14th cor Commerce. 

Cromer Cycle Co (Ci E Cromer), 1204 
Houston. 

Crosby Frank M. grocer 1S23 May. 

(.'r-oss Jesse F. auto repr 511 Commerce. 
CrifHsley .V Rrjss(?ii. rt*al est 510. cigars 
lobby F (fc M Xatl Bank bldg. 

Crouch A B (Jrain Co (Inc). J B Pool 

mngr. Inoo E Mth. 
(^roueh Charles T. dairy B F P 5. 



C KOI ( II tl.lKOW Alti: < o. J I' < riMieb 

I'res. l'-, 11 I'.oliltliw.. .T,. Vi, . -Pr.-s. !■; r. 

L.ivender Sec. A C Lowry Treas. loo7 

.Main. 
Crouch .lessie C Mrs. grocer W F O 5. 
Crouse George A. optician l'.'n2 5 th a v. 
(rrowder Robert B. masseur 39 Hotel 

Worth, 
Crowdus Bros (Robert L Crnwdusi. hides 

an<l wool 315 W .Weatherf.inl. 
Crowley B Frank, ins 214 Dan Waggoner 

bldg. 
Crown Canning Co (S Lee Hardin), chill 

mnfrs 1634 E Leuda. 
(RVS-l'Al, HAR. Wni H »:«unrt Propr. 

li>iu Main. Phone Lamar :;4 4 
Crystal [ce Co (caiiital J4.1 iioo) R p 

Maddox pres. J B Sikes. vic.--nr.''S. H L 

Calhoun sec and treas. 3iil V. .Ma;rnoli.a. 
CrEXDKT KKiFXK A. Mner Aimilst .V 

Biisch ik. C,K 1111 Lamar. P...th Tels 16" 
Cumniings Charl.-s c '. lawver 2141.. .Main. 
CIMMIXGS .lOKDAX ^ < Lattlmor.-. C uni- 

mungs. Doyle & Bouldir. i, Lawv.-r 

3001,2 Main. (See ad\- in Legal Blue 

Book Dept.) 
Curnmings Realty Co 1 Reese D Cum- 
_ mings). 405 Wheat bldg. 
Cummins John B, pU>s 7m'5 1„ M.ain 
Cunningham Ire E, 'propr Central Pat- 
tern Works, 140S Commerce. 
Cunningham .Vewton .\, furniture 406 E 

Houston. 
Cunningham Samuel C sand 4<"'rt Main 
Curby Roy B, drugs 1407 Jtaili 
Curran Laundry Co (capital $■,■ oiiH) \ b 

Spain pres, Wm R Booth sec. 415 S 

Jennings av 
Curtis .Albert B. lawyer 311 Western Xatl 

Bank bldg. 
CI Itris Pllll,lsitl\«; < <> iPbllnilelpbIn, 

Pa). .V K McElroy Ijist .\g.-Mt, i'ublrs 

Saturday Evening Pt.st. La.lies' Home 

Journal and The Country Gentleman, 

201 Moore Bldg 
Daggett E .Merreil. real est 16^'4 Jones. 
iJA<i(ii'yr'i' JOHN p i,n 1; .stock co.>s- 

MI.s.sioN CO, John P Liagi'ert E'res and 

Genl Mngr. Live Stn.'k Commission. 

Live Stock Exchange P.ldg. Tel 411 

(See page 413.) 

i>a<;<;i;tt-kkk\" coM>ii>isiox to (E m 

Daggett. Charles W Daggett. A M 
Keen), p'or the Best S.-rvice ami High 
Sales. Shijj Your Cattle. Hogs and Sheep 
to Us. Write. Wire or Phone for .Mar- 
ket Advice. 206 Live Stock Exchange 
Bldg. Ft Worth Stock Yards. Tel Long 
Distance 213. Local 551. 

Daily Wm H. grocer 97ii E Terrell. 

Dalby Richard D, genl contr 614 E Front, 

Dall.as .News (daily), Thos Elezard mngr. 
102 W Sth. 

Dalton Adding Jlachine Co (Poplar BlutT, 
Mo). Arch McDaniel dist mngr, 400 
Main, 

Daniel Charles O, loans 107 W 13th 

Daniel J B Realty Co, J B Daniel pres, 
109 B 4th. 

Daniel Travis V, .grocer 1201 St Louis av. 

Daniel Wm H. grocer 1:;21 E Front 

Daniell Edward C, gravel Riverside. 

Daniels Joseph E. photngr 1434 X .Main. 

Darter W .V & Co ( Wm .\ Darter), real 
estate 711 ',2 Main. 

Daugherty G Price, restr 114 E Exchange 

Daughtry Charles, piano tuner 3115 9 
Jennings av, 

Davidson Samuel, cattle breeder 1421 
Pennsylvania av. 

Davis B F & C JI (Berrv F and Charles 
M). engrs and contrs 400 Remolds bldg. 

Davis Daniel T. grocer I8OO E;vans av 

Davis Edwin, phys 508 FUtiron bldg, 

Davis i;verett O. real est 1421', X Main. 

Davis Furniture Co (Hugh J Wilson). 
210 Houston, 

Davis Henry W, meats 305 .S Jennings av. 

iJavis John W, real est 508 First Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Davis J Thomas, Ice 70S Missouri av. 

Davis Louis P. jeweler 7I5,\. .Main 

Davis' Pharmacy (John B and W M Da- 
vis). 217 .S Boaz. 

Davis Thomas L. genl agt U S Express 
Co 208 W 7th. 

Davis & Finley (Carrie E Davis. Sedalla 
Flnley). restr 906B Jones 

Davlantis Christ, shoe shiner 1003B 
.Main. 



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Dazey-Moore Grain Co (cai)U.il 550.i)00). 
^endall F Dazey pies. Tom G* Moore 
vice-pres, "\\'m K Jloward sec and treas, 
401 Cotton ICxch bide:. 
DE:03IU.\~ PKKKV G (JJedmon .«: Potter), 
Lawyer 608-610 First Xatl Bank BlUg. 
(See adv in Legal Bine Book Ltept.) 
DBDMOX & rOTTliK ( I'errj «; Doilniou. 
Prank B I'otter), Lawyers 608-610 First 
Natl Bank EilUs. (See adv in I,egal 
Blue Book Iiept.) 

Deeb Mary Mrs, arrocer 1413 Calhoun. 

Deem John, grocer 215 S Jennings. 

Deems Kdward. 2d hd sroods 815 S Main. 

Delaware Hotel, J H Willi propr, 503 '4 
Main. 

Dell James J, restr 2467 N Main. 

Delmas EmploA-ment Agency (L A and 
L E Delmas), 1615 Main 

Delson Bros (Peter and Steven), restr 
105B W S)th and 713A Main. 

Denman John J. whol lumber 512 Main. 

Denney H Frisbie, dry goods, 314 S 
Boaz. 

Dent Thomas, shoe shiner 102 'W' Ex- 
change av. 

Dent Thomas C. restr 2457 N Main. 

Denver Ci-.te. E R Bunch mngr, restr 
1613 Main. 

Denver Hotel, T F Williams mngr, 211 H 
W 13th. 

Denver Investment Co (Inc), J T Taylor 
pres, B L Wagrgoman sec and treas. 
cor Throckmorton and 'V." 4th, 

Denver & Hio Grande Ry Co, J E Wood- 
fln genl agt 40-5 Cotton Exch bldp. 

Derasaugh Benjamin N, grocer 2825(2 N 
Main. 

Detroit Electric & Motor Car Co, A A 
Marrs pres, O A Hille vice-pres. Bu 
ford Adams sec and treas. llll Com 
merce. 

De Vitt David M, cattle breeder 962 'W 
Magnolia av. 

De Voll Calvin S, phys 516 Wheeler. 

De Walch Pascal, grocer 801 ^' Belknap 

De Wees Robert L, poultry breeder 2319 
Columbus a v. 

Diamond Hill Grocer Co (W W White, F 
J Miller), grocers and meats 126 De- 
catur rd. 

Dickson Henry M, county surveyor 
Court House. 

Dickson John J. grocer 1220 N Grove. 

Dieb John, notions 43 Jennings av. 

Dill James F, grocer 222 W Exchange av 

Dillard & Sons (Wm A. Charles M and 
H Beverlv), blksmiths 2.'!73 N Main. 

DILLKY & MARUKR (Roy I, Ullle 
Harry C Barber). Mngrs Fowler Bros 
Land Co. 512 Main. 

Dillin Bi'os (Jefferson D Dillin), drugs 
300 S Jennings av. 

Dillin James J, real estate 402 F & M 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Dillin Jefferson l>. phys 300 S Jennings av 

Dillon Edward, shooting gallery 303 E 
15th. 

Dillow Samuel S, grocer 3202 Ave F 
Poly Hts. 

Dilworth Eugene R, U S immigration 
Inspr Federal bldg. 

Dineen Patrick A. grocer 1501 .S Jen 
nings av. 

Dines Albert, bldrs' supplies 832 Mon- 
roe. 

Dirks, Kuykendall & Co (Martin H 
Dirks, E S Ku\kendall), real estate 
223 AVestern Natl Bank bldg. 

Dixie Co The, Oscar D Cozzens mngr, 
loans 109 W 11th. 

Dixie Hotel, Claude M Oliver propr 1600 
Jones. ' 

Dixon Wm R, restr 1305 Calhoun. 

DOBBS & STRKKT (Walirr > I><>l>)>a, 
Asa J Street). General Agents Frank- 
lin Life Ins Co of .Springfield, 111, and 
Lands and I^oans, Basement 514 Main. 

DODGE NORVA.N A (UaMkln, Dodge ii. 
Eastus), Law.\er, I'liited States <Jom- 
mlssioner for Northern District of 
Texas, 214V' Main. (See adv in Legal 
Bl*e Book Dept.) 

Doggett Grain Co (Dallas), Oscar L 
Messick sujit 2106 N Grove. 

Doherty Walter J, baker 6.')'j S Main. 

Dominguez .\sceneio A, re.str 3U."( E 9th. 

D«»\OV AX .V «;, t;«nl IIiiKr Soutlnvestern 
Mechanical (,'o, east end Exchange av. 
(See page 414.) 

Donegan Michael F, cattle dlr 204 Live 
Stock Exth bldg. 



Donohue lOdward. horses and rnules ss E 

ICxt.'hango av. 
Uooley Samuel M, ins agt 405H Main. 
I'ooley Thomas J Mrs. grocer 946 Bessie. 
I »o<.)m Charles !•;. coal 801 Peach. 
Uorsev Grain Co (Hugh B Dorsev), 800 

First Natl Bank bldg. 
Potson James 1. tailor 705B E 17th. 
Dougherty Ernest M, grocer 700 W 

Weatherford. 
Dougherty Patrick, horses and mules ss 

E Exchange av. 
Downey James C, medicine mnfr 1600 

Evans av. 
DOYLE: DA.VIKL. M (Lattlniore. Cum- 
mings, Doyle ii Bouldin), Lawyer 300^2 
Main. (See adv in L/Cgal Blue Book 

Dept.) 
Doyschen B & Co (Bernard Doyschen). 

clothing 1006 Main. 
draki:-bra.\m M constri ctio.n 

CO, Wni B Drake Pres. H M Brannum 

Vice-Pres. Sec and Treas, General Con- 

tractor.s 306-307-30S Moore Bldg. 
Draughon Realtv Co (James W Draug- 

hon). 611 1; Main. 
Drinkard Jonathan H, general store 301S 

Ave F, Poly Hts. 
DRUSIM Sl::ii:D & FLOR.\I. CO (Cniiital 

$100,000). AVm Bryce Pres. Morris E 

Berney Vice-Pi-es. Robert Drumin Sec. 

Florists. Nurserymen and Seedsmen. 

Office and City Store 507 Houston; Nur- 
series and Greenhouses Riverside and 

Stop 4, Arlington Heights road. iSee 

adv in classified Florists.), 
Dr\"den John A, feed, fuel and ice 221 E 

21st, N Ft W. 
DU BOLS FRANCES R, Aeent Dunimra 

Window Svstem and Attachments 113 

E 4th. 
Du Bose Lennard H, real est and ins 209 

W 8th. 
Duchich & Co (Savo Duchich. Obren Mil 

inich), confrs 609 Houston. 
Dudlev C S mngr The Dudley Mercantile 

Agencv 411 First Xatl Bank bldg. 
DUDLEY FKKDERICK J. SIkoh, Ab; 

Kind, 9').'> ('(jniineree. (.See -page 419.) 
DUDLEY JIERC.VNTILK A«iE\CY 'I'llE, 

C S Dudley Mngr, Collections and Ad 

justnients 411 P'irst Natl Bank Bldg. 
DIGGER W C JH, Sec The Amerlcon 

Home Life Ins Co, Houston cor 8th 
Duke "W Harry, baker 1124 S Jennings av 
Duke & Ayres (Dallas). George 

Steely mngr. notions 307 Houston. 
DL.\ R G <& CO. "The Slereautlle Ateuo 

W J HoM-ard Mngr 401-404 Dan Wag- 
goner Bldg. (See bottom edge and left 

top lines. I 
Dunagan Thomas JI, phys 2801 W 27th 
Duncan C B & Son (Clarence B and 

Frank H), clothes clnrs 301 N Elm 
Duncan Michael R, sewing machines 306 

Houston. 
Dundee Woolen Mills, E Jack .\dams 

mngr, tailors 611 Main. 

DVMiAii ^v^^D()^v system and .\t- 

TACHME\T.'S. Frances R Du Bois 

Agent, Weather Strips 113 E 4th. 
Dunklin Irl.y, associate justice Court 

Civil Appeals, 2d Supreme Judicial Dist 

Court House. 
Dunn Bascom H, I'eal est 501% Main, 
Dunn Lucius C, grocer 1716 Bryan av. 
Dun woody & Mahan (Elijah I>uiiwood,\- 

Eugene Mahan), giocers 1000 Peter 

Smith. 
DIRH.\>I EVA J, Public SteuoKroiiber 

and Notary, Depositions and Bank 

ruptcv Proceedings a Si'Ociaity, 412 

First Natl Bank Bldg. 
Duringer, Morton &. Duringer (Wm A 

and Wm C Duringer, Goodridge V 

Morton, phys .11 5 1;. ^lain. 
Durrett-Vincent Furniture Co (capital 

.58.'>.0OO), J M Vincent pres. H M Dur 

rett vice-pres and treas, E D Grove 

sec, 800-802 Houston. 
Dworkin Bros (Bernard, Hyman aVid Jo 

seph), shoes 305A Jlain, clothing 405 

Main. 
Dworkin Hyman, shoes 117 E Exchange 
Dworkin Joseph, 2d hd goods 113.\ and 

211 Main. 
Dver Quimbv, real est 503 F & M Natl 

"Bank bldg. 
DYER ROIIERT .\, Pr<>|«r Yeliowntonc 

Bar 1615 .Main. Phone Lamar CiTiOO 
Eagle George K. ilaivy. Riverside 



Eakle Hira.m P, insurance 312 F & M Natl 

Bank bldg. 
Earl Ralt(h. dair>*, Arlington Hts. 
Earls B'rcd, propr O K Tailoring Parlor 

910 Jones. 
EASTBROOK II.\R, Fred Cox MuliHgrer, 

409 Main. (See iiage lo:;.) 
Eastham George W, rn\'s and drugs 105 

E Exchange a v. 
E.VSTl S CLYDE O (BflMkin, Dodgre & 

Eastus), L.awyer 214'o .Vlain. (See 

adv in Legal Blue Book Deiit.) 
Eaton John G. ger,l agt Missouri State 

Life Ins Co of St Louis. Mo, 407 F & M 

Natl Bank bldg. 
Echols inien J Mrs, grocer 306 W 12ih. 

N Ft W. 
Eckert Nathan, tailor. 3116 Main. 

ECLIPSE i,ivi:ry ,\\n hoarding 

ST.ABLES, Cantrell Bros I'roprs, 310- 
312-314 Throckmorton. 
Edd.v Earl Ii, dairy. Riverside. 
Edeibrook Harness Co (Joseph A and 

Frank E Edelbrock), 1505 Houston. 
Edwards Anthony Z, grocer 2261 8th av, 
Edwards I B & Sons (Isaac B, I Land and 

J Filial'), horses and mules 126 W 

25th. N Ft W. 
EDWARDS JOHN T, Real Estate 311 Vi 

ilain. 
Edwards Joseph T, dentist 405 Ft Worth 

Xatl Bank bldg. 
Edwards Kate Q, nhys 513 '.; Main. 
i-Idwards Nettie Mrs, employment agcv 

314 U Main. 
Edwards P H Co (Patrick H Edwards), 

ins and bonds 417 Ft Worth Natl Bank 

bldg. 
Eggleston Don F, grocer 700 Samuels av. 
Eilenlierger H Rudolph, blksmlth 1317 

N Jlain. 
ELsenmenger Otto F. restr 605 Main. 
F^itelmann & Son (Michael A and Ed- 
ward F), blksmiths 601 W Railroad av. 
Elder John M. dentist, 703 '-.. Main. 
Eldredge & Gilmartin ( Wm L Eldridge, 

Michael Gilmartin), contrs 313 Moore 

bldg. 
Eldridge Aaron, cigars 906 Houston. 
Kldridge Gustavus D, printer 1443 N 

-Main. 
Klectra-Toyah Oil Co (cai)itKl J30,000), 

.lohn Scharbauer j^res, L J.-imeson vice- 

prt's ant.] sec 705 Flatiron bldg. 
Electric Studio. Mitchell Plskenasy mngr, 

photogrs 1309B Main. 
Elias Charles, grocer 1505 Calhoun. 
Elias David, cigars 203.\ E 15tli, 
ELKS' CLllI, R D Hunter See, 7tb eor 

Lamar. 
Elliott ^\'m E, county tax collector. Court 

House. 
Ellis Guv R. agent Southland Life Ins 

Co, 412 F & M Bldg. 
Ellis James M, real est 201 Western Natl 

Bank bldg. 
Ellis Leon R. grocer 209 E Belknajv 
ELLISO-V FIRXITIRIO « CARPET CO 

KJapital 5100,000). T B i:ilisnn Pres. 

■W E Cole Vice-Pres. H L ilendritk 

Sec and Treas, General House Kurng 

Goods, Wholesale and Retail, 209-215 

"W 7th, 
Ellison George, florist 1226 S Henderson, 
F;LHST0\ SASI H, I'ronr <;rniiil Opera 

Bar 401 Main. 
El.\" Garage (Edward A and Mause ^* 

Elv). 409 Commerce. 
E.MERSO.V R H * CO (R Henry Emer- 
son, Steel and Copjjer Plat*^ I'^narav- 

ers, Plate Printers and 1-^nibossers. 

nOfii.i Main. 
Empire Co The (James L Stephenson 

mngr loans lOS W 14th. 
Engler Adolf, clothing 107 llonstim 
Eivteriirise . nrriage .Shop (Olaf P Rudd. 

Sam P Schmitt). 210 \V 15th. 
Epps Joseph \V, dravage J5I0 Houston, 
EPPSl'EIN I. .Vr SO> (Mlltiin I, E|>|ii<trl:i I. 

Wholesale Wines, l^iiiuors ami t.'ikais 

814 Throckmorton, 
!;|)stein R & .Son (Kaidiael .and Mo.«es), 

grocers 705 Miignolia av. 
Epworth Stock Fartn, Al L Eppstein 

owner, 814 Throckmorton. 
Erlsman Bros (.l'>hn H and Richard Vi, 

bakers 1302 Lake 
Erismali Fred R. grocer 1300 Lake. 
Erwln J W Transfer Co. II C White 

mngr, T * P Pass depot. 
Essex Wintield S, l;iw\er 110 l-^ Sth. 
E.stes George K. feeri l(;i)5 Houston 



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lOstill Wallis. ri'al ost -Jdg Biishong bids. 
I'ureka Floor Sweep Co (Mrs E D In- 

liiinnK IT'll* S Adams. 
1:1 RV /.Kill »,.l\ .1, I'ropr Fort Worth 

Welding ijo, 413 Throckmorton. iSee 

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KV.\XS .V N & CO <Aliaer X F.vaDx), Real 

K.state and Loans 905 First Natl Bank 

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lOvans Charles, real est TOSH Main. 
rcvans Charles A, electrn 1403 Houston. 
I'^vans Frank J, installment goods 111 

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Kvans James A, roal est 19 Dundee bldp 

i';vA»-MO>TAGrt; commission c«». 

A D Kv.ins Pres, John D.ver Vice-Pres. 
Wm J Kico Sec, Live Stock Commission, 
Live .Stock K.vchange Bldg. 
Evans-Snidei-Buel Co. Robert H Brown 
mntrr, live stock coinmission 211 Live 
Stock Exch bldsr. 
Evans Wm U lawyer (11th fl) State Natl 

Bank bidcr. 

Rwell Henrv C. grocer 411 W Oleander. 

KW'BLI. & McDonald <J Heath Fnell 

.(r, Durvvard .McOonald). Lawyers 400- 

401 Reynolds Bids. 

Kxchanse Hotel, Charles Ellas propr, 

1500 Jones. 
Exchange National Bank The (capital 
$50,000), V S \Vardla%v pres, A J Long 
vice-pres. Daniel E Lydick cashr, 101 
Main. 
Exchange Tailoring Co (J B Schouweller, 

O P Hilscher), 106 W Exchange av. 
K.XMVF.-RKIMKRS COMPANY T H F, 
(Inc), C 1) Keimers Pres and Genl 
Mngr. M P Exline Vice-Pres, T N Col- 
lier Sec-Treas, Manufacturing Station- 
ers, Lithographers, Printers, Emboss- 
ers, Book Binders, Dealers in OfTice 
Sup()Iies and Furniture, .Main Office 
and Plant Fort Wortli. cor W Daggett 
av and Hemphill. Retail Stores 611 
Houston St. Fort Worth, and Com- 
merce cor Poydras Sts. Dallas. (See 
front cover and adv opp.) 
Exum J W & Co (Joseph W Exum) 

cigars 1002 JIain. 
Fain Robert A, lawyer 510 F & M Natl 

Bank bldg. 
F.\IR THK, F 'V n Solicrmerhorn Co 
Proprs, Department Store 600-602 
Main, 601-7 Houston. 
Fairbank N K Co The (Chicago, 111) 
llavmond H Lt-.ster State mngr, soap.s 
20S Jlovnolds bldg. 
KAIRHIRST WM B, DlMt Mncr 1 nited 
States Healtli & .Occident Insurance 
Co. 1)12 First National Bank Bldg, 
(.See page 411.) 
Fairmount Land Co (capital ?20,000), B 
L Waggoman pres. Wm Kryce -sec and 
trea.s, 90!) Throckmorton. 
Eairview Land & Cattle Co (capital $30,- 
000), Claude C Hayes pres and genl 
mngr, Wm Capps vice-pres, W B 
Townsend sec and treas 205-8 Flatiron 
bldg. 
F4KKS & COMI'AW (Inc), Kilivaril I. 
White i'res. George E Cowden Vice- 
Pres, Louis B Brown Jr -Sec, F A Mar- 
tin Treas, Wholesale and Retail Furn- 
iture 1619-162.? Main, 1618-1622 Com- 
merce. 
Famous The (Inc), (capital $25,000), H 
L Goodspeed (ires, G B Goodspeed sec 
and treas, shoes T09 Houston. 
FANT I.,KO.\ B (.Mc<i««vii, Faiit * Mc- 
Gown), Lawyer 802 State Natl Bank 
Bldg. (See adv in Legal Blue Book 
Dept.) 
Farlev W T (New York), Joseph I" 

Lynch mngr, clothing 404 Houston, 
Farmer Clarence E, lawyer 510 Reyn- 
olds bldg. 
FVI«>lf-:R KIIFDKUICK A, I"r«-» Farm 
or's Busine.''--! College. Mitchell-Greer 
Kldg. 
FARMER FRKDKRICK A MR.S. Sec- 
Treas Farmers' Business College, Mit- 
chell-Greer Eldg. 
F.VR.IIKR'S BISIVKSS COI.LKOK, F A 
Farmer Pres, Mrs F A FarnuT Sec- 
Treas, Mitchell-Greer Bldg. Branch 
Schools af Greenville and Mineral 
Wells. (See right top lines and page 
406. 1 
FABMKRS' KDICATIONAI. AND CO 
OI'F.RVTIVF, IMON OF 'I'UX.IS. Peter 
Radford Pres. W r> Lewis iTopsy, 
Tex) Vice-Pres. C Smith .Sec-Treas 
BuHliong Bldg ror lid anil Main 



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Busii,\" mngr. 



Farn\ers' tJi'ocer 
103 N Houston. 
FARMKRS- HAII> lOXCHANfiK TIIK, O 

L Wilson Genl .Vgt. Hail Insurance on 
Growing Crops. 419-421 Cotton Ex- 
ciiange Bldg. 
FARMERS' I NDIORWRITERS, O L 
Wilson Genl .Vgt, Fire Insurance, 419- 
421 Cotton Excli Bldg. 
F.VRMERS' &• .^lECH.V.MCS' NATION.Vl. 
B.V.Mv (Capital $300,000), Ben O Smith 
Pres, Jes..ie T [Vmherton .\ctive Vice- 
Pi'es. George E Cowden and Henry W 
Williams Vice-Prest. Benjamin H 
Martin Cashier, Graham P Stewart. 
David Boaz and Luther M Manchester 
Asst Cashiers. Main nw cor W Tth. 
(See page 402. > 
FARMERS* & JIECHANICS' N.VTION.^I. 
B.^NK Bl II.DINO. Farmers' Ai Me- 
chanics' National Bank Owners. Roy 
D Owens Mngr. Office 207 F & M Natl 
Bank Bldg, 716 Main. 
FARMERS' * MECHANICS' S.VLOON, 
Wm W Merrett Propr. Wines. Liquors 
and Cigars 104 E VVeatherford, Both 
Phones 658. 
Farr Jeannette F Mrs. stenogr 114 E 7th. 
Farrar Field, dentist 411 Reynolds bldg. 
Farris Allen M, grocer, Douglas, Forest 

Park. 
Fashion Shoe Co (capital $5,000), E S 
Mayer pres. R J .Mayer vlce-pres. Max 
K Maver sec. 703 Houston. 
Faubion" Beaxilah Mrs, grocer 122 Fahey. 
Federal '1 • -raph Co (San Francisco, 
Cal), Clavton J Hyde dist mngr, wire- 
less telep-raph station nr Stove Foun- 
dry rd, Brooklyn Heights. 
Feregar Caesar, mntg jeweler 912 Vi 

Main. 
Ferrel-Saunders Co. T B Saunders pres 
and treas. R S Ferrel vice-pres, F P 
Buckeridge sec. medicine mnfrs 1300 
Main. 
Fidelity Trust Co (Inc), .T E Willis pres. 
J G Wilkinson vice-pres. Ed P Wil 
Uams sec. 714 Houston. 
FIDELITY \M> DEPOSIT CO OF M.VRY- 
I, \ND, G W Hollinssworth .\gt, F & 
M Bank Bldg. J U' -Mitcbell & Cr 
.Vgts 214 W 7th; Glen Walker & Co 
ins Agency, .Agts 111 NV 6th. 
Field-Lippnian Piano Stores, Thomas H 

Wear local mngr, 610 Houston 
FIELD * CL.VRIvSON <E Stanley Field, 
Wilev G Clarkson), Architects 601 and 
614 Wheat Bldg. 
Fincher John u, cigars Seibold Hotel 
Finlev Lucius R. tailor 906 Jones. 
Firestine John N, coal 362 .'» Boaz. 
FIRST NATION.\L H.\.NIv OF FORT 
WORTH THE (C'apital and Surplus 
$1,500,000), ■^S" V. Cunnell I'res. T B 
Yarbrough Vice-Pres, R D Gage 2d 
Vice-Pres, W P .\ndrews Cashr. R C 
Martin Asst Cashier, ne cor Houston 
and 7th, Tel Lamar 3620. 
First State Bank 4i Trust Co (inc), VV m 
Reeves pres, 306 Dan Waggoner bldg. 
First Texas State Insurance Co (Galves- 
ton). Daniel T Davis supt, 410 F & M 
Natl Bank bldg. 
Fischer's I'o The (capital $5,000), Brown 
Harwooil iires. Julius Fischer sec and 
treas. milliners 503 Houstoi:. 
Fish George T. signs 114 W 8th. 
Fish Wm H. je«ek-r 10)6 Houston. 
FISHIH UN'S DVEIMi * <>UV CLEAX- 
INti CO, W B Fishburn Pres, W B Pad- 
dock Vice-Pres. ,\. G Hansen Sec, J W 
Wright Treas, cor E tth and Com- 
merce. (See page 405.) 
Fitwell Artificial Limb Co, H G McCul- 

lough mngr, 109 '/i W Uth. 
Fitzhugh Wm B, real est 209 First Natl 

Hank bldg. 
KIXIT SHOP, \V E -MarxhMli Propr, Mo- 
torcycle, Bicvcle, Phonograph and 
General Repairing. Key Fitting and 
Lock Reiiairing-. Baby Buggies He- 
paired and R.--tlred. Saw Filing and 
Knife Grinding. 10S.\ E tth. Boll) 
Phones 1, '.«:;. 
I'I.EET (;E0I«<;E C, Propr "IMI" llnr IIOO 

.Main, and Pullman Par lUDD .Maiii. 
Fleet Wm C, grocer .''.O'.i W Weatherford 
Fleet W C & Co (Wm C Fleet., cigar 

mnfrs 211 B W .Sth. 
I'leischmann Co of Cinoinnali. '1. Rob- 
ert .N' .Marlow agt. \east mntrs 415 
( "omtTierce 



FI.E*U.\<; HKIIVUK H, < oiirt Keporler 

and Public Stenograplier to.'i Denver 
Bldg. (See adv In classified Stenog- 
rapliers — Public.) 
Fleming ,& Roberson. W L Boa/, mngr, 

real est 208.A. K lltb. 
Flenga & Riza (Jolm Flenga. Jesse 

Rlza), restr 113 N Houston. 
Flint & Walling Mntg Co. Wm L .\vm- 
trong mngr. wind mills .'>;; Jennings. 
FH)l HNOV. SMITH & STOllER (Rob- 
ert W Flournoy, Leroy .\ Smith. 
'^Vebster Storer). I-awyers 2d Floor 
Continental Bank Bldg, 
Flowers Royal G, vet sur.g 315 Main. 
Flo-A'ers Wm A, restr 211 W inch. 
Floyd Henrv M, contr 23T5 V(ckery l)Oul. 
Flovd James R. phvs 2407 N Main. 
Fly W C & Co (Wm C Fly), real est 210 

W 7th. 
Flynt .\rchie W. contr 834 Monroe. 
Forbes Mary L Mrs. grocer 1020 E ITtb. 
Forest Benjamin E, restr Forest Park 

boulevard. 
Ford Hugh C. investments 213 Western 

.N'atl Bank bldg. 
Ford J Frank, grocer 1617 Crump. 
FORM-RISSELI. CO (Max \V Form. 
James F Russtll), Plumbers and Tin- 
ners. Hot Water and Gas Fitting. .\11 
Work Guarat(teed. 600 Commerce. 
Phone Lamar 1356. 
Forrester Hutli. cigars 701 Main. 
Forsvth M H & Co (Miles H Forsyth. H 
E i'mbeiihour), druggists' sundries ■<42 
Monroe. 
Fort Worth Anzeiger (weekly). .Alexan- 

iler Glitkv i.ublr. IflH lO Oleander. 
FORT WORTH .\RT (Jl.ASS CO, C O 
Newman MiiHr, .\jt (ilass. Mirriirs and 
Decorated Window.; 20!' S Jennings av. 
(See page 101.) 
FORT WORTH AilTIFICIVL l,l>lll lO. 
David I-; Hedgecock Pro)>r. Makers of 
Artificial Limbs and Braces 1115A 
Houston. (See arlv in classified .\lti- 
ficial Limb Mnfrs.) 
FORT WORTH ASSt>CI.\TIO V OK 

CREDIT Ml';\, 1." C Di-ake Pres, Henry 
lOlbert Vice-Pres. Marcus .M Bright 
Treas, Henr.\' C I'.urke Jr Sec. George 
Q McGown .Mngr. .\djustment Bureau. 
McGown. Fatit iKr ..Mei ;i>w n Counsel. Sii2 
State Natl Bank bUlg. 
Fort Worth .\uto K.KCbange (Lee W 
Scruggs. H G Savage. W -V Mc(_'aslln). 
101-5 <,'omm.ei-ce. 
Fort Worth Belt Hy Co 1 Ino. Wm B 
King vice-pres and genl mi'.^r. '1 V,' 
.Matthews sec and tr'-as. N F'. Worth 
FORT WOIITII UOILEK WOHK><. Wm 
Richmond .Mngr. .Mnti-s Boil, rs. Tank.s. 
Smoke Stacks. Sheet Iron Work. P.e- 
l)airers. Etc. ne cor .N' Main and W 
North -'d. (See |iage 40::.) 
Fort Worth Brass Works ( Duncan Liv- 
ingstone). IP) N <,'omnierce. 
Fort Worth Builders Su|.ply Co, J S 

Shaw genl mngr, 207 W 8th. 
Fort Worth Cabinet Works (Ray Jones, 
K L (iiUentine). turn too S Jennings. 
Fort Worth Cat rlage Works 1 Charles 

Rodstrom. Herman .lahn). 3')5 iz Sth 
FORT WORTH CHA^IIIER OF CO.>I- 
MERCE, K (.- McCorniack Sec, 5tli cor 
Throckmorton. 
FORT WORTH CHEESE <& COM.'»IIS- 
SION CO, T H .Mueller Propr, Whole- 
sale and Retail Cheese and Delicates- 
sen 1304 Houston, Tels C)ld 60>>6, New 
1414. 
Fort tVorth City Water V.'orks, L H 

P.lanke comnr. Cit>' Hall. 
Fort Worth Cleari)ig House .\ssn, S D 

Trirdett sec and treas. 614 Main 
FORT WORTH (Lilt, W H Pnil.lock 
Pres. E H Bewlev Vice-Pres. W K 
Ebaugh Sec. Ben H ilartln Treas, Sth 
nw cor Miiin. 
Fort Worili Coffee Co (Frank Pinto), 

Van Zandt add. 
Fort Worth Cotton Oil Mill, Loul." C 
IChle propr. nw cor Decatur av Belt 
Line Ky, Dianujnd Hill. 
Fort Worth Dallv Court Reporter. 
c.eorgi.i KoUlns puhlr. 503 First .N'citl 
B.ink bldg. 
Fort Worth Dallv Live Stock Reporter, 
Reporter Pub Co publrs, 121 E Ex- 
chang" av. 
Fort Worth-Denton Traction Co. E E 
Baldrldge [ires. Vlex.inder Sjiears sec 
.in. I treas. !itli 1I SInie X.-.tl F^ni.k l.l.l.r 



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Fort Worrh Development Co. John C 
Ryan [ires. H A Jurtci -iec, .Tolin C Ryan 
Ir 'treas. !06 Ft Worth .\";itl Hank bUic. 

Fort Worth Illevators t"o The (capital 
$250,000). Tule G Smith pres. .John 
Schmidt vice-pres, W P Ingraham sec- 
treas, 1510 E 1st. 

Fort Worth Feather Factory (Hal Sel- 
lars). (eatiier goods 1401 W Sth. 

Fort «"orth Fish Market ( R C Richards 
(Waco). Lundy 1. ZieKl>Ti. 28B Jen- 
ning;.«> av. 

Fort Wortli Freigiit Rureau. R O Mc- 
Cormaclc sec and traffic ninsr. Ben (i 
Smith treas, cor .">th and Tlirockmor- 
ton. 

Fort Wortli Garbage Co. Robert H Orr 
mnKr. sanitary conlrs "OS W DaK.?ett. 

Fort Worth Oas Co (capital tS00.()0O). 
(leoree W Armstronsf pres. .\I W Bahan 
vlce-pres, O K Shannon sec. Noah 
Harding^ trea.", C W Sears mngr. 1001 
Throckmorton. 

Fort Worth Grain & Cotton Ilxchanse. 
T G Moore pres, W W Manning treas. 
E B Wooten sec. .^d ft Cotton Exch 
bide. 

Fort Worth Grain & Elevator Co (M M 
E^aii. J R Stltt. F W Rayne), 100 S 
Boaz. 

Fort Worth Grocery Co F P Pendery 
mngr. 1406 Houston. 

Fort Worth-Hardin Porous Tile Co (cap- 
ital $10,000). J L Pennington ores. .1 V 
Burks sec and treas. C T I-e Mond 
genl rT)ngr. brick and tile mntrs 3 
Wheat bldg. factorv Stove Foundry rd 
and T & P Ry tracks. 

Fort Worth Hay Co (Frank A Officer). 
101 S Boaz. 

Fort Worth Heavy Hardware Co irap- 
Ital $.".5, 000). George U' Whyte pres, C 
R Van (jieson sec-treas. 1605 Com- 
merce. 

Fort Worth Home Investment Co (caji- 
Ital $40,')00), W G Xewby pres. G H 
Colvin vice -pres. T ['• Freeman .sec 
and treas. :j23 Western Xatl Bank bldg. 

Fort Worth Horse & -Mule Co (M G 
Whittington, Roy Jackson), ss E Ex- 
change a\. 

FOHT WORTH inO\ <t :>IKT.\I, CO, U 
i'ersky & Son Froprs, Dealers in Scrap 
Iron, Metals, Rubber. Rag-s, Bones and 
Bottles, Omce and Yards 20S E 4th, 
Phone Rostdale 1649. 

KOIIT UOUTH l,AI>OHAT()HIF,.»i THK, 
B Porter, 1! S, Ch E. I'res. U H .W.- 
ham, Ph C, Sec, Consulting, Analytical 
Chemist.s and Chemical Engineers 
204Vi liouston. (See right top line? 
and adv in classified Chemi.-as. i 

Fort Worth Land Co. J C Rvan pres, H 
A Judd .-^ec. J C Ryan Jr treas. 306 Ft 
Worth Natl Bank bldg. 

Fort Worth Laundry (Ernest Cloud), 600 
W Weathertord. 

FOnT WOKTH I.KTTKR «.<». Fannie 
Gray Mngr, Addressing, Multigraphing 
and Fac Simile Letters and Public 
Stenographers 50S-50a First Natl Bank 
Bldg. 

FORT WOHTH LIKE I\.><1 R\\<K CO 
(Capital $105,130), -N' H Lassiter Pres 
Vr J W Irion Active \'ice-l'res and 
Medical E'irector, W G New-by Vice- 
Pres. Paul V Montgomerv Sec and 
Actuary, J T Pemberton Treas. Dr 
Bacon Saunders Consulting ^ledical 
Director, ne cor Otli and Houston. (See 
rljrht bottom, lines and page 412.) 

Fort Worth Lime WorKs (Jacob Hier- 
holzer). 1613 Kennedy. 

Fort Worth-Louisiana Oil Co. Coke W 

Harkrider mngr. 702 Flatiron bldg 
Fort Wortli Macaroni Co icai'ital $25.- 
000), ,John B Laneri pres, .Nathaniel 
T Mazza vice-iires, Louis Birocchi 
treas, 108 E Park. 
Fort Worth Marble & Granite V.'orks (M 

J Wells), cor N JIain and 2d. 
Fort, Worth ?.larket Co (Inc). F ^V .Ax- 
tell priis, W S Essex sec, W A Darter 
trea.s. 214 W 2d. 
Fort Worth Mattress & Comfort Mnfg 
Co (capital $30,000). .Max Everslierg 
vlce-pres and genl mngr. l'.(00 Vick- 
ery hlvd. 



Four UOK'I'II MKCII WIC \l, t O. II .1 

Bryant Miigr. iliitrs of Brass. Bronze 
and Aluminum Castings, General Ma- 
chine and Automobile Repairing. 233 
W 13th. Tel Lamar 14S9. (See page 
407.) 
Fort Worth Milk Cow Market (S M 

Lawson). 1111 N" Franklin. 

FORT AVORTH MOM MKVTM. tVORKS, 

Calvin S Knott X- Son Proprs. .Marble 

and Granite Work 107-111 B Belknap. 

Fort Worth Museum of Art. Mrs M P 

Bewley pres. Mrs Charles Scheuber sec, 

Carnegie Public Library bldg. 

Fort Worth Music Co (iirs E S Par- 

num). 610 Houston. 
FOHT ^VORTH >ATIO.\.\L HANK THF, 
(Capital and Surplus $1,500,000). K At 
■\'an Zandt Pres. N Harding Vice-Pres. 
R L Ellison Vice-1'res. IClmo Sledd 
Cashr. R E Harding. E B Van Zandt 
and W M Massie .\sst Cashrs. nw cor 
Main and 5th. Tel Lamar 66ft7. 
Fort Worth Novelty .Advertising Co. J W 

Milner sec. 800 Throckmorton. 
Fort Worth Oil & Gas Co (John Schar- 
bauer, T B Owens, R H Harle, Frank 
Tomlinson, W J Funkhouser), 414 
Main. 
Fort Worth Packing Co (Inc). T F 
Maurin pres, E W (Iruendler vice-pres, 
R N Dumhle sec and treas, 30i) E 22d. 
North Ft Worth. 
Fort Worth Paper Co, B B Sterling 

mngr. 237 "^' 13th. 

FOHT ^VORTH l»\TTF.R.\ WORKS. 

Charles J Henrich I'lopr. 517 E Front. 

(See right bottom lines and page 415.) 

FORT ^VORTH I'I,.\-M.\C; >IIL.I.. CO I Wm 

H Norris. Joseph I' Connellev), Planing 

Mill, Sash, Doors and Blinds 1312 N 

-Vdams. 

Fort Worth Post The (weekly), (irady 

K Rutledge publr. 26 Dundee Iddg. 
Fort Worth Pottery Co (Inc). .John 
Scharbauer pres, Ben P Brummett sec 
and treas. ws Decatur av i.. m n of Oil 
Mill. North Ft \Vorth. 
Fort Worth Power i: Light Co (capital 
$3.560,000 1. A J Duncan pres and genl 
mngr, George T Reynolds vice-pres. J 
W Mitchell sec. T B Yarbrough treas 
1001 Commerce. 
Fort Worth Produce Co (J E J Ford), 

23;)B w i::th. 
F^ort Worth Public Library Assn (Inc) 
W B Paddock lues. George W Steers 
sec. Carnegie Lihrar)' bldg. 
I'OHT WORTH I'l Ill.l-iHIV*; CO (l\C(. 
Louis J Wortham Pres. .\mmoii G Car 
ter Vice-Pres and Genl ilngr. Bertram 
N Honea Sec. Wm G Ne why Treas, Paul 
Waples Chairman Board of Directors 
Proprs and Publishers Fort Worth 
Star-Telegram S15 Throckmorton. 
Fort \Vorth Real Estate Exchange (Inc) 
Wintield S Essex [ires. J N Sligar vice- 
pres. F D Bovd see. L D Fox treas. 412 
F <t M Tiank bldg. 
Fort Worth Real Estate & Building Co 
(capital $201). 000). George Mulkey [ires 
.lohn ("' R\*an vice-pres. H .\ Judd sec. 
306 Fort Worth Natl Bank bldg. 
Fort Worth Record (daily). Tlie Record 
Co [)ublrs. cor 5th and Throckmorton. 
Fort Worth Relief -Assn, .Mrs .\I .\ Toy 
pres. O P Haney treas. .1 B Rawlings 
sec and mngr. 214 A\" 6th. 
I'ORT WORTH S\l,VA«;i': to (Capitnl 
$15.000 1, Charles .A. Cooiier Pres and 
Genl Mngr. General Salvage 114 W 
Front. I See [lage i 1 «. i 
FORT WOHTH SCRIMO.N < O, See .iKee 
Screen Co >>2I-H23 W Railroad av. (See 
adv in classified Screen Miifrs.) 
Fort Worth Shoe Co (Henry C Elliott). 

701 Houston. 
FORT WORTH .lOlTHKRX THAC- 
TIO.V <'0 (Capital $1,000,000). -M M 
l'liinne.\' (Boston. Mass l Pres. G H 
ClifTorfi .Mngr. Stone i",: Webster .Man- 
agement .Assn Genl Mrigrs. M F Mills 
Asst Genl Supt. Ravmond L Carroll 
.Asst Treas. W C Forbess .Asst -Mngr. 
H T Bostick Genl I'ass .\gt. K M Wat- 
son Claim Agt. C K llollender . Pur 
Agt. R E Critfiths Chi-f Clerk. K E .Nel- 
son El Ttrical lOngr. Genl Ottices 400 
Main Ticket (> dices too and 161X Main 
Flirt Wortli Sprinkling Co. R H Orr 
mngr. 70x W Daggett av. 



OUT WORTH ST.VR-TEI,F,<iR AM 

(Daily and Sunday), Fort Worth Pub- 
listiing Co Publrs. Throckmorton cor 
Sth. 

Fort Worth State Bank The (capital 
$100,000) L B Comer iires. W C Forbess 
vice-iires. Marcus M Bright cashr. 1612 
Main. 

FORT WORTH STK\M DYR WORKS. 
Richards Bros F'roprs. Dyers and 
Cleaners 107 E (Central av. Tel Pros- 
pect s;^■.'. (See [lage 406.1 

Fort Worth Steam Vulcanizing Co, J J 
Hooiier mngr, 1211 Commerce. 

Fort Worth Stock Yards (?o (Inc), R J 
Dunham [ires, E F Swift vice-pres. O 
W Matthews sec and treas. Wm B 
King genl mngr, 100 Live Stock Exch 
l)ldg. 

Fort Worth Stone Mill & Granite Works 
(David Hughes). 1401 X Adams. 

Fort Worth SuiMily Co The (capital $10,- 
000), F F Hughes [ires, .V D Hodgson 
sec and treas, Pllisha Moftitt mngr, 
s[>ortlng goods 613 Houston. 

Fort Worth Telephone Co. J P. Earle 
lues. B C Hyde vice-pres. E C Blo- 
nie.ver sec-treas. W M. Thomas local 
mngr. llth cor Throckmorton. 

FORT WORTH TKNT A .VWM\« CO. S 
D Hill Mngr. .Awnings and Tents 121 
S .lennings av. (See adv in cl.asslfted 
.Awnings and Tents.) 

FORT WOHTH TOI' F.VCTORV, J (i 
Meserole Propr. .\utomobile and (I"ar- 
riage Trimming and Harness Making 
'.lU.'i (^ommerce. (.^ee page 401.) 

Fort Worth Trust Co (liicl, Glen AValker 
pres. E K Collett sec and treas. real 
est Ulc W 6th. 

FOHT WORTH TVPEW RITF.R K.X- 
<H\><;f„ .Albert .V Griffith Propr. 
T>i>ewriting -Machines and Su[iplies 
1202 .Main. (Se adv in classified Type- 
^\riting Machines.) 

Fort Worth t 'ndertaking (^o. R C (^an- 
trell (ires. W C Cantrell vice-nres. J 
.A ShelUierg sec and treas. 1002 Mon- 
roe. 

FOHT WORTH VIAVI ftt. Mm Franc-en 
P L(irinier .Mngr. "Health and Hy- 
giene' 30!i Dan Waggoner Bldg. (See 
page 420.) 

Foi't SA'ortli Wa,gon Factory. M Sansom 
[ires. J A\' Mitchell vice-pres. Thomas 
B A'an Tu.v I sec and treas. 601-7 
Throckmorton. 

FOHT WOHTH W \ HFHOI SF <t Tit VNS- 
Ki;h (O (Capital $.".().i.i(ii) i. W D Harris 
I'les. .Af B Harris \ iiv-Tres. .\" Temiile 
Hi iris Treas and Genl .Aliigr. Robert 
;i Wilson Sec and Asst .AIngr. General 
Storage and Warehousemen Daggeti 
cor Calhoun. (See left bottom lines 



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FOHT WORTH WI'.I.OINti <0, /elinlon J 

l:iiiy Pnirir. General Welders 4 13 
Tliriickmorton. (See page 420, i 

Fort \\ortli VA'ell Alachlne (.'o (Inc I. .A H 
Herdman [ires. Mari-.\- W Williams st^-c 
and treas. 61 Jennings a v. 

Fort AA'orth L>i Denver City Ry D B 
Keeler vice-pres. A\' O Hamilton sec 
and treas. 506 Throckmorti^n. cit.v of- 
fice 613 Main. 

Fort AYorth <t Rio Grande Ry (Frisco 
Lines). C K AA'ynn div frt agt. Elmer 
Mitchell citv [lass and tkt agt. «14 
Main. 

Fort Worth * Tarr.ant County .Abstract 
(;o (Inci. Thomas 1) Ross jires. Hulda 
.A Zvlfe sec. E .A Douglass treas, 2d 11 
State Natl Bank bldg. 

Fosdlck E E it Co (Edwin E Fosdick. 
Charles W .Addlngton), real est 210 AV 
7th. 

Fosdick Plumbing & Heating Co i Pliny 
E Fosiliek. .lairies 10 Osburn), '.'(05 
Throckmorton. 

Foster Co The. It H Foster [ires, real est. 
First .Vatl Bank Bldg. 

Foster .lames It. grocer 60!) W Central. 

Foster .lohn ( '. cotton seed [iroducts 602 
Flatiron bldg, 

Foster .Joseph S. harnessmkr 34.A Jen- 
nings av, 

Foster Lee ( ). [iliys 1407'|. Main. 

Fosier \A' L. siiecial agt West.Tn Ins Co 
of Pittsburg. Pa. 303 Dan AA'aggoner 
bldg 

FOW l,i:it BROS I. X M) <0 (San .\n- 
tonio). Dillev *i liaibii Miigrs. J>and3 
.i12 Main, 



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Fo'.vler Robert, re.-str 1100 S Main. 
Fox Floyd H. auto liverv 401 Main. 
Fox Moriis ii. colifv ItilMA .Main. 
Fo.x Kicliard I', liorse dealer .'^s K.xchanf^e 
Frainpr Charles C. arocer 1014 Macon. 
Fraley Edward P. restr 205 K Belknap. 
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Blue Book Dept.) 
Francisco Perry FJ. state nmsr Milwau 

kee Beer Co. 50,1 Wheat bids:. 
FUAMvLIV I.II't; I.VSl Il.ANCK tO OP 

.Springfield. Ill Dobbs & Street C5enl 

-Vgts, Basement 514 Main. 
Frankrioh Kalman, Jd lid clothing 113 

X Houston. 
Franks .lacob. wood !161 R Rosedale. 
Franssens Charles L, real est .'ill F & M 

Bank bldtr. 
IK ASRR IIRK K CO (niilliiNl. Ul.|>lnv 

Rt>om, \V T .Jolins .Aat 100<l First Xatl 

Bank Bids. i .'^ee left side lines and 

ra.ife :;60.) 
Fraternal Bank & Trust Co (capital 

141.205). Tom Mason rires, Jolin W Mc- 

Kinney vioe-pres, Wni M Mcl>onald sr 

cashr, 401 E '.nh. 
FHATKltXAI, 1 \UnKTAICI.V<; .t I,IV- 

KIIY to THE (I.VCl, K C Houston Jr 

-MnKP. Undertakers and Liverv 417 K 

;ith. 
Frazee George S, plumber 127 S Main 
Frazeur .l.-sse L. denti.si 406 Moore bids 
Frazier .lolin R. phvs 101 i.. \V 20th 
Frazier & Blakeney (Charles H Frazier 

Jtihn R Blakeney). restr 80S Houston 
Fred & Co ilrc), -\ Fred pres and sec- 

tn-a..;. L Frt-d vice-pres, pawnbrokers 

1107 Main. 
Fieefield Louis, mngr Henrv Pollack 

Trunk Co. 1003 Main. 
Fieehold Pror.erty Co (Inc), Glen 

"\\ alker pre.s. E K Collett sec and treas. 

real est IllB T\' 6th, 
P'reeinan Henry W, cattle dlr 1-22 Live 

.Stock Exch bidff. 
Freeman & Wenzel (Francis O Freeman, 

.Julius Wenzel), restr 3106 Ave F. Polv 

Hts. 
French J V & Co (James V French), real 

est 114 "R- 8th. 
Friedlander & Harris (Jonas Friedlander, 

.\ M Hariis), cotton buyers 226 Cotton 

ICxch bldg-. 
Friedman > lock Co The, B Z Friedman 

pres 713B Main. 
Friedman Alorris, Clothinc: 110 \V 11th. 
Friedman Solomon A, 2d hd sroods 107 E 

11th. 
Frinni' Alexander M, cigars Metropolitan 

Hotel. 
Frisco Lines (North Texas), G H Schleyer 

vice-pres and trenl supt, C S Snow- 
auditor, L C Wilds sec-treas, W C 

I'reston peni frt and pass agt, J L 

Lockett jr atty. .Vusrust bide. 
Fruit Desiiatch Co (New York). David 

Finch res mngr, 412 Reynolds bldsr. 
Fulford & Son (John J and Wm), trans- 
fer 1703 Bessie, 
'■iiller Reuben, tailor 1507 Main. 
FM I.I.KR ROUI'.ItT C, Lawyer, 214M: 

Main. 
Full.-r Sidney J. lumbf-r Kill Hemidiill. 
Fullrr \V L A Co I Win L Fuller), real 

est n.'iii E n:xchange av. 
Fu^ia Lafc.yette u. grocer 702 r*enns>l- 

v;,ni;) .'iv. 
I'uiiiian .lohn M. phvs 309 Ft Worth 

Natl Hank l,}'\u. 



i'urinan & ()r;;;iin ( Seriin^;eour M 
man, lOuyene .M (,>i-u;i in ), real 
basement l<"lalirun IddK. 

Furniture Tracius: Co. Frank D' Martin 
mnKi*. house furn^s 510 Houston. 

Fyke Edgar U. phys 1407>i -Main. 

<i IHKKT .M r \KICI \(^l': UOKIvS l^le^cr 
(iabert), JInfrs Carriai;es ami Wag- 
ons and Auto Tops. I>ealei-s in .\utomo- 
biles and Accessories jind G*Mier.al 
Blacksmithing, 304-306-308 Throck- 
morton. 

Gaines Bros (F M and W A) 
806B Throckmorton. 

Grtithcr Felix Z. drugs 516 S Main. 

Uallouay Wilburne S. drugs 126 Decatur 
id. 

Gamble & Co (Edward Gamlde, John B 
-Matthews. W W Mcnoweli). grocers 
113 "W \v eatherford; meats 
Throckmorton. 

«;.\jii-:k crk.sckxt co (I\c>. 

Gamer Pres, Richard Viclcerv . 

I'rea, Wm T Pittman See, Wm \v Man^ 
ning Treas, Builders of Gas ProiJucer 
and Producer Gas Engines. (3alvan 
ized and Cypress Tanks. Deep Well 
Pumi) IVlachiner\', 'J'nnk Towers. Ma- 
chiner\' Repairers. Orhce and Factor,\ 
cor Elizabeth and S Virginia av, T~' 
Lamar 237. (See page 414.1 

Garcia Francisco, restr 1S03 Calhoun. 

Gardner James, clothes clnr 119 W 25 

Gardner John F, cement contr 608 
I'eter Smith. 

Gardner Willis E. grocer 2803 Azle av 

Garretson Co (Charles J Garretson). 
plumbers 1211 Houston 

Garrison Ferando G, dentist 410 Flat- 
iron bldg. 

Garvey \\'m B, real est 205.\ Main 

Gassavvaj" Eugene G, medicine mnfr 
l^orter. 

Gatevvood Charles R, mdse broker 210 
W 7th. 

Gatlin Wm L jr, cattle dlr 
Exch bldg. 

Gause George L. undertaker 312 W 
^^'eatherford. 

Gavrel Bros (Thomas and Louis), shoe 
shiners 314 Main. 

(jay George i; Ui-alty Co ((Wurge B Gay) 
25 Dundee bldg. 

Gayle Wm R, dentist 205 Dan Waggoner 
bldg. 

Gem Theatre (John A Ford, Earl C Way) 
1404 Main. 

f;i;\i:RAi, Bi ir.URits sii'i 



bicycles 



1013 



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Tel 



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ts:ate 512 



Flor- 



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'\\'estern 



Gillibiiid ,V llaiu.MHl ,Tho::i,\: 

liind, Brown Fiar \\ ouri), real 

.Main. 
Gilinore Alfred, clothes clnr : 

enoe. 
Gilmore Jesse L. grocer 1304 ^ 
Gilmoie .Mari^uis r:, plus 317 

Natl Bank bldg. 
Giliien James W. drugs. IIOO V.' T:h 
(jilton Robert E. dentist 108 = , E :'th. 
Gilvin Wm J. real est 506':: Main 
Girard Joseph, urocer 2001 S:n .iv. 
(Jiroux Julius, restr 1508 Jones. 
Glass D HoUie. grocer 1415 N CoHimerce. 
<;l,ASS Hdl.sK ll\R, W l» riark Propr, 

1017 ^lain. I'li'ine Lamar o-j'".', 
Glenk Charles B, plumber ll'J S Jen- 



I Glover C 
L Trantham 



mnfrs agt 504 
P. adv novelT 



710 



23 Live Stock 



nitarl- 

401 

& M 

s 314 

mngr. 



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(Capital $10,000), L .-V Xi.hols Pres and 
Treas, J W Nichols Vi.e-lres. H .-\ 
Nichols sec, Builders' Supjdies, 101 S 
.JenniUiTS av. ( .S.-e pacr,- 404.) 

<iK>KR\L CO.NSTKLCTIOX CO, Joha H 
Hawlev Pres, John L Terrell ^'ice- 
I'res, .\ W Terrell Sec-Treas, H J 
Naylor .Asst .Sec-Treas, Paving Con- 
tractors 506 Farmers' & Jlechanics' 
Bank bldg. 

Gens T & Sons (Thomas. Nathan and 
Jla.x), grocers 650 Brvan av. 

Gentry Studio (Charles B Hall. Edward 
H Hoilen), photogrs .-,131!, Main. 

Georgaras Charles, shoe shiner 60SB 
Main. 

George Cornelius N, grocer 1508 Harding. 

George .fohn R. restr 113 S M.ain. 

George Wm L. drugs 101 W Exchange av 

George W L & .Son (Wm L and W Tav- 
lon, drugs 1415 E Front. 

(.lernsliacher Bros Co (capital $40,000) 
Henr.v (.Jernsbacher iires. .\aron H 
Gernsbacher vice-pres, Jake (ierns- 
b.acher sec and treas. crockery 5"'.^ 
Houston. 

Gholdston Frank, restr 1608 Jones. 

(.Jibbons Don, tailor 104 E 2d. 

Gibbons Hampton B, tinner 206 W 2d, 

Gibson John N. grocer 2714 .S Jenning.s 

Gies^^ Leo, phy.s :108 W 'Magnolia av. 
ILIIKRT l(r:.\.l.\:ill\ K, \Miulfsnle anil 
I'.etail Gasoline Sad irons, 1004 First 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Gilbert Louis G, Department Store 401 
H<,fUst(m. 

Gilbert Max. clothing 1500 Main. 

Gilbert Samuel, clothing 1315 .Main 

Giles Hnusen I), drugs 1805 Terry. 

Gillespie & .Smith (G W Gillcsiiie, Mike 
E Smith), lawvers 2 Dundee l.ldi;-. 

Gillilund, Harwooil & Smith (Thomas B 
Gillilatid Brown Ih.i H'ooil, Wm B 
Smi(li). ins 512 Main. 



nil: 

Glenn Bros Furniture Co 

Glenni, 1313 Houston. 
Glenwood Water Works. E 

propr. 1510 Stella. 
Glidewell M'm N. drnsrs 1421 Bessie 
Glisson ..^dolphus .\. !.-enl pass ag: Ft 'W 

& D C: Hy (.'o. 5th nvv- cor Tiiro. Kmorton 
Globe Produce it (.'ommission Co tcapi- 

tal $1,000). George .Vblon vres.- Ben 

.\bliui vice-pres. H li .Moore sec. 3u5 

W 'Weatherford. 
Goddard Arthur W, house mov,:r. River- 
side. 
Goddard Robert E L, phys 215 E ?■ "i 
Godley L Oscar, phvs Harris 

um. 1028 5th av. 
Godwin David ^V. cattle 'oTif-:'-r 

Burtiet, 
Goetz .-Vrthur S. 

Bank bldg. 
Goldberg Henry 

Mooi-e bhig. 
Golden Rule, Mrs Burton Star'r 

mi]liner\' 500 Houston. 
Goldgraber Land Co, Josenh Gob't-'raber 

mngr 120 W Eschanee av. 
Goldsmith Oliver M, grocer 108 W 2d, 

N Ft ■\\-. 
Goldstein Charles, grocer 2526 Clinton av 
Goldstein Jacob, clothing 1617 M.iin. 
Goldstein Max, riaunbroker 15143 Main. 
Goldstein Produce Co (Wm Goldstein), 

1412 Throc'Rmorton. 
Gonzales (Juadalupe, restr 207 

knap. 
Gooch T 51 & Son (Thomas M 

Piardx ). real est 40o Main. 
Goodle.x- Wm R, restr 300 E 22c 
dloe Peter H. lands ;ii-i.^ ;,i. 
(Goodwin James G. Fred W 

mngr. rygrain doors 224 Coi 

Iddg. 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co iT'allas), 

lames A Brannon mntir. 70'^ C^'mmerce. 
Gordon Louis. i,--ents' furn.gs. 15!5 Main. 
(iORKK & TIH\I:R inryant K «.oree. 

H Allen Turneii. Lavwers, 5ii'-]l-)5 

First Natl Bank BMir, 
Gorman Library. Mrs il C L G.'.rinan li- 
brarian, 1007 E Belknap. 
Goss Hotel. Lola Hunter propr 1211 'i 

^l.ain. 
Gotsis & Berres (George Gotsis. Thomas 

Berres). restr 1311 Main 
Grace James .M, optician 611'; Main. 
(Sracey Joseph A, phys 410 Flatir.m bldg. 
Grady Walter R. lawyer 507 Western 

Natl Bank bldg. 
Grarteo (Jeorge, grocer 717 E 17th. 
'Jraham Malcolm L, real est 20S "^V Sth. 
Gr.iham lUimulus N, real tstate 701 

^Vheat bldg. 
Grammer John F. dentist 202 Wheat 

bldg. 
Grammer N E (Estate). Robert M Cram- 
er mngr. drugs 100 Main, 
miner Robert B, ph.\'s li'O'; Main, 
Grand Hotel. l-Mwai-d I. HunteV propr, 

112 i; \\'catherf.,rd 
(;ll\M> OI'KK V II \K, Snui (I l.lllKKin 

Propr. 401 .Main, 
<iRA\i;s l-'KVMv U. \lt<irarv-Ht-I,a» 

.'0,s Ellison Bldg. 
Gra\'es Herbert, cattle rleab-r -''G Live 

Slock Kxch bldg, 

raves Wm .\. blksmith 1 S.M,Mr. 

Graves & Groves iF N Graves, (..hii S 

Gi-ove..^ I i-rinters 5i>4 (.'"innieice. 
liHW l-'\\MK A. MliKT Korl Worth 

l.iier Co, 50.S-505 First Na-.I Bank 

Pldir. 



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W. H. PUGH, Vice-President 



JOHN COPELAND, Secretary-Treasurer 



Marshall Brick Company, Annual Capacity 16,000,000 

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GKAV HAM K. llelll i:!»tute. I.«:iiit<, Mil- 

anil.l'asiialty Iiisuraiu-e. Selling Agt Jl 
C IviUi?%- i."i Co, Uniforms ami Supplies 
203 Wheat B\dg. 

Grav, Thompson i^' IFoore (Frank Gray. 
AVrn R Thompson, Robert ^\■ .Moore I, 
oculists 24-2;i Toiiraine l>hl^. 

Grav .14 Grav i Kzra C and Georse), Rro- 
ct-rs 315 E iith. 

CRAV A SMITH (Hnm K C.rny. CHIn F. 
Smith), General Insurance -U;J ^\'lleat 
Bids. 

Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co (New 
York), Clarence H Boyd mngr, 809 
Houston. 

Great Northern Kxpress (^o, A Lee Mc- 
Clelland ag-t. 611B Main. 

Greater Cliarles Ft confr 1416 N .Main. 

Greater Fort Worth Realty Co. R H Fos- 
ter sec. ba.-ement First Natl Bank bUljr. 
Natl Bank bids- 

Greatliouse George W. real est basement 
514 Main. 

GltRR.^ JAMES F, The Fellow Tbiit SelI-« 
The rooks. Old and New. 3i>ii Main. 

Green James H. ins 216 Western Natl 
Bank blile". 

Green Weslev B. florist 161.5 5tli av. 

Greene Robert L, real est 210 First Natl 
Bank bMs. 

Greene ^'ivlan, piano tuner 404 E 4th. 

Greenstein Lesser, shooting gallery 111,1 
Main. 

Greenwal! Phil W, lessee and mngr P.y- 
ers Op'=ra House 113 K Tth. 

Greenway Horace W, plumber 1310 Fair- 
mount av. 

eKF:E:N\vooi) ^v h i, wn en tiif. 

(Wm If and Samuel S Green\vood). 

Real E.-itate and Lands 201 Iian Wag- 

Roner Bid?. 
Greer Floyd H, srroc-er l(»itO Bessie. 
Gllf:F:R HAR1,KV \V, Tropr Clilh Cafe 

1603 K Front. 
Greer Hu.eh T, srocer 1012 Chambers av. 
Greer Oin^r C. photogr 15 Mitchell-Greer 

bldg. 
Gregory Richard 11, ice 1511 PMward. 
Gregory Tiiom.is E. confr 2421 .^zle av 
Greine.-< Dry Goods Co (.Jacob S Greines). 

1410 N Main. 
Greine.s Furniture Co (Myer and Mose 

Greinesi. ]:;32 N Main. 
Greve Ar.na M, phys 210 Dan Wasgoner 

bldg 
Grier .Joi.n .) News Service, G ^V Yandle 

mngr. 202 K ITtii. 
Griffin Phil H, furniture 1100 Houston. 
Griffin Ta.Ki & .\uto Liverr i. Tames H 

GrifRrn. lOT E 4th. 
iiKIFFITII AI.UKH-I' A. Propr Fort 

^^'o^th T.vpewriter Exchanue and Pan- 
ther Loan (?o 1202 IMain. ( .'^ee adv in 

classitied T">-pewriting Machines.) 
Gritflth Sainuel N. tailor 102 W Ex- 
change av. 
Grigsby L f:mery, grocer 400 E TIattie. 
Grigsby Milan H. grocer 2715 N :Main. 
Grigsby Samuel H. grocer 3600 Cliiiton 
Grig.sby Wni T. grocer 800 Cliff av. 
Grogar James .\, horses and mules ss E 

Exchang-' av. 
GROSBKRO IVF.R. I'Inno Tuner, Ilriml;;- 

er and Polisher 205 E 6th. (See adv in 

classified Piano Tuners.) 
Grosup .fosepli. grocer 2613 Clinton av. 
Gross Clothing Co. Moses Gross mngr. 

900 Houston. 
Grounds Laura E Mrs. restr 914 .Monroe. 
Grout Clothing Co (Mrs Mercv E Grout. 

Mrs Adifh Davis), 1014 Houston. 

gimra>tkf; F'l vn i.iff, \ssocia- 
Tioiv Of- OMMiA, m;iih\ska. Por- 
terfield & Wynne State Mngrs, 202 
Dan Waggoner Bldg. 

Guaranty .\bstiact & Title Co (Tnc). .\ H 
Klrhy pres. R T) (.'age vice-pres. John 
Tarlton sec and treas. Touraine bldg. 

Gudinsky Louis, clothing 1307 .Main. 

Guinn Robert L, grocer 150.'. (iould a v. 

Gulf. Colorado & Santa Fe Ry. R E 
Buchanan genl livestock agt. S (! 
Dicker^on coml agt, T P Fenelun city 
pass agt, 702 Houston, pass station 
E 15th and Jones. 

Gulf Pipe Line Co. A G Jackson sales 
agt. 707 First Natl Rank bldg. 

Gulf Refining Co. A G Jackson sales aet. 
707 Fir.^t Natl Rank hMc. 



R. teed and fuel 16('l 
N 



i;urley .lusel)!l 

Vickery blvd.. 

Hariileway Rochester, drugs 140 
Main. 

Haddock Oscar E, grocer 1020 S Calhoun. 

Haggard P'red .\, plivs 405 First Natl 
Bank bUlg. 

Hagler Jeff D, lands 52 Hotel Worth. 

Haizli]! Thomas J, drugs 915 Evans av. 

Hale & Grimes iJack Hale, Isaac W 
Grimes), grocers 2420 Clinton av. 

Haley O F Co (capital JlOO.OiiO). Oliver 
F Haley pres. Herman Lederman vice- 
pres J Walter Haley sec and treas. 
whol liquors 1501 Houston. 

Halff Co The. Dean W Reeder mngr, au- 
ton^obiles 515 Throckmorton. 

l-Ialiinirtou -\Iice. public stenogr 511 
First Natl Bank bldg. 

Hall Eugene, i.liys 6 Mitchell-Greer bldg. 

Hall Ewin P. phys 5i*S Flatiron bldg. 

Hall James R B. furniture 2904 .\ve E. 
Poly Hts. 

Hall Nicholas C. jeweler 909 Main. 

H.all Remedy Co ( Ira D Covey), medi- 
cine mnfrs 810 Main. 

Hall Wm P, transfer 1627 Main. 

Hall & Co, Mrs Marie C Boyle mngr. 
loans 416 Moore bldg. 

Haller Philip G. tailor 209.A. S Main. 

Halsell Furd. cattle breeder 1535 Penn- 
svlvania av. 

Halsell John R. cattle breeder 1315 El 
Paso. 

Haltom George W. jeweler 614 Main. 

Hamilton Harry, restr S03 E 17th. 

Hamilton James B, genl cOntr 1619 
\A'ashington. 

Hamilton-Levey Co (New York). Thomas 
C Russell mngr. clothing 513 .\(ain. 

Hamm Luther B. cattle dealer 223 Live 
Stock Excli bldg. 

Hamm Robert .A. cattle dealer 223 Live 
Stock Exch bldg. 

Hamman School Publishing Co. Blake 
C Hamman mn^r, school supplies 409 
\V 1st. 

Hammann Henrv, meats 902 Hou.ston, 

Hammond Walter T, grocer 20M K 12th. 
North Ft Worth. 

Hanby J Ijavid. horse dealer ss E Ex- 
change av. 

Handford J S Trustee (James S Hand- 
ford. James X Watkins), real est 401 
Flatiron bUlc". 

Handler .\Iorri<. dry goods 117 W fix- 
oliange a\'. 

Haney .\ndrew A. tinner 237.\ W 13th. 

Hannan-Hicke\" Bros ironstruction Co. 
F'atrick E Hicke>' mugr. cor [0 1st and 
Commerce, Nortii Ft Worth. 

Hanna.\". Frerichs or i^o (Herman Frer- 
iciis, N\'alter .M Ilanna.v). cotton ex- 
liorters 5th rl Cutt.u lOxch bldg. 

H.V\.SF,\ K(tllI-,I« T, lU-liI l^.ttatc 1M;J Kill- 
son Bldg. 

Haralson .lames JI. grocer 607 Pecan. 

Harbor Van, wagon yd 411 E Belknap. 

Hai-bison M G. confr Stove Foundry rd. 
IJrooklvn Heights. 

Hardin H ?I & Co (Henry H Hardin), 
lumljer 709 First Natl Bank bldg. 

Hardin W Able, feed and coal 205 W 
Melknar'. 

Harding Thomas C, restr 110 E loth. 

Harduigk Wilher F, real est ^10 First 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Hardy Co. II H Hardv [jres and mngr, 
advertising 283 W loth. 

Hare 1) S &: Co (Daniel S Hare), real 
est 400 Main. 

Hare & Dayton (Daniel S Hare, E C 
Davton). real est 400 Main. 

H.\II<;F.T'I' I;I,I/, MIKTII K .MHS, Chlro- 
l;ractor 60312 Main. 

Hargrt:)ve Lucinda. restr 1503.V Calhoun. 

Hargrove Robert \\~ real est 1 Dundee 
bldg. 

HarUey John F. grocer 2015 Cooper. 

flarUin John D, real est 24 Dundee bldg. 

Ilarkrider-Keith-(,'ooke (>.> (capital ?loo.- 
000), C E Harkrider pres, B 10 Keith 
vice-pres, W S Cooke sec-irea.s, whol 
fruits 1X01-09 Jones. 

II.VKI.K.VS-MI'liri.I.iOK JKV\F.I,I(V C<> 
c Henry B Haiies.~. Wm .\ Schuller. .1 
iOverett Sisson.i. U'lioP-sale and Re- 
tail .leHelers 405-406 Reynolds HIdg. 

Harmon Virgil E. c.mfr 1205 Mf.in. 

Harmon U'ln M. tinner 1208 .V Main. 

liarp Frank A. horses and Mules ss E 
lO.vcliantre av. 

Ilan.er .Mhert S. grocer 901 S .Main. 



Harper Claude o. phvs 309 Ft Wortli 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Harper & Co, Frank Shirley mngr, pno- 
tograpliers 120712 Main. 

Harris Charles H. phys 206 Western Natl 
Bank l)ld.g. 

Harris Chester F, dentist 222 Western 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Harris D.avid H. dentist 220 Western 
Ntal Bank bldg. 

Harris Harve\' J. gravel Rtversi'le. 

Harris Jesse W. real est 201 Mooie Idda'. 

H\l<lllS I, \M> SECl IllTIKS to (tnpi- 
tal $10,000). Charles W Harris Pr, s 
and Treas, M V Marshall Sec, Indus- 
trial Subdivision Properties I06 W »th. 
(See page 4 IS.) 

H.\KRIS X TiniPLK, Tren.M nud fJenl 
Mngr Fort ^\■orth Wareliouse iVt Trans- 
fer Co Daggett cor Calhoun. (See 
left bottom lines and )iage 420.) 

Harris Sanitarium. Charles H Harris 
surg, Lena -A. Hardin supt. 102S 5tli av. 

Harris & Burton (Maynard B Harris. 
James E Burton), lawyers 302 E" & Jl 
Bank bldg 

ir-\nRI>i * -»"Ol NO (M- D Harri.o. AV F 
Young). Attornevs-at-La%v 311I and 314 
F & M Natl Bank Bldg. 

Harrison Isam D, wagon yarti 311 A\' 
Weatherford. 

Harrison Mutual Burial .\ssn. S K Frost 
pres, (jcor.ge L Gause sec and treas, 
314 W Weatherford. 

Harrison Taylor H. restr 306 E lias-'gett. 

Harrison-Vernon Motor (^ar Co. Will il 
H.arrison pres. E R \'ernon vi.e-iires, 
vV G Newby sec-treas. 601 (■'otninerce. 

Harrison & Irwin (W P Harrison. K E 
Irwin), plumbers S32 Monroe. 

Hart James M, phys 14iio'2 N Main. 

Hart Walter H, millinei- 305 Houston, 

H-VKTXRTT (■ n <'<) (Till-; Ciiliitnl .•<1,'.(),- 
000), C D Ilartnett Pn s, W D c.irter 
and E H Martin Vice-Pres. Leo J Ilart- 
nett Sec and .\sst Treas. J P Ilartnett 
Treas, Wholesale Grocers. Prniiuce and 
Fruits 249 W 15th. Tel Lamar <-:\:',. 

Hartshorn Andrew L. upholsterer 1400 
W 7 th. 

Hartwig August, grocer 401 Wheeler. 

Harvey Fred News Co, Clark .\rinstrong 
mngr, 1705 Jones. 

Harwell G Wash, meats 3110 F av. Polv 
Hts. 

Harwell Jeremiah, grocer 3112 F a v. Poly 
Hts. 

Harwood M I'ebb\' jr. citv secretarv Cilv 
Hall. 

H-V.s.si.;i,i. nm"<; ro Kapltiil .«ll,r)i«)i, 
Thomas H Hnssell I'res, Samuel I, Has- 
sell Sec and Treas, Druirs and .-^ur^ical 
Instruments, Wholesale Cheniieals and 
Kubber Goods 504 Main. ( S.e right 
bottom lines and adv in classified 
Druggists — Retail. ) 

Hawes Frank W. grocer 414 E 2d. 

Hawes Loman L. investments 606 West- 
ern .Natl Bank bldg. 

Hawkins Luther J, gravel W Mac-nolia 
av w of II th. 

tiawkins Wm M. grocer 2020 Stove Foun- 
drv rd. 

llawley Ira S. dairy Brooklyn Hts. 

Hawley John P. consulting engineer 505 
F & M Natl Bank bldg. 

Haves Charles F, phvs 1408 1/2 .N' Main. 

Ha.^ es & Gaskill (Ray Haves, K P Gas- 
kill), horses and mules ss E Exchange 

Havs Aaron R, phys S Mitchell-Cireer 
bldg. 

Havs Harley H, fish 706 H 17th. 

Hays Wrn. grocer 1214 E I9th. 

Havwood Rov W. real est I4ii8'2 N Main 

Head ,1 Wesiev. oculist 3i'3 F & Jt .Natl 
Bank bldg. 

HK.\I>, TK.VS »t CO (Ibarleii AV Head, 
.Samuel A Teas), Insurance. Real Es- 
tate and Loans 7lo Houston. 

Healy Th.atre. Richard .V Healy mngr. 
911 Houston. 

Heai ne-Wingrove Co (Rid>ert C Ilearne. 
Charles H Winurovo). tmlse brokers 
4114 Moore bliir. 

IIFATII A C. Atti>rii.-y-Ht-l,av> 4IO ^\h.-ii( 
P.ldi; 

III'MIIM'M'CX'K l>\\II) 1;. I'roiir Fl Wi.rlh 
.Vrtltlcial Liml> Co. I115.\ H(.ost..n. 
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Heer Geoise W. acoi liri'., Comnificf. 
Hcrtey-Coleman Co The. \V J Hetie.v pres 

and Kt^nl Tnnar, cotton seed products 

302 Reynolds bidp. 
Hetley-Coleman Coal Co, W J Hefley 

pres, 300 K Railroad av. 
Helm Wm H. piano tune!- 715 "W 1st. 
Helbins Huph V. phys 1326I2 N Main. 
Helmcamp Wm F, coal and feed 115 E 

Belknap. 
Helmkamp Louis H, procer 1022 K 11th. 
Helnes Estelle Mrs. grocer 2201 Clinton. 
Heltzel Philip Jl', irrocer 1710 Cooper. 
Henderson Alexander L, phys IOIOV2 

^lain. 
Henderson Alfred A, lawyer 214 '/4 Main. 
Henderson James G. cut stone contr 1312 

Pacific av. 
HKiVUKKSON PI.VXO CO <ril|lltnl MO,- 

000), James C Henderson I'res. L, D 

Hendersoit A'ice-Pres. 1> ^' Rogers Sec 

and Treas. Pianos. Player Pianos. Or- 

Kans, Music and Musical Merchandise 

and Instruments 1012 Houston. (See 

risht top lines and ]^agf 416.) 
Henderson Thomas J. real est 214^^ 

Main. 
Henderson & Curljy (Thomas J Hender- 
son, Rov F> ^'urli\i. drues 905 Main. 
HKAinHIfKS J.Vni-'.S K. I'r.ipr Stock Kx- 

change Bar 1115 Main. Pliones Lamar 

2,=i7S, New 972. 
Hendrix H Biake. iihys Ifil" Cooper. 
Henkel W 'W Co C^Vm ^V Henkel), auto- 
mobiles 1111 Commei-ce. 
Henlev H Jasper, fienl store 1327 E 

Front. 
Henninss Clarence C. meats 1226 Hemp 

hill. 
HEXHICH CH.\HI>KS J, Propr Fort 

Worth Pattern Worlis. 517 K Front. 

(See rij^ht bottom lines and pasie 415.) 
Henry Wm & Co (cajntal $25.omi), Wil- 
son E Connell pres. David C Campbell 

vice-pres, Benson W Carn(>i>ell sec and 

treas, hard\vare 1005 Houston. 
Henry Wm M. l)lk'imith 2222 Azle av. 
HENAVOOD IIK.V. Propr Ilen'« Hrlsrhtwaj 

Bar, 1201 Commerce. Xew Phone 745. 
Hibbard Henrv A, dentist 2O0',i Main. 
Hibbs C D Rubber Co (Cassell De Hibbs), 

auto tires 615 Commerce. 
Hickey David C. drugs 1015 W 25th. 
Hickman Carl A. dentist 320 Western 

Natl Bank bldcr. 
Hickman & Clark CAlonzo B Clark), 

druKS 140.S X Main. 
Higgrins Alios IC Mrs, errocer 800 "^V 

Belknap. 
Hiegins Pierre, physician 315 'i Main 
Hitfpins 4c Blakcley (J T Hieeins. J G 

Blakeley). grocers 7U1 Louisiana av. 
Hi^rhtower L-aniel .ir, grocer Itivei-side. 
Hlphtower Harvev W. ice 1122 F. Lemia 
Hikhtouer S: Harrell (J P HiKhtower 

C F Harrellj. druss 1261 Peach. 
"'i?'o''-^.^'i-J. ?'■'"" ''° '•^' ''a'='-'''^ Hil>jers),JHorn Frank, restr 102 K Kx(tianf.'e av 

-*>- " lilf.. JHnrnsbv Bros I Edward !>. .losepii C an 

HILL CVRPET rLF..\M\'C; CO, S IJ IIIIII Stephen A), grocers 1301 Lincoln av. 



Texas Cl,\>- 1'roi.luits Co 4(i;i K >\: .M 
Natl Bank Bldi; (See adv opp classi- 
fied Brick). 

Hodse Clark T, general contractor 309 
F & M Bank bids. 

Hodges John It, real estate 112 W 11th. 

Hoeffler Conrad, architect 513'!. Main. 

Hoffman Frank E. grocer 2210 Cham- 
bers av. 

Hoffman Harry, pawnbroker 1205-.'\ 
JIain. 

Hogsett Charles T, oculist 407 Ft Worth 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Holland Hugh 1', drugs 1101 College a v. 

Hollinger Harry .M. tailor 657 S Main. 

Hollingsworth Gipson W. insurance 411 
F & M Natl Bank bldg 

HnLLI.NfiSWORTII J1>I, l-r.ipr >ew .Ma- 
jestic Bar 115 E lOlli and Court Bar 
205 E Belknap. 

Hollis -Marlin T. medicine mnfr 2703 E 
av. Poly Heights. 

Holmberg C &. Son (Gustav A and Mrs 
Anna Holmberg), jewelers 109 E Ex- 
change av. 

Holmes James F. cigars 711-.\ Main. 

HOL>1F,S MAHVIV \, Slate DIst '-Uilltor 
Jackson Automobiles 1103 Commerce 
f See [lage 401 . ) 

Holt Elijah, nursery ^Vhite Settlement 
rd. 3I2 mi w of Court House. 

Home A'bstract Co (capital $6,000), W S 
Essex pres, Lewis D Fox sec and treas, 
105 W 6th. 

Home Development Co (Inc), Rochester 
Haddaway pres, R J Khome sec and 
treas, real estate 1402 N Main. 

HOME KMPLOV.MK.VT OFF'IfK, F.mina 
P Matthews Proiir. 1211 "j Main. 

Home Improvement Co (Inc), Ed K Col- 
lett pres, B H Getz sec and treas, 
real estate 111 ' ■ W 6tli. 

HOME -MtTl".\L H\ll, 1>S1R\NCF, CO. 
.\ P Mitchell P'rcs. K T .Martin sec. 
P G Tiedmon Treas. Hail Insurance on 
Growing Crops 6th tl First Natl Bank 
Bldg. (See page 412.1 

Home Sauce and Vinegar Co (Robert P 
Woltz), 110 N Thiockmorton. 

Hones .lohn T. dept U S .mai'shal, Fed- 
eral bldg. 

Hong Lee, laundry 1 1 1 .A E 12th. 

Hong ^^'ah Cafe, Henr\' Soe mngr, restr 
1609 Main, 

Hood B F & Co (Benjamin F and Otis 
\V Hood), grocers 170S E 1st. 

Hood Rosa C Mrs, gioroi, .',01 Percv. 

Hook Charles O, phvs 26 IMitchell-Greer 
bids. 

Hooker David S, plutnber 1418 Kuroki. 

Hooper E S Lumlier (.""o ( Knoch S Hooper, 
A\'eslev and J M .Morse), 502 Moore 
bldg. 

Hooper I'reston L, phvs 1421 Bessie. 

Hoover .lohn W. laumlry 403.\ .Main. 

Hoover Samuel L, loans 610'™ .Main. 

Hopkins David L, grocer 305 S Jennin 



Mngr. Carpet Cleaning and Rug Mnfrs 
121 S Jennings av (See adv in classi- 
fied Awnings and Tents). 
HILL CLYDE U, Vire-I're.« nnil rieneral 

Mngr Commonwealth Bonding and 
Casualty Insurance (-"0 2d fl First Natl 
Bank Bldg, 

Hill Crest Land Co (Tnc), Wm Bryce 
pres, D O Modlin sec and treas, C W 
Harris mngr, 106 W 8th. 

Hill E S & Co (Eduard .S Hill, Ulvsses 
.S Jahns), real est 200 Reynolds bldg. 

Hill John L, lau>er 214 Ellison lildg. 

Hill James E, planing mill 658 S .Main. 

HILL S U, ^Illgr Fort ^^'<•^th Tent an<l 
Awning Co and Hill Carfiet Cleaning 
Co 121 S .letinings av (,Si.e adv in 
classified Awnings and Tents). 

Hiiliard Wm E, i.i.tlcian 314 Main. 

Hillyer Dana L .Mrs, grocer 1100 Evans 
avenue. 

HInes Robert H. meats 906 Broadway. 

Hinsdale <X- Cone (Louis A Hinsdale, 
L/ean A Cone), photogrs 303 'i JIain. 

Hippodrome Theatre, L B Remv mngr, 
1106 Main. 

Hirschfeld Piano Co (capital J20,000), 
C Clare Millei- iires, M .Miller vice- 
pres, Elmer H .Miller sec. 611 Houston. 

Hitzmann Fritz H. cotton buyer 205 
Cotton Exchange Iddg. 



Horrell Bros ( Wm H and Joserih A jr), 
founders 515 E Frt^nt. 

Horrell <<: Criss (cai)ita! .?] .■..OO"), Simili- 
ter J Criss pres. Lei> M Kuehen vice- 
pres, Joseph .\ Horrell jr sec and 
treas, clothing 1100 .Main. 

Horton Charles B. restr 106 i; 3d. 

Horton Elmer A. grocer 1446 N .Main. 

Horwltz Morris, grocer 823 Crawford. 

Hosey (ieorge • E, assl county att\*, 
(Jourt House. 

Hotel Cecil. Maude Lovelady propr 1007 '4 
Houston. 

Hotel Chandler. Robert L Chandler propr. 
107 E Exchange av. 

Hotel Hazel, G W Robblns propr, 150; 
.Main. 

Hotel Majestic, Claude M Oliver propr 
1305 Main. 

Hotel Melha. (.'harles F Havnes propr, 
1105 Houston. 

Hotel West brook, ^Vestbrook Hotel Co 
proprs. 408-16 .Main. 

House M.arvin K, produce broker 503 
F'irst .N'atl Bank bldg. 

House Wm Tk ]:t\yv,-v zl3'.'. :\Iain. 

Household Fiuflishiilg Co. Waiter O'Mal 
U \' mngr. 302 Ct.ninieriie. 

HOI S'I'ON ill'.N.I\]|IV J. Lnivyer :10' 
Western Natl Bank Bldg. 

Houston H.'it Co. .sht.Tad F ( isborne rr.ngr 
7noB M,, in. 



louston Kobeii J, grocer (,;.': av nr W 

2;itii. 
Houston & Texas Central Ky. E A Pen- 

niiigton cit.s- pass agt. s W .N.>ble 

coml agt 416 .Main, Piiss Stai.on Vnion 

Depot; G .M Herring frl a:-: :ri «e-pot. 

Elizabeth cor .Jones. 
Howard Hide & Leather Co. T H Eddins 

mngr. 1120 .Monroe. 
Howard James B, genl agt P.ic..-^.: ilKtual 

Life Ins Co, 114 W Sth. 
Howard Sanitarium W R H-. v ..r<J phys, 

921 Cannon av. 
HOW.XRll VIOI.F.'I', ManlciirUc l.olil>.v 

Hotel Worth. 
Howard Wm It. iihys ;i21 Car.r.r. av. 
HO^V.\RI) W J, >liiKr 11 «. Ouu * Co, 

"The .Mer.'antile .\L;encv" i .-4"; L'j.n 

Wagguiur Bldg. (See bof.. :.: fi-^ ..nd 

left top lines.) 
Howell & Clark (Frank .A. Hv.well, James- 

B (^lark), real est 202 Re,.r.v!Us blds- 
Howser Aaron, giocer 536 S.'tn.uels av. 
Hoyle & Rarick Clothing Co ..St L»:.ui3, 

.Mo), E A Behleii mngr. l'.':" .-loiist-in. 
HI D FfRMTI RE CO (Cnplinl. 5«ilU(«0», 

W G Turner Pres, \V K ..v:?'.!'. \ :c-.— 

Pres and Genl .Mngr. En.rr.c; Ccomt.s 

Sec and Treas, Furniture ,,r.i; JIattreia 

-Mnfrs, OtTice and Factories L..Ntoii and 

Willii-. (See page 4U!i 1 
Hub Land Co (Inc), N H Laf^-;ier pres 

T B Varbrough sec and -.Tea.". 412 

..\ugust bldg. 
Hubbard Bros (Earl M and F.-owti H), 

well drillers IIUH N Henderson. 
Hubbard Jo S, poultry breeoer 3100 S 

.x.lanis. 
Hubbard Thomas H, vocalist 401 Contin- 
ental l>l'.lg. 
Hubbard .*c Cannon ( Archil.,'>ld_G Kab- 

bard. i.) C Cannon), restr 32 2 i. l^lfi- 
Hudson Tom N, phys 1105 Pr^ os 
Hughes luivid, cut stone contr 1101 J» 

-Vdams. 
Hughes John J. railroad ..ntr lalS 

Washington. 
Hughes Win T. phys 401'; E :-ih. 
Hugliey Herbert H, grocer :)(.' Dtrsatur 

Humbert-Sinims .Vuto Co 'G 1 Humbert. 
.M E Simms, J S Grouse'. 208 Com- 
merce. 

HI MULE W >l 'I'. Hepre»entliig I.SDd 

.Mortgage Bank of Texas, J,-al Estate 
Loans 5ilt-5i>7 Ft Uortii .N.'.'.l a.^nk 
Bldg. 

Hundt .Vugust. srocer 3244 Tr..v..j 

HI.\TI;K R U, Sec Elkn tlulr 7«h cor 
Lamar. 

m.VTER STKI'IIF.X I), RenI l:«lalr and 
Loans 208 U'heat Bldg. 

HL"-\TER * IILMER (Sam J and R«r». 
Lawyers 209-210 Wheat B;.._ 

Hurley Charles O, phys 111 i::.:»dA.iy. 

Hurley George M, meats 600 ^- Mail.. 

Hurlev Townsite (.'o (Cai.i:;-.; jl2 ■".-'). 
Claude C Hayes pres an.i -er.l mrgr, 
L R Cox vice-iires, W B T-i'V. r.send sec 
and treas, 205 Flatiron blci.- 

Hurst Silo Co of Texas. V J i:u:i:s ir-nqr. 
20s Fli.tnon bldg. 

Hurwitz Rebecca .Mrs, grocer 7";- W B'.'itC- 

HLTT J K CO>TR.VCTI>0 ( <• < Cai>if al 
$50,000: Kansas Citv. M... J E K.ict 
Pres and Treas. Wm L Hu-: Vi-e-Cri:?. 
Edward F Hutt Sec. Rail!..;o; r-Mv-' -r.e 
Contractors and L.abor .\i.trii&, 3*1)0 
Houston. 

Hutton Nina, artist 3401 H av. P'olv- Hta. 

Hyde i'ark I,and Co (capii<il JlT.iti*), 
George T StiUman pres, P.i'.^.ir.l Vvck- 
eiy vice-pr-.'s, H C \Vulk.^r s-c. W O 
Stonestreet treas. C R V. kery sales 
agt. 1U5B Houston. 

Ilseng .\ G Motor Car Co '.i.ndrtw G 
liseng), 911 Commerce. 



ii:>eiig;, .. i i conimtrie. 
Independent Fruit ( 'o (S.amviel Lip.«l!it2, 

.N'athan Fo.v, .\ Kaufmani. Ii"8 Thcclt- 

morton. 
Indiana Silo (?o (Inc), W M Sv.ain pres. 

W H l>abe vice-preg, .\i-th'ir Gaus >.*C 

and treas 114 Live Stock i,\.n b!--g 
Ingram Jolin A, real est 40T F ei M Xatl 

Bank bldg. 
Ingram Millwnrk Co. I-: B In^.'-.im mn«r, 

414 Western .\atl Bank bld:- 
Inland Compress Co, C F \',ithersro.>n 

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International Com'yi«oiK"lence Schools 
(Scranion. Pa). E C Campbell mugr. 
25 DTindee bldsr. 
Jnterrfational and Great Northern Ry Co. 
J F Zurn district pass and ticket ajrt. 
Charles HansoTi di\'ision t'reiirht am. 
A L Sarrels commercial a^t, 704 Main, 
depot foot of Main, freight ottice foot 
of Houston. 

Interstate Compress Co (capital $400,000). 
R K W'ootten pres. Felix Hath vioe- 
pres, B L Anderson sec and treas, 5th fl 
Cotton Exchange bldg-. 

Interstate Xews Co. Samuel Wertheimer 

res mngrr. 112-A E 13th. 
.IXTERURBAX B.\R, T F Kliiiev Propr, 
1405 E Front, Phone Lamar 561. 

Interurban Expres."!. John Y Rankin gen- 
eral agt. 203 E Front. 

Interurban Land Co (Inc), Wm Capps 
pres, P. L. Waggomaii sec, A R Eld- 
redge treas, 104 E 5th. 
aNTERl'RBAX SEED AND FLORAl. CO, 
L J Stubblelield Propr. Florists 110 W 
4th, Westbrook Hotel Bldg (See page 
407.) 
.IRION JOH>' ^V, Physlclau, Medical Di- 
rector and Active Vice-Pres Fort 
Worth Life Ins Co 112 W 9th. 

Irvln Andrev.-. restr 500V' Elizabeth. 

Irvin Mamie J Mrs. crrooer 303 E Bluff. 

ISAACS & I!t.t..\.CS (nurford K and Leon- 
ard B), Lawyers 10-11 Thomas Bldg, 
413V4 Main. 
-Israel Lula M Mrs, real estate 103 W 6th, 

Iverson & Youngblood (Walter P Iver- 
son, Morgan Youngblood), second hand 
goods 213 W Belknap. 

Ives James, express T & P pass station. 

Ivy Julian A Grain Co. John L Walker 
pres, B D Darby mngr. 713 Wheat bldg. 

Jacks Isaac J, cigars 208 Houston. 

JACKSOX ANDREW I,, .Vlfomej-, Xn4ar.v, 
Solicitor of Patents. Trademarks, Copy- 
rights 70!' Main (See adv in classified 
Patent Solicitors). 
JACKSON AXTO SIPPLY CO. Marvin A 
Holmes Mngr, 208 Commerce (See 
page 401 ) 

Jackson Edgar A, real est 302 Moore 
bldg. 

Jackson General H, grocer 1201 E 19th. 

Jackson Motor Co of Texas. James Lis- 
ton jr state agt, T F Abbott mngr, 
1115 Commerce. 

Jackson R-raltv and Loan Co, J it Wat- 
tam mngr. 108 W 11th. 

Jackson Wtn H. acct. DOS Reynolds bldg. 

Jackson's (capital S23.000). 10 K Bald- 
ridge pres, Leo Jackson viee-pres. S S 
Dugger sec and treas, ladies' ready- 
to-wear Houston nw cor 6th. 

JafCe Israel E, second hand goods 1212-A 
Commerce. 

James R L Realty Co (Rufus L James 
Fred H Nuckolls). 70'jy2 Main. 

James Thomas R jr, lawyer 4U7 Wheat 
bldg. 

James Wm, mntrs agt 407 Wheat bldg 

James & Jav (Marion J James, Luther 
C Jay), tailors 206A W lOtli. 

James & Schow Co The ilnci. S F S[ieer 
pres, O E Schow vice-pres, P E .Scli<»\v 
sec and treas, harne.'*.-? mnfrs Janie.-- 
town. 

Jamestown Lumber Co (Inc), It M Bucy 
pres. R E Lyons vice-jires, J F Lyons 
sec antl treas. 757 Ess^x av. Poly Hts 

Jamieson-Diggs Co (caiutal $16,000), 
Hugh Jamieson pres. Hubbard Diggs 
vlce-pres, D D Diggs sec, clothing (i04 
Main. 

Jansson Theodore A, jeweler 1407 Main 

Jarrell John L', blksmith 508 W Weath- 
erford. 

Jarvis James L, cement contr 1107 E 
Terrell av. 

Jarvis Van Zandt, cattle breeder Blue 
Mound rd, Dixie Hts. 

JEFFREY J T I \ I>KUTAivI-\<; CO 
(John T Jeffrey, Wm G Wortham), 
Undertakers and Livery 1408 Calhoun, 
Phones Lamar 6089, New 404. (See 
page 414.) 

■Jenkins John T & Son (John T and 
Thomas), wagon yd 401 W Weather- 
ford. 

Jenkins Leinder A, grocer 11:16 K Leuda. 

Jenning.s Albert S. grocer 1401 K Leutla. 

Jennings tjeoice W, grocer .".700 .\ll<f. 

Jennings Thomas J, real est -(i:) W Sth, 



lersi'V Cream Coilee Co ( .\1 L. Epiistt-in) , 
uh.il colfte 814 Throckniortoii. 

Ji;ilSKY-l HEME tlOIPAW (Cilllltol 

Sol). 000]. W G Newhv Pres. ■«' C Stri|.- 
liii.g Vice-Pres. J i'. Hogsett Sec. -A. M 
Luckett Treas. Miifrs of Syruiis for 
Carbonated Beverages E Railroad and 
Kentuck.\- avs. 

Jessen John H. cement contr 125 Locust. 

Jeter Thomas it. phys 306 FlatirOn bldg. 

Jewell H Veal, real est 207 W 10th. 

Jewell Lon & Co (Lon Jewell), real est 
104 E 10th. 

JOE'S PEN.NY LAL'NDRY. CLEAXIXG 
AND PHESSINCi I'AKI.OR, Leon Jo- 
seph Propr, Cigars, News and Shoe 
Shining No 1, 1620 Main, No 2, 120O 
Main. 

Tolins Louis W, real est 603 Vz JIain. 

Johns W T Lumber Co iW T Johns). 
100'.) First Natl Bank bldg. 

Johnson Alexander, tailor 712 E 17th. 

Johnson Clay, phys 703 Lamar. 

Johnson Edgar, grocer 2328 Oak. 

Johnson Edward T, grocer 2700 Lips- 
comb. 

Johnson Ernest V, genl contr 10" W 9th. 

Johnson Frank M, dentist 703 Va Main. 

Jotinson Glover C. lawyer 408 Western 
Natl Bank bldg, 

Johnson Harold V, phys 302 First Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Johnson Jacob jr. ins 112 W 9th. 

Johnson James D, grocer 1506 Belzise 
Terrace. 

lohiison Jerome, cement contr 1108 Col- 
lege av. 

Johnson .John L, grocer ;)21 St Louis av. 

lohnson J Hadleigh, phys 201) Dan Wag- 
uoner bldg. 

JOHNSON J TAYLOR REALTY CO <J 
Taylor Johnson. Edgar A Lewis). Keal 
Kstate and Farm Lands 11 Mitchell- 
Greer Bldg. 

JOHNSON LIVE STOCK COMMISSION 
CO (Richard Johnson). For Best lle- 
sults Consign Your Cattlf, Sheeji and 
Hogs to Us, our Sales .Always Satis- 
factory, Rooms 204-205 Live Stock Ex- 
change BMg, Local and Long Distance 
Tel Prospect 526. 

Johnson Robert G, lawyer 209 W Sth. 

Jolinson Samuel, shoe shining parlor 
307 Vj E 9th. 

Johnson Samuel M, grocer 331 S Lake. 

Johnson Sanitarium, (.'lay Johnson sur- 
gettn In charge. 703 Lamar. 

Johnson, Kansom i- (.^o (.\mericas G 
.Joiinson. Frank M Sansom), ins and 
loans Whf-at bldg. 

Johnston Charles V. dentist 1407 U Main. 

./ohnston (jregory (.'. di-ugs 801 Houston. 

Johnston Hugh -M. capitali>it 115 K 4th 

Johnston James R, blksmith 30'J W 
Belknap. 

Johnston's Drug Store. (Jptical Depart- 
mf-nt (Joseph P Callan, C Fred Coff- 
man). 803 Houston. 

.loint C'ar Association of Ft Worth and 
Dallas Rys, J W Hogsett chief Joint 
inspr 1506 .Tones. 

JONES AHAM C, Heal Entnte and Kjirni 
Lands and (General Distributor. -Men:- 
^ikt Exclusive Distributors' Assn, JU6 
Bu.«^hong Bldg. 

.lones .Albert L. drugs 104 W Exchange. 

.lones Edward U. grocer !(11( Peach. 

.Jones Fred M, grocer 716 E 17th. 

JONES HERM.VN II, Confectionery, 
Fruits, Soft Drinks, Cigars and To- 
bacco 103 and 713 Main, I'hone LanKir 
1941. 

Jones-Hurt Lumber Co (capital $100,- 
000), R M Farrar pres, Harry .\ Hurt 
vice-pres. N E Meador sec and treas, 
201 W Railroad av. 

Jones Isaac. 2d hd goods 1026 S Main. 

.tones James B, grocer l'M5 N Grove. 

Jones .lohn D, teaming contr 1112 Ed- 
ward. 

.(ones John F. clothes clnr 117 W 25th. 
.Jones O Lee. phys 211 Western Natl 

Bank bldg. 
Jones Thomas F, tailor 902 Evans av. 
.Jones Wm. grocer 306 E llth. 
Jones iS: HiUls (Clarence G Jones, John 

R R Hillls). ins 203 -Moore Iddg. 
JONES .«: STR.'V.Vfil': < Kernian 11 JOdcn. 
.luseph -\ Strange I. Sijft Drinks, Cig- 
ars, Tobai-co and Fruits of All Kinds 
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Multlgrapher. Mailing and Listing. 
Brief, Deposition anrl Reporting \\'orli 
a Specialty, Ottice Emplovment Agen- 
cy 512 First Natl P.ank Bldg. 

JOSEPH LEON" AV, I'ropr Joe'n Penny 
Laundry. Cigars and Shining Parlors 
1620 and 1200 Main. 

JOSEPH'S CAFE (INCI, Snin A Joxepli 
Pres. Michael Joscpli Vic-e-Pres. C H 
Knittel Sec and Treas. Bar and Res- 
taurant 1001-1003 Houston. 

Jo.ves Crittenden, oculist 300 First Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Judd Ardon B, lawyer llth fl State Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Judd Homer .\. real est 306 Ft Worth 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Jndice Thomas E. restr 49 Jennings av. 

Kansas City, Mexico & Orient Rv, Jo- 
seph P (TI.')onnell coml agf. 613 "Main. 

Kantrovich Louis, groce*- 914 Jones. 

Karageorge James, dairy 2135 N Com- 
merce 

KASSKL CH.VRI,ES, I.awver SH-Ul."; Ft 
Worth Natl Bank Bldg.' 

Kassel L H & Co (Leo H Kassel), mnfrs' 
agts State Natl Bank hldg. 

Kaufman Charlotte Mrs. restr 106 E 12th. 

Kearby Earl, grocer 1644 E Hattie. 

Keathley Everett F, grocer 114 N Com- 
merce. 

Kee & Wiliiams (John A Kee). agricul- 
tural implements 110 Houston. 

Keeley &. Norton (Samuel W Kecley, 
Samuel C Norton), ice cream cone 
mnfrs 102 S Jennings av. 

Keene David H. jeweler 1001 ;Main. 

Keeton Harry, broommaker 1812 Vick- 
er\ Idvd. 

Keith Charles H, real estate 210 W 7th. 

KELLER K H CVRRI.V<;E WORKS 
( i;uald H Keller). Mnfrs of Spring 
A\',i2ons and Automobile Tops. Gen- 
er;(l Auto Repairing and Carriage 
Painters and Trimmers and Black- 
smiths 208-210-212-214 Throckmorton. 

Kellett Archibald E. grocer 509 N Com- 
merce. 

Kelley John A, phys 508 Flatiron bldg. 

KelUim L .Jefferson, horses and mules 
ss E Kxchange av. 

Kelly Henry L, grocer 1301 E llth. 

Kell;." Ida ^Irs, hair .goods 614 Hemphill. 

Kelly James J. wagon yard 1203 N JIaln. 
grocer 1200 N Houston. 

Kell.v Wm. cattle dealer 204 Livestock 
Exchange bldg. 

Kelsay-Hawes Lumber Co (R Edward 
Kelsay, Lowman L Hawes). 1415 N 
.\dams. 

Kemble Furniture Co (Walter S Kem- 
b".e). 208 Houston. 

Kendall Bros (Charles B and Denson C>. 
candy n.nfrs 2022 Falrmount av. 

Kendall .John E, printer 1215 .Vnnis. 
Pob- Heights. 

Kendrick Homer W, drugs 1328 N Main. 

Kendrick It H P.-.-dt. Co (Richmond H 
Kendrick), 1406 N Main. 

Kennedy Eldrldge A. rnal estate 223 
Western Natl Bank hldg. 

Kennedy George, florist 1920 S Jennings 
avenue. 

Kennedy Heber H, grocer 500 Jlills 

Kennedy- John I, Ice and fuel 1607 
Stella. 

Kennedv Robert E, life Ins 512 Main. 

KENNEDY SILAS II, I'ropr New .Mobnttk 
Hotel cor !•: l.'.lh .in.l Callioun. 

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Kennon Jf P, cattle dealer 120 Live 
stock Exchange hldg-, 

Kent Dudley il. official stenosrapher 48th 
judicial, ilistiict court Court House. 

Kenyon \Vm .*■. ins -HI F & M Bank bldgr. 

KKHX.VrSH.W * .VKCHIN.Min (Dniliel 
H Kernaj;han. Edward .1 Arcliinard), 
Accountants and Auditor.s 201 Flatiroti 
Bldg I See right top lines and classi- 
fied Accountants). 

Kerr Ed?;ar, cattle breeder 110 Livestock 
Exchange bids. 

Kesler .lohn W. cabinetinaker 1407 
Houston. 

Kessler C A Co. E K Dickinson mngr 
notions 909 Houston. 

Kibbie Kent V, physician 112 W 9th. 

Kidd Wm C. horses and mules ss E Ex- 
change av. 

Killian Clarence, grocer 1838 N 8th av. 

KIl-P-VTRIClv CVRI.II'; U', Blaoksmlth, 
Horseshoer and Wa,gonniaker. .Mso 
Do Rejiair AVork in Wood and Iron 
1106 Jones. 

Kimble Printery. Lloyd R Kimble mngr, 
printers 213 W 8th. 

Kimel Lara mdse broker l.?OOH Main. 

Kimze.v Bros ^Elijah R and Isaac M), 
grocers 1524 W 25th. 

KIncald J \Vm, clothes cleaner 163S 
Vickery blvd. 

Klncaid Thomas J. fuel and feed 1638 
Vickerj- blvd. 

IvIACHEX CHARLKS R (McKenxie * 
Kinchen). Attorney-at-Law 407 U 
Mam (See card in Leg-al Blue Book 
Dept). 

Kindred Oscar 'W', dairy 2315 Madison av. 

King Benjamin R, dentist 50172 Main. 

King Candy Co (capital $150,000). John 
P Kin^ prps, Samuel Davidson vice- 
pres. R H McXatt sec, 9ia-915 E nth. 

King Douglas "W, grain broker 302 Cot- 
ton Exchange bldg. 

King John A. blacksmith 201 E Blulf. 

King Nelson, restaurant 1307 Crump. 

King &. Dorris (George T King, K«>li.'rt 
T Dorris), horse dealers ss E Exchange 
avenue 

Kingsbery Mnfg Co (capital $50,000), 
Joseph Kingsbery jr pres, Joseph 
Kingsbery vice-pres, Rufus Coy sec 
and treas, overall mnfrs 115 S Boaz. 

Kinusburj- Herman B, physician 206 
Western Xatl Bank bldg. 

Kingsbur>- Robert H, real estate 223 
Western Xatl Bank bldg. 

IvI.VSKY TllO.M.\S F. I'royr Intprurban 
Bar 1405 E Fi'ont, Plione Lamar 561. 

KI.VSKV & XK.VL (Taylor I' Kiiiscy, 
ICdgar T Xeal), Real Estate 210 W 
7th. 

Kirby George Vl', grocer 403 E Belknap. 

Kirk & Copass (J C Kirk, N A Copass), 
real estate 603 'i Main. 

Kirkpatrick Nenion B, grocer 1061 
White. 

Klrkse\- John L, grocer 1900 Amy av. 

Kitchen-Vaughn-Seaver Co (W C Kit- 
chen. F H Vaut,'rin. Charles S Seaver), 
real est.ate 413 1^ ^lain. 

Kitchens Jasper W, feed 201 N Florence. 

KHre Charles W', dentist 206 Moore bldg. 

Klinkman Fred, grocer 1100 Hi-len. 

Kn.■nlP^■er Wm II, restr 103 W 1 3th. 

Knii;ht L T & Co (Leonard T Knight), 
rfal estate 711 Main. 

KNOT'I' <.H.\I\ S A SO\ (<alvln S anil 
Morgan C). I'roprs Fort AA'nrth Mnnu- 
mrntal AN'orks 107.111 E H.lknap. 

IvVO'l'T * DI.VON (C S Ixnott. .1 A 
Dixon), I'.eal Estate 111 V. Belknap. 

Knox Win i;. general contractor 2919 
Travis av. 



K.Mlal; ( orn.M- The 

koilaks 515 Main. 
Ko-Ket Confectionerj' 

mngr, 1012 Main. 
Kolp E 11 \: D C (Inc), Edward R Kolii 

lUes, David (_■■ Kolp vice-pres. s;-rain 

elevator ws Cotton Belt B.\, '.. mi n 

of Oil Mill. • ' 

Kooken i>t Simmons (Robert A Kooken. 

Charles B Simmons), oculists 21 Mit- 

cliell-Greer bldg. 
Krahl Ausust, cigar mnfr 515 E 6th. 
Krause Wm A, tailor 2225 N Main. 
Krautter ^V; Savers (lOrnest Krautter. 

Joseph D Sayers), bakers 115 E Cen- 
tral av. 
Krell John, dentist 9 Mitchell-Greer bldg, 
Kress S H & Co, Hugh C Lurtright 

mngr, notions 901 Houston 
Kruger Bros (Julius and Samuel), pawn- 
brokers 1309 Main. 
Krull K H John, wholesale poultry 107 

N Callioun. 
Kuban Bros (Joseph F and Frank J), 

grocers 2227 N Main. 
Kl III. MAN .\: lll.l I'. (Fred 31 Ivubluinn. 

(.ieorge \V Blue),' Genera! Contractors 

5(.i2 Flatiron Bldg. 
Kujawski Alfred E. Jeweler 1506 .\ Main. 
Kuntz-Hariier Brokerage Co (George L 

Kuntzi. mdse brokers 1610 'i Main. 
Kurucar (jeo--n, grocer 1201 Stella. 
Kuykendall John W, phvs 103 W 20th. 

X Ft W. 
ivV\ARI) .IKSSK II. I.iiiKl.M. Wr.Mterii 

Lands a Specialty, 411 First Xatl Bank 

Bldg. 
Kyser Wm R. cotton seed products 1 

Touraine bldg. 
La Beaume Gilbert E, physician 212 

Reynolds bldg. 
Lackey H P & W C (Henry F and Wm 

Ci. druss 104 W Front. 
Lackey Wm c.', phys 104 W Front, 
L.\< KI..AMI iSifh III Fl S J, Heal Kslnte 

.■\uctioneer 308 Western Xatl Bank 

Bldg (See right top lines and page 

417.) 
Lackland Sidney C, auctioneer 308 West- 
ern X'atl Bank bldg 
Ladd Dairy Co (John N Ladd), X Main 

cor 34th." 
Ladd Furniture and Carpet Co (capital 

.$25,000), Wm T Ladd pres, Edwin A 

L.arkin sec-treas, 7al-7il»i HousT<jn. 
Lakeview Grocery, Homer A Bass mngr, 

1369 E Morphy. 
Lala John, grocer 400 E 6th. 
Lamb Robert ,1, pianos 833 Tajlor. 
Lanipton Wm W, general store 1400 X 

Main. 
L.V.M) .MORTGAGE ll.VMv OF TF.X.VS 

(Without Uankiiig I 'rivilesfes), Wm 1 

Humble Representative, Real Estate 

Loans 504-507 Ft Worth Xatl Bank 

Bldg-. 
Lane Andrew, restaurant 1211 Harding. 
Lane Hunter P, lawyer 413'._. Main. 
Lane .lohn W. grocer 414 X Florence. 
Lin.- Wm A, gi-ocei- 1107 1-: 17th. 
l.WGKVKR J .1 SKRVTCI-; THIO, J J 

Langever ,Sole Owntr, Signmakers. 

I^ainters and Decorators, Electric Signs 

a Specialty 288-290 W 11th. Tel Larhar 

4610. 
Lanliam James M, real estate 311 Moore 

bldg, 
Larkin Frank H, restr 1405 Houston. 
Larkins Alary, restaurant 504 Bridge. 
Lary S D & F B (Stephen D and 

Frank B), lawyers and real estate 402 

Re\-nolds bldg. 
La Salle Co The, Edward C Hughes 

mngr, real estate 308 Dan Waggoner 

bldg. 
Lassiter, Harrison &. Rowland (Newton 

H Lassiter, Robert W Harrison, Rob- 
ert M Rowland), lawyers 406 August 

bldg. 
L.\SSITP:R XF-AVrON H. Pres Fort Worth 

Life Insurance Co, Gf-neial Attv C R I 

.S- G Ry 40S August Bldg. 

i,A'i"riMORG, cr>iMi\(;s. uoyi.e a 

IIOl-LUl.V (O S Laltimore, Jonlan Y 
Cuinniings, Daniel M Do\-lo, ilcnjainin 
F Bouldin, Walter M W Splawn), At- 
tornevs-al-La w 300'.. M.iin (See adv 
in Legal Blue Book riopt). 
I,A'rTHI<)Rl; (> <» U<».\ (I.altiniore, funi- 
niinLis, Dojle .>4- Houlriin). Lawyer 300'- 
Main (See adv in Legal Blue Book 
Dent). 



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ijidtinioie '.' .-i ,(r, la\v>-er. .:■' 
I>auritzen & Makin (Vigco 

Fred Makin). i>!aninLr mill 
LAVF.XI>F,R-ni,.\l K «-.V\UV »0 (WIIIU 

T Lavender, Glenn D Bia.-.'-:!. Mnfrs 

of Lavender Candies i.(-. Vickery 

Blvd. 
Law Henry F, grocer 1600 '""eat-.rers av. 
Law L Madison, grocer 1725 r'.'.izabetli. 
Law Robert J, g-roeer 1200 K 13th. 
Lawrence Allison R, restr 1:5 E 1st. 
Lawrence Andrew- J. dentist 3(.6 Flat- 
iron bldg. 
Laurence Samuel J, dentist 204 First 

X'atl Bank bidg 
I.tav.-rence Wrj B', produce 213 AV Belknap, 
Lawson J Wm, flour 216 W Bluff. 
Lazaris Gust, cigars 103 W leth. 
Leach Johr-i W, restr 106 ^^ V.' t-th 
Leahy Wm, meats 320S Av F. Polv Hts. 
Leathern-ian Fr-ank M, real ep: 40m Main. 
Ledford Jefferson D, fruits lilt". Houston. 
Ledgerwood Harry O. lawyer 4( ^ AS'Ueat 

bldg. 
Lee Alvin J. grocer 1200 N A.I.-.ms. 
I.F.IO LMF, >.'I'<)CK CfOl^ll<.»IO\ CO 

(Capital $200.(iiH(i. Thomas t: L.re Pres. 

T .\Ivii-i Xored Mr,gr. Li'-'^-tock Ex- 

chan.ge Bldg, Tel Prospect 27, (See 

left bottom lines and pas^ -'■■•'■ ' 
Lee R T Drug Co (Rufus T L^e>. 12S0 

S Henderson. 
Lee & Lomax (Charles K Let Page T 

Lomax), lawyers 709 Wheat i Id.cr, 
Leeds Woolen Mills, W C V.'.sT.r.e' mngr. 

tailors 411 Main. 
Leeper-Curd Lumber Co. J T- Leeper 

pres, Mrs J A\' Leeper vice-i res, Lewis 

B Curd sec. treas and n-,ngr cor N" 

Main and 10th. 
Leffler Frank, photogr BOO'- Hc-jston. 
Lehman Louis, clothing 2455 N Main. 
1.F.2IR ,1 T, "The MfiU Man'- Weftern 

Xatl Bank Bldtc, 
Leito James, grocer 905 Br\-.- n .. v 
LF.\GLF:r * KOR.\ (Uscar 

Fred W Korn). I'roprs Anr.> x B 

E Front. 
Leon Thomas. restaurant 1?('C 

merce. 
Le Sage Joseph A. transfer i.'lO 

ton. 
Lettler Henry, cigars 609 MAin 
Levenson Benamin. dry goods It 

ton. 

M;v ERSRDGK MO.MOI, S. 1 ivil Struc- 
tural Engineer. 4oj Dan v-.'c.gi^oner 

Bldg. 
I.FVV UROS (Kllle .\ and tiei-.jamlii M>. 

Jewelers and Pa\^ iibrokers . (-: Main. 
Levy Ed. pioduce 1310 H^'us".-:.. 
Levy Moses J. dvy goods liij>-_-.\ Main. 
Levy Paul, grocer 2029 X Mf.;:. 
Lewis Angus *", re;(l estaf.- -. 'J First 

Xatl Bank bldg. 
Le\\-is Bros (.-Vrthur and Sanrir". . cloth- 
ing 305 E 15th. 
Lewis (.'lem (.', grocer 509 w v.'eather- 

ford. 
Lewis l-:ilgar l;. reslaui lilt ' .' - 'e'.es 
Lewis Gu\- I-:, grci-er 1401 E ?"i'ir. 
[.F.\\l!> lll<;il H .IR. .ViitoMiobilr.M and 

( Jai-aue, Automobile I U-pa :i-l -. _ , 'I'i .Vec- 

essol-ies 20S-21S W 3rl. 
Lewis John W, real estate 17_j Sessie. 
LEWIS I.E'WIS J. Tinner and fSbeet 

-Metal AVurker 242 \\' Kith . >Ve adv 

in classified Tinners'. 
Lewis Qukrrels D. well d: ilUr 2101 

Market av. 
Lewis-Ripple I'"urniture Co (Rowland E 

Lewis. David H Ripple). lOS H"Uston. 
Lewis Wm T. real estate 1326' X' Main. 
I.I'IVIIK I'l.WO CO (Uallaxl. Ilixrnark 

Heyer 1st Vicc-Pres and .\li.-.j?-. Pianos 

and Pla\er Pianos 10u9 Ilfius',< n, 
Libby, McXeill & Lilil.y. Wm F >;asman 

supt. p.tcliers ss K Exchang* k v. 
Liddcll Wm J, clothing 10 13 Main. 
Ijigon W L & (?o (A\i.iodEon L Li yon), 

real estate 601 »<; M:iin . 
Lilley Charles H, coal and fted 1800 

. I ones. 
I.iiidwall John, ronfr I'.ns ,)..•,-< 
l.IMv nilOI'lif.RS- I. AltllK \ KIRV. Dr 

AV .A Link Director, .'dedici.e .Mnfrs 

214'- Main. 
I. INK WM A. |-b.«K!('lan. I'mpr Wortb 

Aioninnental (~'o. Lone si.ar Tr-:ss Co 

.mil Diieeior Link Brothers i.-.bora- 

toi-.s 21 I '- Main. iS.e pai;.- i : " ' 
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I.IPSCOMB G R.^irORO. AttoTuer-ai- 

Law 216 Dan Wasponer Bldp: (See 
adv In Legal Blue Book Dept). 
1.1PSCOMB LOIIKN/.O I>. K»-u 1 Kstnte 

and Loans 603 V> Ilain. (See page 41S.) 
LISTON JAMES, Saloon 1514 Junes. Phone 

Lamar 1173, Ft W Phone 952 (See 
pagre 404.) 

Litsey Robert G, dentist 510 Flatiron 
bldg. 

Little Charles, cotton buyer 406 Cotton 
Exchange bldg. 

Little John D. ice 1S13 Clinton av. 

Llttlejohn J B & Co (Joseph B Little- 
john), general insurance 115 E 4th. 

Llttlejohn Robert G, city assessor and 
collector City Hall. 

Llttlepage Thomas B, grocer 117 E Cen- 
tral av. 

Littler Wm D, phys State Natl Bank bldg. 

LITTI.KTON CHARLES C, Pres PInuters' 
Oil Co (Weatherford). Gainesville Cot- 
ton Oil Co (Gainesville) and Wliites- 
boro Cotton Oil Co (White-shoro). Of- 
fice 705 First Natl Bank Bids:. 

Livestock Sanitarv Commission of Texas. 
"Wm N "Waddell chairman. 605 First 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Lively W Tell, produce 1306 Houston. 

Lloyd Adelbert D. real estate 905 First 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Lockett Solomon T, printer 1207 Houston. 

Lockett & Rowe (Joseph L Lockett jr. 
S Charles Rowe), lawyers 356 August 
bldg. 

Locklear Osman S. garage 211 S Main. 

Lofton John T, lands 206 Cotton Ex- 
change bldg. 

Logan Win J. general contractor Denver- 
Record bldg. 

Logsdon A S & Co (Asbery S Logsdon). 
cotton exporters 412 Dan Waggoner 
bldg. 

Logsdon Harry A, physician 404 Flatiron 
bids. 

L^icano Anthony, grocer ICOl E Front. 

Loicano Lena Mrs, grocer 2306 Pine. 

London Louis L, t?-llor 901 Evans av. 

Lone Star Can Co (Inc), M L Eppstein 
pres, Morris Schwarz vice-pres, A B 
Wolfson sec and treas. can mnfrs S14 
Throckmorton. 

Lone Star Feed and Fuel Co, Emil West- 
hoft mngr, 2704 Lipscomb. 

Lone Star Gas Co (capital .?3. 500. 000), 
H C Edrington pres, W P Gage vice- 
pres, D L Cobb sec and treas, gas pro- 
ducers 807 First Natl Bank bldg. 

LOXK STAIl TIILS.S CO, «m A I,lnk 
Propr, P L Estes Mngr, Truss Mnfrs 
214% Main. 

Long Wood S, tailor 1203 Main 

Longguth Barney G, cabinetmaker 1507 
Throckmorton. 

Longguth Bros Ice and Fuel Co (Arthur 

. Q and Charles G Longguth), 401 W 
Magnolia av. 

Lopp Philip O, lawyer 208 Bushong bldg 

Lopp Thomas A, real estate 208 Bushong 
bldg. 

Lord Charles G Optical Co (capital $15,- 
000), Charles G Lord pres, O A Tom 
linson vice-pres, L E Lord sec and 
trea.s, 708 Main. 

LORIMRR FRANCES P MRS, MnRi- Fort 
Worth Viavi Co, SO;* Dan Waggoner 
Bldg. (See page 420.) 

Loughry Joseph M. produce 1202 Hous 
ton. 

Love Wm R, drugs and physician 900 
Evans av. 

Lovejoy Edwin, real estate 501% Main. 

Lovejoy Samuel O, lawyer S08 Wheat 
bldg. 

LOVING GEOKGR n <t CO (Capital »100, 
000), John M Scott Pres, Louis D Con 
nelleo Sec and Treas, Bonds 406 F & M 
Natl Bank Bldg. 

Lowe Albert E, coal 3200 K av. Poly Hts, 

Lowe H W & J E i Henry W and James 
E), drugs 8 Jennings av. 

Lowery Thomas A, phys 1407 1^ Main. 

l.owrey Thomas J, grocer 603 E Mag- 
nolia av. 

L'Roy Wm B, restaurant 503 Elizabeth. 

Lubln Ifarry F. clothing 1204 Main. 

Lucius Howard E, grocer 114 Live Oak. 

Lundy Samuel A, phys i:4i;t'-5 X Main 

Lurie Leopold, seco.nd hand clothing 
202-A Main. 

Luse R G & Co (Richard G I.user, real 
estate 300 ',4 Main. 



^usher & Rockett (Henry W Lusher, 
Charles E Kockett), planing mill 300 
Throckmorton. 

Lusitania Hotel. George Beggs propr, 
1413'2 Houston. 

Lutes tt Wallace (Elmer L Lutes. Clar- 
ence G Wallace), drugs Birdvllle rd. 
Riverside. 

Lydick Roofing Co (John E and John E 
Lydick jr), roofing contractors 514 
F & M Natl Bank bldg. 

Lyerly & Smith Co (capital $15,000), 
F*roctor B W^esson pres, C Weniyss- 
Smith vice-pres. ^Irs M W Moderwcll 
sec and treas, orhce supplies 711 
Tlirocl:morton. 

.Me.VDAM JOHN E. Florist, Store 813 
Houston, Greenhouses Brooklyn 
Heights (See adv in classified Flor- 
ists). 

Mca'd.AMS CHARLES R JR, 'U'holp.sale 
Collections, "Mv Bond Protects You," 
Thoma-s Bldg, 413 'i :Main. 

Jtc.Vuley Walter J, grocer 1928 Louisi- 
ana av. 

-McBride John, jeweler 205-B Main. 

McCart Harry C (Bowlin. Terrell & Mc- 
Cart). city attorne>' 202 ',4 ^lain. 

Mct";ut Robert, lawver 202 ',i Main. 

ilcCarty J Alfred, real estate 402 F & M 
Bank bldg. 

McCasland Lafayette A, real estate 906 
First Natl Bank bldg. 

McChesney, Hill & Co (Floyd McChes- 
nev, Frank D Hill), insurance 502 
F & JI Natl Bank bldg, 

JlcClenny Robert K, phys 1015 W 25th. 

ileClung Ashbel G, real estate 112 W 
11th, 

McClure Co of Texas The. C W McClure 
(.Saginaw, Mich) jires, F P Cory vice- 
pre.s. J \' Davis sec. .A. C Cliristopher 
treas, silo mnfrs 208 Livestock E.'v- 
change bldg. 

JlcCord James Co (capital $125,000), J H 
McCord pres. Edmund :M Schenecker 
vice-pres, Fergus Morinrty sec and 
tieas. AVhol grocers 1625-1631 Main, 

MeCORIIACIv U OTIS, Sec Fort Worth 
(.'ii.aml'er of Commerce 5tli cor Throcl;- 
niorton. 

ilcCormick Calvin J, dentist 304i,i Main. 

McCoy Isaac C, physician 201 Ft Worth 
Natl Bank bldg. 

McC'racken Edd. d-=.iry Arlington Hts. 

.McCurdy Martin & Son (Martin and R 
I'.il), grocers Stop 1, Dallas Inter- 
urban. 

McDnniel-Conner Auto Co (Samuel M 
-MoDaniel, Frederick Conner), auto 
sui>plies 208 W 15th. 

MrD.V.MEL FELIX R, Innuranee, Bonds, 
Heal Estate 311-A Main, Phone Lamar 
4301. 

McDaniel-Jay Co (J Soule and Eugene R 
McDaniel. S M Jay), real estate 20S 
W l.-.th. 

McDaniel Pryor, confectioner 311 Main, 

-McDaniel Robert T, phys 411 'i E 9th, 

McDonald-Blevins Co (Inc: capital $10,- 
000), R E McDonald pres, Wm Blevins 
vice-pres, W E Conn sec and treas, 
plumbers 1218 S Main. 

McDonald W M & Son (Wm M and Wm 
M jr), drugs 4iio E Hth. 

McBlro.v Adam P. drugs cor Frey and 
Central av. Riverside. 

McElroy Archie L, physician Birdville 
rd. Riverside. 

McEIroy Arnie R. district agt Curtis 
Publishing Co 201 Moore bldg. 

McEntire John F. real estate 2U1 Moore 
bld^'. 

.McGAR IIIRAM, Saloon, Bllltardii and 
Furnished Rooms 903-911-A Jones. 

-MoOaugh Marvin G, real est 210 W 7th. 

.McGee Jenkins, horses and mules ss E 
F:xchange av. 

McOee .Silas, grocer 1608 Stephenson. 

ilcGill Henrv, cement contractor 1422 W 
Terrell av. 

McGiU John F, cement contractor 1422 
W Terrell av. 

McGinnis Xicholas J. livery 709 Com- 
merce. 

McGlorhlin Nancy Mrs, grocer 1S29B 
Stella. 

.Me<iOW\. F.VNT & MeGOWX (Georc<- Q 
.Mr<iown. Leon B P'ant. Hfnry T Mc- 
Gown), Lawyers 8M:i State .Natl Bank 
Bills. (See adv in Lecnl Blue Book 
Dept.) 



.McGOW> GKORGK U (MeGown, Fant & 

McGown). Lawyer, Mngr Adjustment 
Bureau Ft Worth Association of Cred- 
itmen, 802 State Natl Bank Bldg. (See 
adv in Legal Blue Book Dept.) 

.McCiOWN HEXRY T (McGoivn, Fant & 
McGown), Lawyer 802 State Natl Bank 
Bldg. (See adv In Legal Blue Book 
Dept.) 

McGown James T, well driller 1217 E 
B'ront. 

.McGraw Milton, S, grocer 1709 Gould av. 

McGunnigle Charles C, paints 1515 Hous- 
ton. 

Mcintosh Clark T. real est 503 Vb Main. 

McJilton Brown E, whol produce 214 W 
Uth, 

McKee Kendrick C, real est lOS W 11th. 

.McKoe & JoTiPs (J D McKee, A. !_, Jones), 
horses and mules ss E Excliange av. 

JIcKee & Thomas (H H McKeo, J H 
Thomas), dentists 501 Vi Main. 

McKenney Joshua C. real est 400 Main. 

.11 elv i:\7.IE «!t KI.\CHl;\ (J M MeKeuzle. 
C II Kiiiciien), Lands aiui Law 4u"% 
Main. 

McKeiizic-Williams Construction Co, .An- 
drew J McKenzie mngr, 310 Dan Wag- 
.gonur bldg. 

ilcKnight Arthur, horses and mules ss E 
Exchange av. 

McKnight Frank E, grocer 600 E 1st. 

McKnight Jefferson N, phys and drugs 
1200 E 1st, 

McLaup-hlin John M. sand and gravel 
1.'j12 Denver av. 

Mcl.eriu John H. phys 205 Revnolds bldg. 

McLean J Baxter, phvs 200 '-i Main, 

McLean, Scott, McLean & Bradlev (W P 
McLean, Vv'alter B Scott, W P McLean 
Jr. Thomas C Bradley), lawyers Elli- 
son bldg. 

Mcl.fod Edward L, moving pictures 123 
W Exchange av. 

Mc.Morrios Josepii, phys 509 Vi Main. 

.MoXainura James, real est 302 Commerce. 

-Mc.N'aughton F I) Co (Frank D McXaugh- 
toii). ins L'OS W 6th. 

.McN'aushton-Shepherd Co (F D Mc- 
Xaughton. David .\ Shepherd), loans 
208 W 6th, 

McXeelj' John R, grocer 1000 Pennsyl- 
vania av. 

.McXORTON L J IIKS. Milliner, Dre.ss- 
maUing and Hair Worlv, Also Teach 
.\nv of These Trades. 112 E 11th, Phone 
Lamar S32-J. 

McQuaid Matthias W, concrete contr 2241 
.\lston av. 

McQuerry George D, gi'ocer 900 Luelia av 

Mc(,iuerry James C Land Co (James C 
McQuerry. B F Barker), 1520 W 25th. 

Ma -Ming, restr 1110 Main. 

.MacDonald Robert M, piano tuner 610 
Houston. 

-Mack Theodore, lawyer 211 Wheat bldtr. 

ilackay Telegraph-Cable Co, Wm B Tyer 
mngr, lOS W Cth. 

-Mackey Wm B. phys 3200 .'V.v F, Poly Hts 

Macks Restajrant (J W McClanahan, 
Samuel Daugherty), 303 W Weather- 
ford. 

.Macpherson Edwin A, pipe line contr 215 
Western Natl Bank bldg. 

Maddox James H, geiil contr 222 Western 
Xatl Bank bldg. 

.Macrnolia Furniture Co (Thomas Dil- 
liard), 1403 E Front. 

Magnolia Grocery (Wn\ V Boggess, Wm 
B La Cava), 1304 Henuihill. 

Magnolia Petroleum Co, Robert R Dar- 
rah mngr. X W Div 1001 Stat,f Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Majestic Tlieatre. Interstate Amusement 
Co proprs, Charles Mussett mngr. 1107 
Commerce. 

Malick .Abraham, grocer 1120 S Main. 

Mallory Steamship Co (Galveston). R L 
Carnril;e coml a'-rt. 3o:. Moore bldg. 

Malone L C Lumber Co (Inc), 1, L Hawes 
pres, R E Kelsay vice-pres, L C Ma- 
lone sec and treas, 60."i Western Natl 
Bank blrte:. 

Malone Tyry R, grocer Trinity Hts. 

M.V\CHi;ST)R LVTHIH I.. An.^t Cnxliler 
Farmers in;: ilpciiauics" National Bank, 
Main ti w cor W Tth. 

M\.N(;i:'r FRI:I>. .Mnur llurroUKhM .Vild- 
in;;- Machine (Jo. 30r. W Tth. 

.Manh,attan Tailoring (.'o (Lou(."i Snm- 
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.Mann Bros (Lewis T and W Luther), 
real est 400 Jlain. 

Munn L Henry, sas fixtures 815 6th av. 

Manning Wni, tailor 1711 Crump. 

Mansion Hotel, C F and Mrs Loretta Har- 
nett proprs. 120 E 4th. 

Marlow Wm II. livery 415 Commerce. 

-Marsala Joseph, grocer and meats 1614 
K 1st. 

:\larsh David R, grocer S06 W 15th. 

-Marshall-Scott Grain Co (O L Marshall, 
.lames N Scott). 309 Elizabeth. 

Marshall Stephen L. express 504 N Com- 
merce. 

Marshall Walter W. Krocer 70S K 17th. 

■»I.4U.SH.\I.I. WM E. I-ropr Fixit Shop 
lOSA E 4th. ISoth Phones 1563. 

Marshall & Mussett (Wm I Marshall, 
John P Mussett), real est 3110 F av. 
Poly Hts. 

Marston & Lewis (Lanaux Marston, Ed- 
win W Lewis), garage 1461 W Mag- 
nolia av. 

Martel Wm B, city auditor Citv Hall. 

.Martin Albert H. loans 1408i,i N Main. 

M ^HTI^" HEiV.IA'^IIX H. Cashier Farmers 
i>c Mechanics National Bank, Main n 
w cor W 7th. 

Martin George W, dairy Ross av cor 33<1. 

-Martin John, blksraith 1501 ThrocUmor- 
ton. 

:>l.*KTI.\ KEI,SEY T, Sec and tienl Mnpr 
Home I^lutual Hail Insurance Co, 6th n 
Xatl Bank Bldg. (See page 412.) 

M:Hrtin P: T & Co (Kelsey T Martin. 
Perry G Dednion), genl ins 611 First 
-N'atl Bank bldg 

Martin P L & Co (PL Martin, W S Es- 
sex), real est 110 E Sth. 

Martin R HIdward. drugs 217 S Main. 

-Martin & Smith (John E Martin, Robert 
H Smith), lawyers 304Vi Main. 

Martinez Anthony, restr 707 E Front. 

.Marvin Realty Co (Inc), Elbert G Rail 
pres, Marvin C Rail sec and treas, 601 
F & M Bank bldg. 

?»rasev' M Thomas, coal 2202 N Main. 

Masner George T, grocer 308 E 15th. 

Mason Fdward W, restr 1005 Main. 

Mason Flora M, artist 1110 Alston av. 

Mason Thomas B, wood 2716 B av, Polv 
Hts. 

Masonic Orphans' Home of Texas, unikr 
direction of Grand Lodge of Texas .\ F 
& A M, S B Bedinger supt, I'j miles 
s of Polytechnic. 

Masonic Orphans' Home Band, boys of 
Masonic Home of Texas, 1^,2 miles .s 
of Polytechnic. 

Alassey & Co, R .\ Massev pres, tailors 
1014 Main. 

MASSIE CHARLES \V <Mn.«.'<lp Koalty 
Co), Attorney-at-Law 611 ii .Main, (.^oe 
adv in Legal Blue Book Dept.) 

.IIASSIE JOHX J, OenI .4gt Natlonni Loan 
,^ Investment Co of Detroit, Mich, In- 
surance, Loans and Bonds 210 W 7tl]. 

M.A.SSIK HEAI.TV CO ( C W, J A and IL <' 
-Massie), 511 Vs Main. 

Massingill & Todd (Martin L MassingiU, 
Wm B Todd), lawyers 8 Dundee bldg. 

Matchett Melville, restr 307 S Jennings 

Matchett Nathan L, confr 507 Elizabetli. 

Matjasic John A, tailor 603',4; Main. 

.Malney Tailoring Co (W B, C T and W S 
Matney). 105 Main. 

-Matney Wm S, tailor 606B Main. 

-Matthew.'' Courtney, clothes clnr 1208 
Harding. 

Matthews Emma P Mrs, propr Home Em- 
ployment Office, 1211 i/z Main. 

.Matthews John A, cattle breeder 1704 
Summit. 

Matthewson W Edward, county treas 
Court House. 

Mattison Charles S, dentist 500 Reynolds 
bldg. 

Maverick Hotel, Frank Horn propr. 102 
K Exchange av. 

Maxwell-Clark Drug Co (capital $100.- 
000), O T Maxwell pres and genl inngr, 
J A Walkup jr vice-pres, A C Wiggins 
sec and treas. whol druggists and mnfg 
chemists 17th cor Calhoun. 

Maxwell Robert E, blksmith 211 W Bluff. 

Mayer Abe Cattle Co, Abe Mayer pres, 
Sol Mayer vice-pres, G C Mountcastle 
sec and treas 318 Cotton Exch bldg. 

M.4YER MAX K (\Vrny «fc Mayer*. I,a»r- 
yer 305-6-7 Dan Waggoner Bldg. (See 
adv In Legal Blue I!ook Dept.) 



Mavflekl l?ros (Isaac T and Wm F), den- 
tists 205 First ,\atl Kaiik bldu. 

ftiaytield Israel, meats 1312 fluustfm. 

Mayfleld James I jr, printer 13o;' Hous- 
ton. 

Mavtleld Oscar I', grocer 2003 Vickery 
blvd. 

Mayfield Wm E, livery 417 Fulton, 

Maymoit Henry, fuel and feerl 1117 Tay- 
lor. 

Mays Bros (Edgar S and Leslie T), gro- 
cers 804 W Kosedale. 

MAYS & M.W.H (W .1 and ChnrleN), \t- 
lorneys-at-Law 2i>S Ellison I'.Idg. 

May ton .Tames ^V. grocer 1203 (Jold 
Spring rd. 

Meacham H C Co (capital $25,000), Henry 
C Meacham pres, department store 
1208-14 Main. 

Mead J Harvey, paints 1100 Houston. 

Mebane Nelson, restr 117.A E 12th, ■ 

.MEDC.VLF & THOM.VS (Wm M Meilcalf, 
Knox A Thomas), Dental Supplies and 
Laboratory, 601-5 Western Xatl Bank 
Bld,g, (See adv in classified Dental 
Depots,) 

•Medley ,1 Arling. genl contr 1120 Hurley 

Meek Edward R, judge C S Dist <7ourt. 
Northern Dist of Texas, Federal lililg, 

Meggs Wm J. real est 311 F & M Bank 
bldg. 

Meharg- James O, ph^"S 3 Mitchell-Greer 
bldg. 

Mehl -\braham JI. clothing 1211 Main, 

Mehl B Max, rare coins 303 Flatiron 
bldg. 

Mehl Israel N. clothing 1405 Main, 

Mehl Meyer, men's furngs 1603B Main. 

Meller Walter S, grading contr 504 K 21st 
N Ft W. 

Melton E F & Co (E Frank and A Odice 
Melton), grocers 302 'W Exchange av. 

Melton Mattie K, artist 192,s I-"airniount, 

Menn Adolph D, dairv 2802 W 31st. 

Menn Walter O. grocer lOlC W 25th. 

MEHC.4NTILE .*.f;E\CV TH»",. R <; Dun 
& Co, W J Howard Mngr, 401-404 Dan 
Waggoner Bldg. (See bottom edge 
and left top lines.) 

MEHCER Jt ■\VII,CU.\R (James E Mereer, 
Clarence M Wilchar). Lawyers 202 'i 
Main. 

Merchants Credit .\ssn. Robert E Kerr 
sec. Chamber of Commerce bldg. 

Merchants' Fruit (^o. R F Chapman 
mngr, 208 W 13th, 

MERCHINT.**' Pni.\TI\(i »V: SI I'l-I.l 
CO, Edgar M (.'raft Propr, Comni.nial 
Printers 1443 N Main. Tel Prospect 
1127. 

MERRETT 'WM ^V, I'roiir Farmer.'." * 
Mechanics' Saloon ]0l E Weath^rford. 
Both Phones 658, 

Merriman Man.-^el. grocer )4i)l Kills av. 

>IF.SEROI,E .1 «;, Propr Fort Worth Top 
Factory 905 Commei-ce. (.See pa'.:e 4(il.i 

METROI'OLITA.V IIOTF.l,, Stillmun A 
Moore Prt>prs, 911-1119 Main, 

Mewshaw Mnfg Co The, Max K Mayer 
pres, P .Jenkins vice-jires, J A Phinnex- 
sec and treas, clothing mnfi-s 104 ^^ 
Houston. 

.Mexican Chile Suppl,\' Co, D "O' C Pen- 
dery mngr, 207 E Belknap, 

-Meyer Leona JIrs, grocer 1130 Macon. 

Meyerson Samuel II. clothing 1508 Main, 

.Michael & V'aughan Electric Co ( E P. 
\'aughan, John -V Michael), 408 Com- 
merce, 

Midland Brass Works, R E Hard mngr, 
216 W 1st, 

.Mirth Otto F, produce 1308 Houston. 

Milam Itobert V Hon, )nayor of Fui-t 
Worth, City Hall. 

Milam Young M. pins 310 State Natl 
Hank bldg, 

Miles-Scott Auto Co (Charles H Miles. 
Josejih E Scott), garage 1209 Com- 
merce. 

.Miller Alice E Mrs. restr 114 Houston 

.Miller Daniel H. druggist Riversi<le. 

Miller Daniel K. meats 201 S Main. 

Miller Edward I,, grocer 1107 H 17th. 

MILLER ELECTRIC CO <C .1 and AV .1 
Miller), Klectriiians and Electrical 
Supplies 313' Main. 

.Miller Frank II, drugs 1231 Hemphill. 

Miller Frank L, cattle breeder 112S S 
Lake, 

Miller Fred Brewing Co, Erwin L Coon- 
rod agt, 921 E 0th. 



Miller HeriTiaii < >. .^rcc'-r In;! K Ex- 
change av. 

Miller .lames B. meats 70:1 Jones 

Miller John C, lawyer 511 F A.- -M Nut 
Bank blilg. 

Miller John T, pliys lllV.; W «th. 

Miller Joseph A. grocer 21.'. E Daggett 

Miller Louis M. tailor 20TF. Main, 

Miller Mnfg Co line). Byron .Miller pre^ 
and treas. C E Woodson vic-pre?.. < 
.S Chappel .sec. overall mnfrs :;i)7 Bry- 
an av. 

.MILLER I'ERRV CO (I'err.v Mlllrrl. 
Real Estate. !,oan,>; ami (.'olb-ctior,.-. 
Basement Continental Bank Bldg 

.MIIiLEH-IMtESCOTT S'l'.VrlON Elt\ CU 
(Fred W Milbr. Sitwell I'rescott • 
Printers. Embossers and Eiigrav--r? 
306 li -Main. Tel Lamar 19>'i. 

Miller Robert E L. phvs 205 Wheat bid..' 

Miller Samuel B. phvs 308 Revnolds hbU- 

Miller Tiiomas. confr 1217 N Grove. 

Miller M'alter C. grocer 714 Henrietta, 

-Miller & Day (Henry W Miller, .fames ■^v 
Dav). drugs 1730 College :iv. 

Miller & Lucas i Wm W Miller, ^V '.' 
I-ucas). grocers Hemphill o(-p Te.\a- 
Rolling Mill 

Millers' Mutual l-'ii"e Insurance Co of 
Texas. B R Neal pres. Frank Kell 
vice-pres, Glen Walker sec. K E Be« - 
lev treas, E K (.'oUett asst s.-c. Ill'-- 
W 6th. 

Millican J P & (^o i lames P .MlUican. 
Iirinters 204 E 5tU. 

Millican Thomas it. coal 1910 Kim. 

-Millican Wm O. real est ItilO''. .Main 

Mills Thomas H, grocer S21 iMge av. 

Milner Lee, ice and fu. 1 1200 K 2.1. 

Milton Howard, 2d l.d turn 202 Houston. 

Milwaukee Beer Co. P H Franci.^co stai- 
mngr 503 Wheat hldg. 

Jlineral Water Iii I'ot, AVallace K Stone 
ntngr, 508 (."ommerce. 

Mineral Wells Watt-r ('<•. Elllst..>n Bros 
proprs, 115 S Williams. 

MI.NT II.VR. Freil Cox I'roprlrtor, «5«» 
Main. (See page 4ii3.) 

Mirike Thomas M, grocer 208 'VS' Weath- 
erford. 

Mississippi ILardwood Co. Dennis E 
Chipps pres, Frank J Reynolds sec and 
treas, whul lumber 505 AN'heat bldg, 

Mlssoui'i Iron & Metal Co (Morris Gins- 
berg, Louis Cohenj 206 Park. 

Missouri. Kansas & T.'.-cas Ity. city office 
1002 Houston, pass depot lOr Main an-i 
Front, 

Missouri State Life Insurance ('o ',"^1 
Louis, Mo), John (.J Eaton gi-n; agt, 405 
F it M Natl Bank bldi.-. 

Mitchell .V P .\uloinoi)ile Co '.Xnsell P 
Mitchell), 701-Tm:! (,'oMimerce. 

Mitchell Emmett W, groc.-r I'X'H .M.-^con. 

Mitchell-(Jartner & Ci> (.lohn AS' .Mitchell, 
Herman Gartner), lia^ulitv in.. .'14 ■^" 
7tli. 

.Mitchell George 'W, U S comnr Fedei-al 
bldg. 

Mitchell-Greer Co (capital JlaOiioO), J E 
Mitchell jjres and treas, J H Gr'cr vice- 
(>res and sec, jeweler^ 914 Main, 

Mitchell John D, phys 5iiO Revnold.- bldg, 

Mitchell .1 W & Co I John W Mitchell. C 
Harry Walton), fire ins 214 AV 7th. 

Mitchell Lonnie M, confr 909B Main. 

.Mitchell Wm B. pipe line contr 21 t West- 
ern Natl Bank bldg 

Moilel Grocery (Ilarrv S Snvrl, r. I R 
Howell). 1103 Colleg" av. 

Model Meat .Market i i;d Gambl.-, AVm W 
McDowell). 113 W W.-ath.Tf..rd 

-Model Tailoring Co (E Zimmerman. I 
Prager). 106 E 11th. 

Modern Steam I,aundrv i Littleton H.ir- 
whU. Charles F Thorn. -Mrs II K El- 
liott), 900 N Henderson, 

Mogav Anton, grocer rj(j5 (ralhi>iiii. 

Moler Barber College, .S .\ Ru.-s»dl mngr. 
Ill Main. 

MO\\ir> DRV <:OOI)S to (Capital r-<V>.- 
000; Surplus $250,Oih)i, Will .Moiiiiig 
I'res and Treas. George Monnig Vice- 
Pres and Sec. Wholesab- I*r.\' Gootjs and 
.N'otions and Depai-tment Store 1302- 
1310 Main. 

.MoMsiblas Jose, restr 1'1S K 14th. 

.Montgomery Charles <i. life ins .10 Hous- 
ton. 

Montgomery .lanieP T, phys 212 Wheat 
hldg, 

Montgomery Oscar R. chief of police. City 
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Fort Worth L,ir"« In.suianct Co 112 \V 

I'th. 
MoTitgomery Robert C. excavating contr 

1401 N Henderson. 
Jlontgomery Ward & Co of Texas. Frost 

J Thorn mngr, mail order goods 801-80.^ 

Grove. 
Montgomery & Co (Wm Montgomery, 

.James H Swan), ind.^e brokers -10 

Moore bidg. 
Montgomery & Watt fRobert C Mont- 

somery. Robert H Watt), teaming 50 

.Tennings av. 
■MONTRIFF * MANt.HESTF^Il (J tUcl- 

ham Montrief. W L Manchester). 

numbing. Heatinfc and Ventilating 

I-nglneers and Contractors 20'S Dan 

\Vaggoner Eldg. (Pne adv in classitterl 

Heating and Ventilatintj.) 
iloun Edward D, livery 1313 N .Main. 
"Moore Claude F. blksmith 121 Texa.s. 
Moore PIdgar E, dentist 204 First XatI 

Bank bldg. 
3£otire Gu.y H. grocer 1701 Washington 
Mt"»ore .Tames L, dyer 1;109 Hemphill- 
Moore John C. re.-Jtr (iOS Main. 
Moore .Tohn W. grocer 1709 W Rosedale. 
Moore-Seaver Grain Co. Charles R Cham- 
pion mngr, 203 Cotton Exch bldg. 
Moore W Worth, real est 101 E 10th. 
Moore & Griffis (Kay Moort , Roy Grittis). 

clothes olnrs 10S'<; 'W Kxchange av. 
Moorlngsport Oil Co, Edward U Moor- 

ingsport pres. Jesse J Nunnaly sec and 

treas, 213 Western Natl Bank bklg. 
Morehead H N & Son i Hugh X and Clies- 

ter T). grocers 1731 College av. 
Morehouse Sarah Mrs, drv good.= 101 Live 

Oak. 
Mureland Quinn T, lawver 311 Western 

Natl Bank bldg. 
Morgan Finis E, real est 312 F & M N'atl 

Bank bldg. 
Morgan Henry M, grocer and meats 1007 

Twombly. 
Morris George W. blksmith 009 Evans, 
Morris Grocery Co (Robert B and P.eiija- 

min L Morris). S07 Elizabeth. 
Morris James S. 2d hd goods 210 !•; 

Weatherford. 
^lorris J Lewis, real est 100 Main. 
Morris N Bascom, phys 1012 ',i .Main. 
Morris & Homes (L Z Morris, J H 

Homes), tailors 105 s Main. 
Morse May Mrs. artist :u>n W 7th. 
'.Musely Jesse M. phys 1111 ',2 Main. 
MOSS & UI'.VN (I.<ireii/.> l> Momh, I'Ii.iiiihm 

W Dunn). Lawyers :;il Moore Bldi; 
Motor Car Specialty (.'o. Homer 1! L,\n.' 

pres, auto supplies il03 Commerce, 
^ti-.nntcastle Land i<- Irrigation Co. G 1.' 

Mountcastle pres, 11 I Merrill sec. 10 S 

I'.osenbaum treas, 31 S ('otton lOxch 

bidg. 
jMountcastle Wm E, drugs 304 S Jen- 
nings av, 
JMwzee Susie, restr 12.t Decatur rd. 
Mueller Herman O, grocer 103 E Ex- 
change av. 
Mulholland Joseph A, county auditor, 

Court House, 
Mulkey Young J, phys 213 W Leuda. 
Mullenix Henry L, meats 1645 S Heixier- 

son, 
!MulIennix& Givens (Andrew J Mullen- 
nix, James M Givens), phvs 1300ii 

Main. 
Muller Alfred G, lawyer 205 Ellison bldg. 
MILLER. POI.IiAKU »V LI3.VKK (C Hmil 

Muller, John J I'ollard, Boudinot Giit^" 

Leake), Architects Ft Worth Natl Bank 

Bldg, 
MuUin Roy E, grocer 1259 Peach, 
Mnllins F M & W C (Frank M and Wm 

C), oculists 406 First Natl Bank bldg. 
Mulling James M, oculist 208 Ft Worth 

Natl Bank bldg. 
MuUins Joel W, grocer 815 Cantey. 
Munn John A, restr 664 S Main. 
Murff Charles Y, dentist 503 ^-b Main. 
Murphy John H. phys 709 ',i Main. 
Murphy Thomas J, accident ins 211 First 

Natl Bank bldg. 
Murray Thomas F, grocer 1025 E Leuda. 
Murray's Swine Breeder (s"ml-monthly), 

D Robb Murray puVilr 1207 Houston. 
Mutual Cotton Oil Co (Inc), B W Couch 

jires, J W S Frierson sec and treas 

70,1 First Natl Bank hide. 



.Mutual Home Assn. Wm Monnig pres, S 
M Furnian vice-pres, .\lex .Vrneson 
sec. B O Smith treas 110 E 8th. 

.Mutual Land Co (capital $33,000), Rich- 
ard Vickery pres, John B Laneri vice- 
pres. C R Vickery sec. Herbert G 
Walker treas 1115B Houston. 

Myers Alvin C, clothes clnr 32B Jen- 
nings av. 

M>'rick Edward L, phys 206 ]\Ioore bldg. 

N'aggear .Tibron. notions, 1113 Houston, 

Nagley B Roy, concrete contr 1803 Hur- 
ley av. 

Nail James H, cattle breeder 1320 Sum- 
mit av. 

Nance W Clarence, meats 800 E 17th. 

.N'ash Hardware Co (capital $300,000). 
Charles E Nash pres. Andrew K Want 
vice-pres, Arthur D Hodgson sec, wliol 
hardware, Jones, 7th and 8th. 

.Nashville, Chattanooga cS: St Louis Ry. 
-A J Rich trav frt agt 405 Cotton Exch 
bldg. 

Nasser George, grocer 915 Callioun. 

Nassos Pete, restr 1504B Main. 

.s'atatorium Hotel, R M Colgin mngr, cor 
E 3d and Commerce. 

Natatorium Steam Laundry (Newton E 
(.iambrell). 101-,". E Belknap. 

National Biscuit Co. D O Nay mngr. cor 
17th and Commerce. 

National Cash Register Co. Russell E 
Winger sales agt 105 E 7th. 

National Coffee Co The, Julius Boehme 
pres, Ernest F Lasker vice-pres, 215 E 
4th. 

.N'ational Feeders' & Breeders' Show 
(Inc), S B Burnett pres. Jolin .\ Staf- 
ford sec and treas. ns 10 Exchance av. 

\.\TIO.XAL LIFE l.N'SrR.VXCl-; CO OF 
t" S .\ (t UK .V<iO. ILL I. liyrun .1l Bas- 
cue Hist Mn«r Casualtv lu-pt. 501 
Western Natl i;ank I'.Idg. 

X.\.TIO.\.\L LIFE I-\SI HAVCF: CO OF 
i; S A, !■: W Walker Local Agent 309 E 
9th. 

National I^ife & Accident Ins Co of 
Nashville. Tenn, WhUthorne Yates 
supt, 506 P.evnolds bldg 

V.VTIOX.AL LKirOR CO. Onear !Selli:ni»n 
Pres. J J Hendricks Vice-Pres, Hei-inan 
Marx Sec and Treas, Wliolesal>' AVines 
and Liquors 1408 Houston, Both I'liones 
462. 

\.\TIO>.i.L LIVE STOCK <'0>1 MISSIO.N 
CO OF TEX.VS, Charles Kelly ITes. .\ 
B Hamm ^'■ice-Pres an<l Fort W'ortli 
Mngr, Walter H .-\bernathy Sec and 
Treas, George Beggs Loan Agent. 
Sellers of Cattle, Hogs and .Slieep, 
Live Stock E.KChange Bldg, Tels Long 
Distance 205, Local and LonM Distance 
285. 

\ VTIOX.\L LO.VN & INVEST->IE\T CO 
(Detroit, -Michl. J J .Massie Local .\ut. 
Real Estate Loans 210 W 7th. 

\-\-TIO\AL MET.\L WEATHER STRIP 
CO. Raymond J Pence Mngr. Mnfrs 
Weather Strips for Doors and Win- 
dows, 312 Moore Bldg, (See right 
bottom lines and adv in classilied 
Weather Strips). 

National Penny Store (M M Miller, M A 
Farris), grocers, 402 S Jennings av, 

\-VTIONAL REALTV CO (Capltiil S.ld.- 
000), Jolin K Dendinger Pres, .John I.. 
Howell Sec and Treas, Real Estate 906 
First Natl Bank Bldg. 

National Stock Yards Co of E St Louis 
612 W 5th. 

-Natural Gas Supplies & Construction Co. 
W B Scott pres. R E Harding treas. 
O K Shannon sec. Heiman Jordan 
mngr 1102 Houston. 

-Vavarre Hotel. Jessie Cooper propr 
11121/2 Main. 

Navarro Jose, restr 1204B Commerce. 

Nave Royston, artist 412 Continental 
Bank bldg. 

-N'ayfa Frank, grocer 717 E 17th. 

.Vayfa John K. grocer 718 E 17th. 

.\EAL EIJGAIl T, Geul Ae« Amlenhle 
Life Ins Co of Waco, Tex, 210 W 7th. 

.Veal Wm O, cattle breeder 450 Galveston 
av. 

Neale & Turner (Edward E Neale, W H 
Turner), cement contrs .',2 Jennings .av. 

>EEUHAM R II. Ph C. (<inHiiUlni: C-hcm- 
ist, .Sec The Fort A\'orth Laboratories, 
Dean Scliool of Pharmacy, Medical 
Dept Tt xas Christian fni versi t.v. 
204 '/^ Houston. (See right top lines 
anri adv in classified Chemists.) 



Neely Rufus P, mdse broker 413 Moore 
bldg. 

Neely R Edwin, real est 403 F & M Bank 
bldg. 

Neidholt John W. grocer, R P 3. 

Nelms Maggie, restr 1404 Harding. 

Nelson ■ Norman E, ins 712 First N.atI 
Bank Bldg. 

Nelson Walter A, lawyer 310 Wheat bldg 

Nelson & Morgan (Fred Nelson, N J 
.Morgan), cai'riage mnfrs 210 Com- 
merce. 

NEW -IIAJE.S'I'IC BAH. Jim HulIiligN- 
ivorth I'ropr II,"; E 10«h. 

NE>V MOH.\WK HOTi;l.. S II Kennedy 
I'ropr, cor 10 inth and Calhoun. 

|New Queen Theatre, Andre\\' Zuccaro 
mngr 1408 Main. 

New Worth Hotel, New Worth Hotel 
i.'o proprs, Wm C Stonestreet genl 
nmgr. 809 Main. 

New Worth Hotel Co, John Scliarbauer 
pres, C 11 Fain vice-pres, Wm C 
Stonestreet sec. treas and genl mngr, 
S09 .Main. 

Newberg Charles .^, plumber 409 W Mag- 
nolia av, 

Newbv T Earl, ice 1812 Galveston av. 

NEWilY W <;. Viee-I're» Ki>rt Witrth Life 
Ins Co. 112 W 9th. 

Newell Albert E, genl contr 1626 Hemp- 
hill. 

Newkirk-iiffutt Shoe Co (capital $30, 
000), Wm B Newkirk pres, Wm B 
Harrison vice-pres, James W Ollutt 
sec and treas 615 Houston. 

Newman Arthur R, clothes clnr 213 13 
Htli. 

NEW.M.W C O, Mner Fort Worth Art 
Glass Co 209 S Jennings av. (See 
page 401.) 

Newman-Traub Co (Wm E Newman, Ed- 
ward aTid George Traub jr), sign ptrs 
110 E nth. 

Newson (^oia L Mrs, grocer 615 W 
Weatherford. 

Newton Bros (Oscar and Fifer), gro- 
cers 1728 College av. 
{VK'KOLS L .V. .>lngr (ienenil IluIlderN' 
! .Suppl\" Co. Jennings and R.ailroad avs. 
; I See page 404.) 

|Nick & Thomas (Mike Nick, George 
I Thomas), grocers 123 E 23d. 

Nippon Menkwa Kabushiki Kaisha (The 
! Japan Cotton Trading Co, Ltd, Osaka, 
.lapan), A Yamada agt, cotton export- 
ers 221 10-Kchange bldg. 

MS.SI.E^' CREA.MEIIV CO. S S Lard 
Pres. ./ 10 Blanchard Vice-l'res. J II 
Beaird Sec-Treas, 10 9th aud Denver 
Tracks. 

.Vix Kufus E, sec and treas .stl'(■l^ Yard 
Horse A Mule Commission V.o. E Ex- 
change av. 

.Vol>liy Harness Co (capital $12,000), W 
H I ligges pres, J A Clary sec and treas, 
f.oo Houston. 

Nobles Tina, stenogr 1016 Main. 

Nored Thomas J, grocer 930 W Morphy 

>OltEn 'I' ALVI.N. >lngr Lee Live Stock 
Commission Co, Live Stoctc lO.xciiange 
Bldg, "I'el Prospect 27. (See left bot- 
tom lines and page 413.) 

Norman Wylie R, baker 904 Broadway. 

North Fort Worth Ice & Cohi Stoia'.;e 
Co. Y .S Wardlaw pres and genl mngr, 
N Main and Frisco Ry. 

North Fort AVortli Laundry (Green D 
I Boger), 1224 N Main. 

North Fort Worth Planing Mill 
(Thomas J Clardy, John A Ryan), 201 
10 21st. 

North Fort \Vurth Sunday News, Ite- 
porter I'ub Co puhlrs, 121 E Exchange 

North Fort Worth Townsite Co (capital 
$500,000), Edward F Swift pres, Fred 
P Hopkins 1st vice-pres and treas, Jo- 
seph B Googins 2nd vice-pres, T Leslie 
Pallas treas, 2351 N Main, 

North Fort Worth Transfer c^ Storage 
Co (J F Casteel), 1343 .N Main. 

North Fort Worth Undertaking Co, S 
David Sh.annon mngr 105 \\' 20th. 

North Fort Worth Water Works, J P 
Woods supt 206 E 21st. 

North Side Livery & Boarding Co, Matt 
A March mngr, 117 W 24lh 

North Texas Iron & .Metal Co (L F 
Shanblum, A Z Goldstein), 308 lOliza- 
beth. 

North Texas Land (;;orporation, .s .S 
S«!arcv pres, W V\' Seari'.v jr sec- and 
treas," 706 First Natl Bank Bldg 



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North Texas Live Stock Commission Co 
(John P Dasgett, John "U" Chalk, J P 
Drahn), 214 Live Stock Exch bldp:. 
North Texas State Bank (capital ?50,- 
000). R J Rhome pres. B C Rhone 
vice-pres, Clarence Parker cashr, 2409 
N Main. 
North Texas Transfer & TVarehouse Co 
fDallas). J Y Rankin mngr, 203 E 
Front. 
North Texas Trust Co fcapital $250,000), 
Sam Davidson pres. TV E Connell and 
T "U' Slack vice-pres, J W Scheiiber 
treas. mort:2:a,?e loans 206 First Natl 
Bank bldo:. 
>ORTIIER.\" TEX.VS TRACTIOV CO 
(Capital $6,000,000). M M Phinney 
(Boston, Mass) Pres. G H Clifford 
Vice-Pres and Mngr. Stone & Webster 
Manag-ement Assn Genl Mnsrs, Ray- 
mond G Carroll Asst Treas. W C For- 
bess Asst ilns;r, C H Bowen Supt 
Transportation Fort T\'orth Div. JI F 
Mills .\sst Supt. J P Morton Supt 
Transportation Dallas Div, H T Bos- 
tick (ieni Pass A=rt. K M Watson 
Claim Aprt. C E Hollender Pur Asct, R 
E Griffiths Chief Clerk. E E Nelson 
Electrical Engr. Genl Offices 400 Main, 
Ticket OtRces 400 and 16)8 Main. 
Northwestern Compress Co, B L Ander- 
son pres and treas. M E Bernoy vice- 
pres, Abraham Friedman sec, 5th fl 
Cotton Exch bldg. 
Norton Thomas, erocer 410 Cantey. 
Norvell Corset Shop (Mrs Lucile Reed, 

Mrs Norvell Leahy), 615 Houston. 
Nowlin Henrv B, drujrs 400 Wheeler. 
Nuerent Frank, dentist 304 First Natl 

Bank bldg-. 
Nuerent Wm H. dentist 304 First Natl 

Bank bldg. 
Numism.atic Bank of Texas (B Max 
Mehl), stamps and coins, 303 Flatlron 
bldfT. 
Nye Henry W, real est 655 S Jennings av, 
O K T.VlI.ORl.><; P.VRI.OR, Frcil Earln 
Propr. Tailor Made Clothes, Cleanin_ 
and Pressing- 910 Jones, Phones Lamar 
3834, New 101. 
OberhofC Gustav H, plumber 506 Com 

merce. 
OCHELTREE LK.STER G, Sec and 
Treas Texas Mutual Hail Insurance 
Co, 609-610 Wheat bldg-. (See page 
412.) 
ODI3I..I.,, CLEXOENEN, Tl'RXER & 
SIMMOys (U W" Odell, A J CIpndeneii, 
G B Turner, W T ,Simmon3), Lawyers 
1204 to 1207 State Natl Bank bldg-. 
Odeon Theatre, J S Phillips mngr, 1004 

Main. 
O'Grady Edward L, plumber 309 S Jen- 
nings av. 
O'Gwin John W, general contractor 300 

Reynolds bklg, 
O'Has-an Frerl J. grocer 1209 Farwell av. 
O'Hara James V. tailor 4(17'/!. Main. 
Ohio Vall.-y CofTin Co. Fake.s & Co agts, 

whol funeral supi)li(-.s 1621 M.'iin. 
Oil City Compress (.'o, S W Johnson pres, 
B L Anderson vice-pres and pen! mngr. 
Abraham Friedman sec and treas, 5th 
fl Cotton Exriiange bldg. 
dinger Eros (Firnest O, Guy R, Hugh S 
and Jefferson B), coal 1514 Annis, i'oly 
Hts, 
01t(^;anns Uros (Watseka. Ill), Tasso 
Botkhoff mngr. horse dealers sa E Ex- 
change ,1V. 
Olympia Water Co (C D Holcomb), 1006 
E Railroad av. 



Olini'.li OI'- .\/.rKf.S THE (!Slillreine 

ijO(lge). T r> Yarbrough .^iipronie Pres, 
T l.i p.utler .Supreme \'ice-Pr(^s, V L 
Helm Supreme Sec, W.irren Andrews 
Supremo Treas. .\ H Easterling Su- 
preme Med Director, E .\ Landman 
Supreme Legal Director 909 ',2 Throck- 
morton. 
O'Rear Viola Mrs. restr 1312 Commerce. 
O'Keilly John J, phys 303 Western Natl 

Bank bldg. 
ORG.V,\lZi;H EMl'I.OYMEXT AXIJ .\n- 
VKUTISI.NG ULUE.Vr, Mitchell-Greer 
Blilg. (See riglit top linos and page 
406.) 
ORIENTAI, TAILORI\f; CO, O >V Battou 
Pr(-tpr. High Grade Tailoring. Cleaning 
anfl I'reFsiiig, Barber Shop in Connec- 
tion. .\il "Work Cii-Ued for. fielivored 
and Guaranteed, 1403 E Front, Phone 
Lamar 33S3. 
Orjthoum Theatre, L W Cummings propr, 

1511 Jlain. 
OHRICK * TERREI.l- (Jomeph C Ter- 
rell). Lawyers 3('.")-7 Stripling Bldg. 
Ortolani Bros (Hugo and Albert), gro- 
cers Van Zandt arid. 
O'Shields Chai-les M, real est 100 '2 Main. 
Gtis Elevator Cfi (Houston). Frank 
Suivthc local supt. 215 Dan Waggoner 
bldg. 
Otto liros Electric Co (Charles S and 

Laban S Otto). 27!i W 10th. 
Our Lady of Jlount Carmel Academy, un- 
der the direction b.v Sisters of Charity 
of the Incarnate Word. 201+ X Houston 
Our I.,ady of Victory College and Acad- 
emy, under the direction of Sisters of 
St Mary, 3410 S Hemphill. 
Overland Automobile Co, C A Pemberton 

ningr, 90!) Commerce. 
Overstreet-Loveless Co (J R Overstreet, 
R J Loveless), automobiles 1111 (rorn- 
inerce. 
Owens G W Lumber Co (George W and 

Ur.van W Owens), 1322 N .Vdams. 
Owens Tom B & Co (Tom B Mwcns). col- 
ton exporters 407 Cotton Ex.h Iddg. 
Owsley Roy R, carriage painter 415 

Commerce. 
O.xsheer Fountain G, cattle breeder 1119 

Pc-nnsylv.-inia av. 
Oxypathor Co, M S Elgin genl mngr 606 

Houston. 
Ozark Loan Co, G A Trippet mngr, 202 

W 10th. 
Pabst P.rewiiig Co. P If Francisco state 

mngr, 503 Wheat bldg. 
Pacilic House, Wm E Ward propr, 226 W 

15th. 
Pacific Mutual Life Ins Co. J B Howard 

genl aat 114 W Jith. 
Packard .\uto-Taxi Liverv (J M King, 

J L Trammell), llo.iU Main. 
Paddock Wm B, lawyer 903 State Natl 

Bank bldg. 
Padgett Loan Co (Bradlev M and Her 

bert A Padgett). 912'... Main. 
PAP'FKATII K|y<;EN'E -\ U-nt), Live 
Stock, Ranches, Lands, Office Hotel 
Worth. (See adv in classified Real 
Estate.) 
Page Walter W, blksmith Maddox av and 

I & G N Ry tracks. 
Palace Drug Co (I, F Thompson, W F 

Hudgps), 115 E Exchange a \'. 
Pahrer Caroline, restr 121.".A N Grove 
Palmer Harry, grocer 6(>2 Houston. 
PAV<;lJfR\ HUGH T, DruSH aad MutT 

Ire Cream 501 Houston. 
Pangburn Ice Cream Co (Inc). H T Pan 
burn pres. J C Tapp sec, 1301 W Tth. 
Panh.andle Grain <t Fillevatnr CM. Benja- 
min D Darby propr, 713 Wheat bldg. 
Pankey & Cliapman (Alfred E F'ankey 
Aubrey .1 Chapman), confrs 107 W 
Weatherford. 
Pant"ze Bros (George D and James D), 

restr 109 W 7th. 
Paritlior City Printing Co (Roy R Pat- 

ton), 711 Throckmorton. 
PANTHER LOA.N' CO, A A GrltHth Propr. 

1202 Main, 
Pappas Cafe, Peter Chiokas mngr, restr 
. 1C22 Mai". 

P.APr-.AS .»AMES. Shoe Shinlnjr Piirlom 
and Hatter 1603 Main, 606 Main and 
605 Main. 
Paquettc Joseph A, cement block mnfr 
2:!24 Cedar. 



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Parker-I:>rowne < 
tower 1)1 es. M 
pres. J W (7ov _ . _ 

chemists 1302 l^acilic :tv. 
Parker James J. real est fiu2 Wheat b-Mg. 
Parker .(ohii R. grocer 610 .\llen .av. 
Parker Roiiert J. real est Reynolds bldg. 
Parker R Clarence, lawver 1204 ft:ne 

X.-itl Pank bldg. 
P.VKKEK X PVKKER (VIrsll R and ^*iu 
R Parker Jr). Lawyers 27-2S Mitrr-ll- 
Greer Bldg. 
Parks Frederick S. meats 1502 W Mag- 
nolia a\'. 
Parks Rufus .S.. railroad cuntr Centril av 

nr i'vey av, Riverside. 
I'arr Jennie, grocer 306 W Laurel, 
r'.nrrisli John H, blksmith 12s Decati;- av. 
Parsley Storage Co (Charles B Par.-l-v). 

1414 Thr.ickmorton. 
Parson Arthur F. signs P.-vnolds bld^ 
Passalariua Tony, -rocer I'lel St Louio av 
PATHKI.\»EH >l<ITOR JAR CO OF 
TEA'.VS. S .M Hai-i'i^on rre.s. Treas and 
Mngr, C X Crawford Vice-I'res and 
Sec. ] 111:1 Ci.)mmerce. 
PATTEIOO.V .101:. Proiir Lnpltal Bar HIT 

E 9tli, Plione 134n. 
Patterson \\'a(ldy S. feed i-'.il Houst.. n. 
Patterson \\'m it. gravel i'''- X Florence. 
I'A'I'TEltSON IV A )tEA!, EST.VTi: CO 
(Warren A Patterson'. Kerl Est.ite. 
Farm L.iiids and Ranch.-s SOv Rey:.olds 
Bldg. 
Pattie & Horton Laud Co The ica->'.:al 
$4, 000), Will Horton pre;-. Thon-..-is Wal- 
lace vice-pi-es. H L J-^ittie See .tnd 
treas, 212 Dan ^\■aggoncr bldg. 
Patton W Harvey, tailor 110 E Exci-...nge 
P.aul Frank c;, re.str iliveiside. 
F'aulus Daniel D. 2d hd goods 651 S iCain. 
I'a.xton & Evans (Carl C P.-ixton, Marvin 
D Evans), jirinters 1209 Throckmort-Jn. 
Payne Bros (Wm C. Calvin Yl and .Tohn 

M), genl contrs lOlO's Mr-ill. 
Payne D Xewton. iTocer ll(i.S Franklin. 
PAV.\E 1II.;>R\ D. La-.vjer -ll)»-4iil> 

Wheat Bldg. 
Payne & Co (Joseph .-V and Willi... F 

Payne), plumbers 153!' X Main. 
Peak H \V Safe Co. H W I'eak pres. '3 L. 
Peak sec and treas. 304 Throckmorton. 
Pearson Vi'm R. repair shop 1329 S Miin. 
PIOClv M.VKIi.VI.N .V. \elerliiar!an lOO 
Main. (Se,v adv iii cla-'sihed V-. '.Tri- 
nary Surgeons.) 
Peckham R W Commisaior. <,'o 1 Rui';.- "^^ 
and (jeoi-ge W I'c. kiiaio). whol '.oal 
and grain Ic-U T..uraiii'- bid:.-. 
Pember Clvde H, phvs 300 First Xitl 

Bank bldg. 
PEMnERTOy .1 T, .Votive Vlce-Pres 
Farmer.- ^: ilechanics National i';r-.r.k. 
Treas Fort Worth Lite Ins Co. 112 
W 9th. 
Pemberton .John W. grocer S18 Essex ^v. 
PK\CE H.VV.MOM> ,1, MaKT National 
Metal \\'eather Strip Co. 312 M-^ore 
Bldg. (See right bottom lines and ?.fv 
in classiried Weather Strips.) 
Pennington Z.achary T, blksmith 5 Ki W 

R.ailroad .av 
Peoples Produce Co (Ernest E Gler.nv). 

227 W 13rh. 
Peoples Undertaking Co. Corlnthius .Mor- 
row mngr. 300 E 9th. 
Percy Wm T, real est 850 Ernest. Poly 

Hts. 
Perkins Forest T vice-pres and irenl 
mngr American MutuaJ Benefit .\ssn. 
411 H E 9th. 
Perkins M.ary, restr 1106 S C.alhour. 
Perkins & Lusk (W Hunter Perians, 
James E Lusk), grocers 1504 W Mag- 
nolia av. 
Perrine Jcdin S. st.ate mngr Merch mts 
Life -\.ssii of Burlington. la. 400 Miln. 
Perry Wni A. biksmirli -ifti Lu-xtr.ti. 
Perry ,S: Co (M.arion (J Perry, F.:dw.:'I J 

Her.gell). tinners 15('2 H(»uslon. 

PEHSKV n A .'<«).\ (IJnvlil and Isndorel, 

Proors Fort Worth Iron *c Metal Co. 

OITice and Yards 20S E 4th. I'l'.one 

ll.isedale 1619. 

rioters J-imes. shoe shining 913 Ho*j = 'on. 

Pel.-rson & Crosby (Chuic A I'.-t' 1 -"i.. 

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I'etta Nicholas B, grocer liiUM Florence. 

PferdmengeK. Preyer & Co (Liverpool. 
Eng), I'aul Klewitz nintrr, coUon ex- 
porters 326 Cotton Kxch blilj;. 

Phfgley & Murphy (Molvin riiosley. Al- 
phonso Murphy), furniture SOI) Hous- 
ton. 

Phenix Asa L, grocer ^i mile s\v of 
Frisco shops 

Philibert Elizabeth Mrs. phys SIO Flor- 
ence. 

Phillips Theatre. E H Phillips & Co 
proprs, 710 Main. 

Phipps & Lance (J B Phipps. L D Lance). 
grocers 21316 Vi Ross a v. 

Picton Harriet F j\trs, restr 245S N JIain. 

Pierce Fordyce Oil Association, J H Fitz- 
patrick ning-r North Te.^as Division. 
5th floor Moore bldg^. 

Pierce R L, mnprr Southern Publishing 
Assn, 411 W Railroad av. 

PIXCUS H I. .Sui.t of ABCiififs The AmiT- 
" ican Home Life Insurance Co, Houston 
cor 8th. 

Plnkston Luther O, grocer 72S W Da.g- 
gett av. 

Pinto Fr,^nk, jgrrocer Van Zandt add 

Pinto Grocery Co (James Pinto, .Joseph 
P Hitri), 3:il4 Houston. 

Pitman Henry H, g-rocer 212 Houston. 

Pittsburgh Water Heater Co, S L. Harts- 
field mnsr. "SOo Throckmorton. 

Planters House, iirs Mary IMcKenna 
propr, 13Mi^. Main. 

Platter Tobacco Co (Dallas), H W Lowe 
mngr, 70i; Commerce. 

Plumb John H. meats 32S S Jenniners av. 

Plumhoff Helen I, artist 1805 S Adams. 

Plumloe Robert M, employment 1504 
>faJn. 

Poff Richard B. restr 207 Main. 

Poff & Wadlu'.aton (RoUert K I'off, Oscar 
Wadling-ton 1. restr 204 'W HHh. 

Polk Bros (J.'unes H and Lucius J), live 
stock 5011 K Leuda. 

Polk Georse W. lanver 210i«. Main. 

rOLIiACK HKXRY TRUNK CO (Dalla.o. 
Tex), IioMis Freetield Mngr, 10C9 
Main. 

Polytectinic College of M E Church 
Sonth <riio», H A Boaz pres, O TV Pet- 
erson rt-siiitrar, cor Annis and B av. 
Poly Ht.s 

Polytechnic Heights Investment Co 
oapitaj $40.t>()0-, Irby Dunklin pre: 
James E Burton vi-^e-pres. Robert L 
Ro§rers sec and treas, 302 F & M Natl 
Bank bidg. 

Pool Byard P, drusis 1231 S Main. 

Pope Fuel Co. .lames J Pope mnsr. whol 
coal 502 We.stern .Natl Bank bldg. 

Pope Horace, in.s 41in E 9th. 

PORTER l.-Hl:0 n, B S. Ch K, CoDKlUt- 
ing Chemi.^t, Pres The Fort Worth 
Laboratories. 204^1. Houston. (See 
right top lines and adv in classitied 
Chemists.) 

PORTliRKIELD & MYSHiE (Frank A 
Porterficld, J Harry Wynne), State 
Mngrs Guarantee Fund Life Assn of 
Omaha, Neb, 202 Dan Waggoner bldg. 

Posner Abraham J, iadies' tailor 509% 
Main. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co of Texas The, 
.A.lb*Tt C Farmer mngr, 312 jMain. 

POTTKII I>'R.\Mv n (Uediuon * Potter), 
Lawyer 608-610 First Natl Bank Bldg. 
(See adv in Legal Blue Book Dept.l 

Potts BrokerapTi; Co (Morton W and "Wm 
S Potts), muse brokers 1511 Houston. 

Potts John, phys 7081/2 Main, 

Poulter & Jolinson (John L Poulter, E H 
Johnson), lawyers lOOH Main. 

Potincy Louis, grocer 1062 E Rosedale. 

Powell Leon P, cattle dlr 122 Live Stock 
Exch bldg. 

Powell Thomas J, lawyer 209 First Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Powell Wm T, wood 2409 Ellis av. 

PO\VER A J (Alexander. Po«er A Rldc- 
way), Lawyer 708'^ Main. (See adv 
In Legal Blue Book l">ept.l 

Po,\-thress Joseph, real est 301 ',4 Main. 

Pratt Joseph C, grocer cor Extra and 
Lincoln av. 

Prescott Furniture Co, G W Prescott 
propr, 206 Houston. 

Presley Thomas, dairy 1210 Denver av, 
grocer 1S28 S Main. 

Presley Thomas M, grocer 1423 I^agonda 

Pressley's Suitatorium (Clarence R 
Pressley), clothes clnr 806 Houston. 



Prewett Cliarles T, county judge civil 
court. Court House. 

Prewitt Wm C, lawyer 27 Mitchell-Greer 
bld.g. 

Price John C, grocer 1424 N Calhoun . 

Price Joseph H, horses and mules 2310 
N Main. 

Price L B Mercantile Co The. D Van 
Gieson mngr, installment goods 1014 
Taylor. 

Price Mattie Mrs, confr 2506 Lincoln av. 

Prickett Bion E. grocer 601 Kentucky 

Priest Mijanim D, lawyer 1031,4 W 
Weatherford. 

Prince Moses, teaming contr 1010 E 
Daggett nv. 

Prince Oil & Development Co, Little J 
Prince mngr, 411 Wheat bldg. 

Prince «.^ B\as (IIenr\' P Prince, Thomas 
C B\as). accident iris 623 Western Natl 
Bank bldg. 

PRITCUKTT IJ J & SOiV (Dan J and 
Ponder L). Sporting Goods, Electric- 
ians and Electrical Supplies, Bicycles, 
Guns and Ammunition, 410-412 Hous- 
ton. 

Proctor Hiram T, men's furngs 103 W 
Exchange av. 

PUtXiHESSIVK I'UINTIiM*; CO <INC). 
iMuiaid A Cowan Pres. M R Kimbel 
\*ice-Pres. \Villis W Hovey Sec and 
Treas, Printers and Binders 1207 
Throckmorton, Tel Lamar 174. 

Prudential Ins Co of Texas (Sau An- 
tonio), C M Combs supt 310 F & M 
Natl Bank bldg. 

PICKETT Fl R.MTIIRE CO (Cai>er>i A 
I'uckett). Furniture, House Furnish- 
ings, Rugs and Ranges 308-310 
Houston. 

Puclvett Nicholas W, drugs 1564 W Mag- 
nolia av. 

Puckett & i'uckett (Ira C and Grover C). 
brokers 506 "_. Main. 

I'uUinm Eetijamin <^). cement contr 2108 
May. 

Pulliam's Dancin,g Academy, J T Pul- 
liam nmgi' 3151^ Throckmorton. 

PI l-LM.\> IIAa, iieoTKe C Fleet Propr, 
16(10 Main. 

Pullman Co The. S M Carley agt, T cfe P 
pass depot. 

Purvis & Co (Duff K Purvis), railroad 
contrs 323 Western Natl Bank bldg. 

Putman Bros (Fred A and Robert D) 
meats 1418A N Main. 

Putnam K Mert. well driller. Riverside 

Quailes John E Co (capital 5120,000), 
John E Quarles pres. .Sam Davidson 
viee-pres. W W Barrett sec-treas, 
lumber 401 E 3d. 

Quartet Music Co (capital 520,000), J E 
Thomas pres. Thomas S Cobb vice- 
pres. J H Nix sec-treas. gospel song 
books. 204 E Weatherford. 

(juong Chow, restr 709 Main. 

Quong Lee, restr 407 Main. 

Ciuong On. restr 1409 Main. 

Quong Sing, restr 1015 Main. 

Raasen Frederick D, blksmith 1039 Jo 
sephine. 



Rabinowitz Hyman, clothing 209 E 15th 

Babyor & Kane (Alexander Rabyor, 
Barney D Kane), implts, carriages 114 
Throckmorton. 

P..acugno Joseph, confr 1510 Main. 

Rafferty Frank L, drugs 400 Bois D'Aro. 

Railway Postal Clerks' Investment Assn 
of Texas (capital 510,000), W M Sel- 
cer pres, E D Rutledge sec and treas, 
loans, 511 F & M Natl Bank bldg. 

Rail E G Grain Co (capital 540,000), El- 
bert G Rail pres, Frank Kell vice-pres. 
George B Payne see and treas, 501 F 
& M Natl Bank bldg. 

Rambler Motor Co (J E Homan), 705 
Commerce. 

Ramsey Lycurgus B, genl contr 554 
Elizabeth. 

Ranale Hotel, Houston Mercer propr 214 
W "X^^eatherford. 

Ransom James C, restr 222 Elizabeth. 

Ratclift Edward H, lawyer 4131,2 Main. 

Rathfon Jerry C, mnfrs agt 14 Dundee 
bldg. 

RATMFF CHILE <$: CANNING CO (Cap- 
ital $10,000). 2ach S Ratlift Pres Mngr. 
F H Vaughn Vice-Pres, Ernest O 
Boaz Sec, -Mnfrs of Chile 361 S Bbaz. 

RatlifC & Talbot (James ^V Ratliff, Wm 
O Talbot), dentists 403 State Natl 
Bank bldg. 



Ratner Abram, grocer 409 Crump. 

Itattan Arthur S, drugs and phys 211 E 
15th. 

Ray Auto Repair Shop (Albert J Ray, 
\V P Wynne), 1301 Commerce. 

Ray Thomas L, osteopath, 204 1ft Worth 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Rea Wm M, sheriff. Court House. 

Reagan Bale Co. John T Bennett mngr, 
cotton buyers 303 Cotton Exch bldg. 

Reagan Julia JI Mrs, milliner 711 Hous- 
ton. 

RF.mil.T AT HOME CO THE (A W Mc- 
Kay, W C Dillon), Switchboards, Tele- 
phones and Power Equipment, 103 S 
Jennings a v. 

Record Co The (capital $150,000), Wm 
Capps pres. Hunt McCaleb genl mngr 
publrs Fort Worth Record, cor 5th 
and Throckmorton. 

Record W Frank, grocer 500 Kentucky 

Rector IMorris, lawyer, 212 Ellison blclg, 

Redford Transfer Co (A M Redford), 
1503 Commerce. 

Redford Wm A, tinner 2007 Vickery blvd. 

Redwater Tram & Lumber Co (capital 
540.000), J W Ripy pres, O P Ripy sec 
and treas, 406 Western Natl Bank 
bldg. 

Redwine Jasper N, grocer 1624 LJncoln 

Reed Wm & Son (Wm and Paul H), 
architects 414 Western Natl Bank bldg 

Reeves John XI, drugs 39 Jennings av. 

REEVES W.M & CO (Wm Reeves), In- 
vestment Bankers and Loans, 706-707 
Fort Worth Natl Bank Bldg. 

Register Bros (Phil R and Maor J), 
tailors 108 E 9th. 

Reich B C & Son (Bruno C and Bruno C 
jr), bakers 1013 E 1st. 

Reid Automobile Co (capital $15,000). R 
T Reid pres, B H Reid vice-pres. Mar- 
vin Davis sec-treas. 815 Commerce. 

Reimers Otto P, grocer 301 E 1st. 

RELIABLE LAUNDRY (Capital $15,- 
000), Frank Sparrow Pres and Mngr, 
C W Conner\- Vice-Pres. J W Hoover 
Sec, 1119-1125 W Weatherford. 

Reliance Life Insurance Co, Clharles G 
Montgomery genl agt, 710 Hotiston. 

Remington Typewriter Sales Rooms, S T 
Browne sales agt 104 W 8th. 

Remy-Mickley Co The (Dallas), Clarence 
H Mickley mngr, whol candy 207 S 
Jennings av. 

Renegar Charles G. grocer 1614 Cooper. 

Fenfro Charles F, coal 1316 Louisiana av. 

Rentro Drug Co (Inc), E T Renfro pres, 
315 Main. 

Renfro Drug Co No 4. E T Renfro pres, 
715 Main. 

Rentro E T Co (capital $15,000). E T 
Renfro pres, Lee .Sherrell vice-j)res. 
Sun Set Co.x sec and treas, drugs 915 
Houston. 

Ronfro's Pharmacy (E T Renfro, Ed B 
Moseley), 1114 Main. 

P^enshaw Plumbing Co (O H Renshaw, 
Mrs V T Fuller), 2812 S Jennings av. 

P„eporter Pulilishing Co due), J N Sparks 
pros. R II iliKinley vice-pres and genl 
mngr, D I) \Vall sec and treas, publrs 
P'ort Wo'-th Daily Live Stock Reporter 
and North Fort Worth Sunday News, 
121 E Exchange av. 

Restoff James, grocer 208 E 23d. 

Rcvis John, tailor 289 W 10th. 

Rex Theatre, D C Feagles mngr, 907 
Houston. 

Reynolds Cattle Co iInc),-G T Reynolds 
pres, W D Reynolds vice-pres, l.i C 
(Jampbell sec and treas, 1001 ',2 Main. 

Reynolds Emorv P, cattle dlr 122 Live 
Stock Excii bldg. 

Reynolds F T Lumber Co (Frank T Rey- 
nolds), 505 \'v'heat bldg. 

Reynolds Maud Mrs, photogr 109 N Tay- 
lor. 

Reynolds Mortgage Co (capital $100,000), 
G T Re.cnolds pres. R 1; l.Iisliop vice- 
pres and genl mngr, J s Mnnniug sec. 
C T Burns treas, 401 Ft Worth Natl 
Bank bld.g. 

Rhody .Martin P. grocer S14 E 3d. 

I.JII(>>I1';-F.VH>IEU I.I\E STOCK t OM- 
.mssio.N <(), 1: i;; Itbome Jr Pres and 
'ft.nl Mngr, Tom Krazier Vice-1'res, 
.lohn A icii Sec. 1: .1 P.lionie Trejs. Live 
Stock E.Krluingc Cldg, Tel Prospect 465. 
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KICHARDS IIHOS (Ueil >l iinil J Lcni), 

Proprs l^ort Worth vSteam Uve WorU.s. 
107 E Centra! av. (See pase 406.) 

Rieluirdson Claude, cement c-ontr 1411 
Denver av. 

Richardson Jame.s W, grocer 1202 1st. 

Richardson James W, horse dlr ss E Ex- 
change av. 

Richelieu Hotel, H R Ivy propr, 1516 
Main. 

Rl<.ItNO>n AV51. MDK'r Fort >Vorth Boil- 
er V/orks, ne cor N Main and W North 
2d. (See pasre 403.) 

Rider G Hag-g-ard, medicine mnfr 202 U 
Main, 

KIDGWAY R B (Alexander. Power & 
Ridgway), Lawyer TirSH: Main. (.See 
adv in Legal Blue Flock Dept.) 

Ridg-way Thomas H. i;rocer 1 luO Calhoun 

Riga.iah Micliael, restaurant ;i01 E 'ir.th. 

Ripy J W & .Son (John W and Oliver t'), 
lumber 406 Western Xatl Hank bldg. 

Ripy Lumber Co (IncK lohn \V Ripy 
pres, Oliver P Ripy s.c and treas, 822 
.S Main. 

RITCHIE-CART.4X «t TIHXKR CO (Ilici 

Capital $15,000), John J <_'artan I'res, 
Wm M Turner Vlee-Pres. Clyde W 
Ritchie Sec. Mnfrs Rubber Stamps, 
Cutlers, Grinders and Barbers' Supplies 
1205 Houston. (.See page 41S.) 

Rltter. Flood Co fcapital .n5,000), Philip 
A Rltter pres, Claude A Ritter vice- 
pres, Wm E Flood sec and treas, slioes 
805 Houston. 

River Crest Co, D T Bomar pres, M K 
Berney sec, real est 912 First Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Rivers Wm L. restr 3068 Main. 

Riverside Cotton oil Co, Wm J Hefiey 
pres, J n Fleming- sec and treas, 314 
Reynolds bldg-. 

Riverside Grocery Co (Donald Hudson, 
F.verott ilurdock, Hugh Holmes). Riv- 
erside. 

Rivc-side Nurseries & Floral Gardens 
(Jolin W Alcers), R F D No 3. 

Roach-Manif-'an Paving Co (Memphi.s, 
Tenn), Robert W Colglazier vice-pres 
and genl mngr, 1208 .State Natl Bank 
bldg. 

Roberson .James F, phys 2006 Hemphill. 

Roberson Samuel M, livery log E 14th. 

Roberts Edward J. express 1321 Denver 

Roberts Jlotthew E jr. electrician 105 S 
Jenning.-^ a v. 

ROHK:itT.so.V LOII.S P, Funeral Director 
303-310-312-314 W lOrh. 

Robinson ^V & Co (Asher B Robinson), 
dry goods Kii) N Houston. 

Robinson i*o.sting Service. Mitchell W 
Grti-.nwall p'ropr, 113 E 7th. 

Robinson Randall, shoe shiner 1412 Main. 

Roliin.sun Scogin il. tailor 1543 N Main. 

Robinson & ijo (J 1> Dillon, G W Robin- 
son), baicers 302 S Jennings av. 

HOCHf. JKHK .1, ReKl KMtate, Oil «n<l 
Ga.^ 502 Wheat Hldir. 

Rock Island Ire Co (capital .?15.000), J W 
I)ay pres, Archibald (Jarruthers vice- 
pres, W H Little sei'-treas, 1517 E 1st. 

Rogers Frank H. 2d hd gds. 112 W Eelk- 
rap. 

Rogers RoUie W, grocer 1436 N Main. 

Rogers iinberc L. real est 222 Western 
Natl Hank bldg. 

Rogers Wm M. grocer 1200 E 3d. 

R0<;1;K.S \V C a CO (AVII.hou <; an<l Aunle 
L Rogers), lieal Estate. Rentals and 
Collections 1423 N Main. Tel Prospect 
23. 

Rogers & Fuller (Richard M Rogers, 
George Fuller), grocers 521 E Front. 



RoUins-Phinncy & Co (George L Rollins, 

.J A Pliinney). accountants 508 First 

Natl Bank bldg. 
Rominger W O & Co (Wm O and Charles 

O Rominger), horses and mules ss E 

Exchange av. 
Hone (leorge W , dairy cor 31st and Ross 
Rose Wm A, grocer 714 S .Main. 
Rosen Heights Land Co (Inc), Samuel 

Rosen pres. H A Perlstein vice-pre.s, 

Isaac Gordon see, J S Gordon treas, 

24.'H N Main. 
Rosen Heights Water Works, Sam Rosen 

prunr, 245!) N Main. 
Rosenbaum J Grain Co (Chicago. Ill), 

George C Mountcastle southwestern 

mngr, 316 Cotton Exch bldg, elevator 

.V Ft Worth. 
l<OSi;\l''I'.I.D .lOSKF. VIolinLst. Chora* 

Director 509 14 Main. 
Rosentield Clarence, adv novelties 15 

i>undee bldg. 
Rosenthal }lr(js (.Sol and Ben), meats 

1217 Houston. 
Rosenth.al Furniture Co (Moses A Rosen- 
thal). 400 Houston. 
Rosenthal Harry, meats 1024 Monroe. 
Koss Fhos (Robert E, Samuel E and 

Wa<ldy R). horses and mules 2501 Ellis 
Ross (.Jeorge F. tailor 1102 .S Main. 
Ross (Jeorge W & Co (George W Ross, 

Harry E Cummings). tailors 110. E 6th. 
Ross Louis G, restr 111 W Weathertord. 
Ross, Ross & Alexander (Thomas D and 

Zeno C Ross. .\ubre>' (1 Alexander). 

lawyers 2d fi .State Natl R.ank bldg. 
Ross lit Heyer Co (capital S50.000), Oliver 

H Ross pres. A J S.tndegard vice-pres. 

Max K Mayer sec and treas, pianos 417 

Houston. 
Rossman Kthrl E. grocer S04 E 2d. 
Rounds Wm. phys 210 Flatiron bldg. 
Rountree Wm c:, phys 915 K Belknap. 
Rountree's .Sanitarium. W C Rountree 

pres ;ind phys in charge, 915 E Belknap 
Routt K P, & Co (Edward B Routt, Hol- 
land P Smith), blksmiths 2024 Terry. 
Rowe Edward il. restr 120 E E.xchange 
Kowlund Robert M, asst genl atty C R I 

& G Ry, August bldg. 
Roy J Polk, grom t K av '/. mi e of Polv 

Hts. 
Roy. Rowland t Young (Robert E L 

Roy, Charles a Rowland. Robert H 

Young), lawyei . 6 Dundee bldg. 
Royal Confectio) cry Co (L M Jlitchell. 

Thomas Risto /ch), 1012 Main. 
Rozelle John J. 'xpress T & P Pass Sta. 
Rultin I~)avid, Irtilor 1202 Commerce. 
Rnbin (Jscar, baker 201S Crump. 
HI m H0'M;|„ Mm (;vorii;le <;urroll 

I'l-opr. 201 '■„ K 15lh. 
Rude Salvage Co (Isaac Rude). 1109 

Main. 
Rumei.N Proflucts Co. J .1 Wiseman mngr. 

agrl iniplls 114 Throckmorton. 
Runiph Deinetiius M. phys 107 E Ex- 
change a V. 
Rumph & Runuih (David S and Thomas 

G). phys 401 Wheat bldg. 
III'WF.LS I.I<;.A. I*roi>r Texan l^ve Stock 

Commission ('o. Live Stock Exchange 

Bldg. Tel Prosi>ect 28. 
Rushing Finis E, phys 19 Mitchell-Greer 

bldg. 
Russell Claude C. grocer 316 N Elm. 
Russell .Maude G, osteopath. 305 First 

Natl Bank bldg. 
KL'S.XKI.I. WM K. Mnur Southern Manu- 

I'acturin.g & Plating (_'o. 214-216 \V 4th. 

(See page 416.) 
Rvan John B, grocer 13'((i Rvans av. 
Ryan John C Land Co (capital $300,000), 

John C Rvan pres. H .\ Judd sec, 306 

Ft Worth Xatl Bank bldg. 
Ryan's Cleaning & Dye House (Robert .\ 

R\-an. J E Kidd), 205 S Jennings av. 
Ryder G Haggard, phys 202 ',i: .Main. 
Ryon Thomas J. cattle dlr 120 Live Stock 

Exch bldg. 
S,aikin Samuel. Jeweler 1603A Main. 
.St Cl.iir Hotel, Ralph Squire propr. 1205V2 

Main. 

Ignatius .Academy, Sister Marv Ber- 
nard suiierioress. 1220 Throckmorton, 
,St Joseiih's Infirmary, under direction of 

listers of the Incartiate Word, S Main 

uid E Magnolia. 
St Louis, San Fr.ancisro * Texas Ry Co. 

G H .Schleyer genl mngr. .\ugust bldg. 



.■<t Louis South W'-ste-n Kv (Cotton L ■ :t 
Route), city tkt oiliee 511 Main, p.iss 
depot T >t I' Station. 

St Stanislaus School for Boys, Sister 
Mar.v Bernard superioress. 121^ 
Tlirockmorton. 

Salerno Jacob, grocer 203 E Dagget". 

Salsberg Abraham, clothing 109 W 
Weatherford. 

Salvation .Army (social dept), Capt F ^t 
Turner mngr, 2d hd goods 1409 Ccini- 
merce. , 

Samuels .-V W & Co (Alfred W gamueis. 
Adrian Bronquist), real est 110 W 9th. 

Samuels Sidney L. lawver 306 Wh-^at 
bldg. 

Sandegard Grocer Co (capital £50.000 1. 
H J Adams pres. ,\. J Sandegard vice- 
pres, A Sande.gard sec and treas, gro- 
cers 1017 Houston. 

Sandegard Hotel, W H Gaines propr 60.^'- 
Commerce. 

Sanders Don C, mnfrs' agt, 804 Throck- 
morton. 

Sanders-Essex Swing Co (Ira B Sander?. 
W S Essex), 110 E 8th. 

Sanders FranK G. phys 109'-i £ 7t''.. 

Sanders Grocery Co (Turner .\ and Jan-.ts 
L Sanders), 119 W Exchange av, 

Sanders Henry, pianos 205 E 6th. 

Sanders James T. phys 1407i« Main 

Sandidge James R, real est 325 West- 
brook Hotel. 

Sanger Abe. harnessmkr 1206A Houston. 

Sanger Bros. Carl Hot'fman rongr. pianos 
Continental Bank bldir. 

SA.>(;ll.\F.T Jt. .S r.V ATS ( MnrMhHl It 
Snnuuinet. Carl (T .'^laatsi. .Vrcnit.-. •.> 
1005 First Natl Bank Bldg lOfSces 
Dallas, Waco, Houston. Sail Antonio. 
Tex, and Shreveport, La). 

.Sankary Bros & Hara (Ch-irles anii 
Haym Sankary, Moses Hara), notions 
1406.-V Main. 

Sansom M & Co. .T A .Stephenson mngr. 
cotton seed products lo;: Live stocli 
Exch bldg. 

Sansom Robert I, lawyer 11th fl State 
Natl Bank bldg. 
appington John P, printer 108 E 8th. 

Sappington John W, groct r 1611 Evans 

.Saras Gus, shoeshiner "OS.-V Main. 

Sargeant Benjamin F, genl contr ^'-ll 
Lamar. 

SARGENT AMLL L, Snlc» MD|rr The- 
Gaines B Turner Land t'ompanv 100- 
401 First Natl Bank Hldg, Tel Lamir 
663. (See right and left bottom li:i--s 
and i>age 417.) 

Saul Morris, milliner (01 Iloustor.. 

SAI MJKKS B.\CO.\, IMi.\.«icinn +0:<-«M< 
Flatiron Bldg, Pre,.; Cominon\\*'= ati. 
Bonding & Casuaiiv Ins Co I2d f! ) Fir^^t 
Natl Bank Bldg. 

Saunders Clarence C, pl'.NS 16101^ :Mai:i. 

.Saunders (ieoi-q-e W Cinnmission Co. W F. 
Jary mngr. live stock coinmissif-n, 215 
Live Stock Exch bldg. 

Saunders Roy F, ph.vs 404 Flatiron olciEr. 

Saunders T B & Co iThom.ns B S.-if.nders. 
Lee L Rursell). live stock brokers 127 
Live Stock Exch bldg. 

Savage Inza Mrs. hair dresser 'iC'2-- 
Houston. 

Savoy Hotel. Mr.-s Beatritre Iv.vids'.'n 
propr, 46 .Tennings av, 

SAAOV S.\LOO\, Kolieri H ^Vatl Propr. 
13th cor Jennings av. 

Savoy Theatre, F C North m'.gr, 3S Jen- 
nings av. 

Sawyer Henry K. grocer 203 .S .Main 

S.lV.VIOItS ^^ .>! it, l.anjer Mm Slriiilliii; 
Bldg. (.See adv in Legal I)!ue Booi; 
Dept.) 

Savers John T. baker 1325 Lincoln av. 

.SC.M.K.S <'ll.\ltl.i'> K, .Vevounlant HMM» 
Lipscomb. (See adv in cl.i-ssifled A' - 
connt.nits.) 

.Scaling George A, cattle breeder. Arling- 
ton Hts, 

Schafer Philip H, dairy SOI .\tlaMta av. 

.Scharbauer .lohn (Til Co. Coke W ilark- 
l;lder mngr. 702 Fiatirou bldg. 

SCIIlIRMKHirOHy »•• T H CO (Capltnl 
$150,000). F T B S-.-tuT'n-rhorn l're<, 
Ha.\- Xixon VIre-l'res. .1 NVontgomer.v 
Bro\\*n Sec, Bessie .lackson .^er. Pro;^rs 
The Fail- Dep.nrtnieol .^^cor-? b'JO-2 .Main 
601-7 Houston 

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Schilder Adolph jr, groceries 1175 Hard- 
ing. 

Schmalzried J Fred, grocer 1228 S Jfain. 

SC1IMM)T AVJI, \Vh«IeMiil>? Pro.luve. Hiit- 
ter, Eggs. I'oultrv. Game. Etc, 315 E 
1st, Both Phones 63?,. 

Schneider Mattie Mrs. re.-^tr 120 Pecatur 

SCM.\KI11I:U \ IfrOU. Propr Southwest- 
ern Art Glass & Mirror Woi ks 207 S 
Main. (See page 401.) 

Schober George H, grocer 307 Burnet. 

SCIIOTT MAKV A, Miifrs Act. Scboiil 
Supplies and Furniture. 607 Western 
Natl Bank Bldg. 

Schuman Charles, diamond broker- 401 
Western NafI Bank bUig. 

SCHliSTEIl KOPl'EL, »hoeiiiakrr X14 K 
9th. 

SCHWARTZ ABE B. The Tailor, Suits 
Made to Order. Cleaning, Pressing and 
Repairing, 107 E 13th, Phone Lamar 
S337. 

Schwartz Joseph, tailor 106 E 9th. 

Schwartz Leo, restr 107 B 8th. 

SCOUGIN J L & CO (John L .St-OKKln, 
Luther E Foster). Keal Estate and 
Loans 200>.!. Main. 

Scotch Woolen Mills, W H Crouch mngr, 
tailors 507B Main. 

Scott Bros (Wm E and Elmer L), gro- 
cers 2312 Azle av. 

Scott Bros Grain & Fuel Co (Clyde W 
and Roscoe L Scott). 118 S Jennings av. 

Scott Hotel, Henry Scott propr. 303 IMain. 

Scott James C. lawver 307 .Stripling bldg. 

SCOTT JOHX M, Lawyer 406 F A M Natl 
Bank bldg. 

SCOTT J V CO (John P Scott I. Tent, 
Awning and Cover Manufacturers and 
Carpet and Rug Cl.auers lOnri Texas 
(See adv in classitied Awnings and 
Tents). 

SCOTT WIXFIELD (F,ST.\TK OF), Mm 
Wlnfleld Scott and .\ B Robertson E.y- 
ecutors, B D Cramer Mngr 116 V. 8th. 

Scotfs Cafe (Addison M and Kirbv T 
Scott); restr 1625 Main. 

SCOVGALR ER.VEST R, OIHrlal Stenog- 
rapher 17th Judicial District Court, 
Court House. (See adv in cJassi.Ted 
(2lourt Stenographers.! 

Scruggs Lee V/, loans 116 E E.xchange av 

Scurr Thomas C, hardware 1111 Houston. 

Sealy James L, grocer 801 S Main. 

Searcy John M and Alex, restr a04 Hous- 
ton. 

Segal Herman, milliner 1206 Mair,. 

SEinOI.D HOTEL, Cloptnn & Meacbam 
Proprs. cor 7th and (Jommene. 

Self Hiram A, hiksmith 107 N Tavlor. 

Sellers & Gough (Robert B .Sellers, Rov 
A Gough). oculists 604 Ft Worth Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Sellors-McKenna System (E M Sellers, A 
McKenna), concrete silos 117 W Leuda. 

Shahan Herman T, grocer 513 Elizabeth. 

Shamblum & Son i Moses and Louis), 
grocers 415 E 6tli. 

Shanklin F M Produce Co (Frank M 
Shanklln), 110 Commerce. 

Shannon Joseph B, phys 1421 Bessie. 

Sharper & O'Neal (Jolin Sharper, Vender 
D O'Neal), restr 280 W 13th. 

SHAW BROS CREA.>II;RV CO «INC», 
Albert Shaw Pres, George .A. Shaw 
Vlce-Prcs, Bert Smith Sec. V Augustus 
Shaw Treas, Ice Cream Mnfrs. Butter 
Producers. Distributors o( Milk. 315 S 
Calhoun. (.See p.age 408.) 

Shaw Bros Ice & Fuel Co (capital $40.- 
000), Albert Shaw jires. Wm J Rhaw 
vlce-prea. Bert Smith sec, V A Shaw 
treas, 315 S Calhoun. 

Shaw Edgar, garage 1117 Commerce. 

SHAW FREO GORDON, Arohltert 415 
Dan Waggoner Bldg. 

Shaw Nat P, grocer Diamond Hill Add. 

Shaw Sumner 9, bfksmith. Riverside. 

Shea Thomas, grocer 1420 N Jones. 

Sheddan Frank G. phvs 303 Ft Worth 
Nat) Bank bldg. 

SHEPHERD L & CO (Llllir .Shriibprd, 
Wm H Murray). Edison I .jonographs 
and Records. Music and Musical Mer- 
chandise 308 Main. 

Sheppard Sidney F. clothes clnr 409 E 
9th. 

Sherwin-Williams Co The. Robert E 
Graham mngr. paints 700 Houston. 

Shields Lawrence, collections 10 Thomas 
Bldg. 



Siii|.m:m Warren \\'. mdse liroker 412 

.Moore Iddg. 
Shippers' Compress & Warehouse Co. 

r J' Freeman pre.s. J S Ownby vice- 

pres, B L .Vnderson sec and treas, 5tli 

ft Cotton Kxcli bldg. 
Shirley W Arthur, cattle dlr 122 Live 

Stock Excli bldg. 
Short Hardy X, grocer 2723 W 27th. 
Shorten Andrew M, grocer 1025 Mor- 
gan. 
Shrewder Samuel R, grocer 710 Grand av. 
Shropshire John H. grocer 314 Bois D'Arc 
SHROPSHIRE * CO (Paul Shr)>|i«hire), 

Real Estate and Loans 502 \S heat Bldg. 

(See page ll^.) 
Shropshire & .Shropshire (Benjamin D 

and Robert B), lawyers 27 Mitchell- 
Greer bldg. 
Shumate Leonard A, milliner 703A Hous- 
ton. 
Sideris H.arry X. confr 1112 Main. 
Silver Star Laundry, Herbert E Reed 

mngr. 216 W 1st. 
Simmons flarrett. horses and mules ss E 

lO.xchange av. 
.Simon .\rthur. pawnbroker lon.S Main. 
Simpson Frank C, photogr 407'-.. Main. 
Simpson L Lumber Co, L Simpson pres. 

C E Beavers vice-pres and sec, 401 W 

Railroad av. 
SIMPSON :>I.\RV1\ 11, Att»rue.v-at-La» 

2111-202-203 Bushong Bldg. (See card 

in Legal Bluo Book Dept.) 
Simpson & Self (Date Simpson. Carl 

Self), restr llu Main. 
.Sims Harriet, grocer 950 AVhite. 
Singer Sewing Machine Co, O J Doran 

mngr. '.il3 Houston. 
Singleton Hettye. live stock broker 101 

Live .stock Exch bldg. 
SI\<;LET0X FK.\.VK J. .Vrvhltect Mit- 

(■hell-(ireer Bldg. 
SI.VTV Sl.\ II.AH. <;eorKe C Fle«'t I-rupr, 

lift" Jlain. 
SL.AGER BILLETIX SIGX .SYSTEM, L I. 

Sl.ager Propr. Fine Glass Work and 

Pictorial .Signs a Specialty 410 Com- 
merce. 
Slater & Masters (Clarence ,-\. .Slater. 

(.leorge Masters), cigars 103 K 15th. 
Slawson Ira F, lawyer 413I2 M.'tin. 
Slay & Simon ( Wm H Slav. Triah M 

Simonl. lawyers 513 Whe:(( Idil;;. 
SLEEPER .lOHX H. EuuiiieerlaK and 

Drafting, Patent Drawings, Basement 

Continental Bank Bldg. 
SLKJ-VH J.VME.S >, Heal E.'»tate 411 First 

Xntl Bank Bldg. 
SI,If;.\H-KV>'.ARD L.WD «t» l.liinie.<< > 

.siigar. Jesse V, Kvii:(reip, Lands 411 

First Xatl Bank Bldg. 
.Slo.'ui S.imuel P, undert.iker 114 Main. 
Smnll .\lfred F. real est 7iisi., Main. 
SMISSEN & WILLI DKTEt 'riV !•: .\<;E\- 

CV I.VIfrpd M SnilN.xea, John Willi), 

109'', W 9th. 
SMITH UEN O, Pre« Fanners * Me- 

elianics National Bank, Main 11 w c<jr 

W 7 th. 
SMITH BROS GR.\I.V CO ( Itert K Smith), 

(^rain Elevator cor 6th and I'ecan. 
SMITH CHARLES L, Ural E.Htatr unil 

Loans S()3''3 Main. (.See right bottom 

lines.) • 

Smith Charles L. restr 2457',{; N Main. 
Smith <.'icero Lumber Co (capital $200.- 

000), J L Johnson pres. W E Connell 

vice-pres, J R Logan see and treas. 312 

First -N'atI Bank bldg. 
Smith Earl, grocer 4112 W 12th N Ft W. 
.Smith Edwin B, horses and mules ss E 

[■Exchange av, 
.SiTjith James H. meats 214 E Daggett. 
Smith John H. ins 28 Dundee bldg. 
.Smith Lou. confr 2463 X Main. 
.Smith L C & Bros Typewriter Agency. 

John B Kirven mngr. 207 W .Stji, 
Smith Marshall H, grocer 213 S .Jennings 
.Smith M Schuyler, grocer 32N .Wlieeler. 
.Smith P \' CrmstrtiCtitjM Co. Ceter \" 

Smith mngr. concrete silos TIU I'''irst 

Xatl Bank bldg. 
Smith Remus (;. plumber 3(»-S Illinois av. 
.Smith .^idnev. wht)l lumber 600 First Natl 

Hank hldg. 
Smith Thomas W, restr 204B Main. 
Smith Wallace B, phvs 912',-. .Main. 
Smith Wm l>. lawyer 70!) Wheat lil.lg. 
Smith \S'm I", furniture Hill W i;\cliant:e 
Smith \\'m M. clothes clean.^r 113 K 12tli. 



Smith W B * Co (Wm B Stnith), pliiml)- 

ers Siis Throckmorton. 
Smith & Lassberg (J Walter Smith. .Mex 

Lassberg). cotton brokers 222 Cotton 

Exch bldg. 
Smyre Isaac F, fruits 212 W 14th. 
Sm\'lhe Edward S, drugs and phys 2407 

N Main. 
Snelling Charles E. real est 502 Wheat 

bldg. 
Snoddy Christopher C. furniture 1130 .s 

.Main. 
s\OVPSKEA' WM. Shoe Rrpair Shop 

12(.i4.\ Commerce. 
Sod iniis, confr 2456 N Main. 
Sodd Esau, confr 2452 N r^Iain. 
Solomon Jack, whol confr 107 E Daggett 
Solomon & Hamity (Metra Solomon. Con- 

siantine Hamity), grocers 1205A Com- 
merce. 
Somerville-Cumraings Drug Co (James T 

Somerville, John K Cummings), 1452 

W'etherbee. 
South Fort Worth Lainl Co (capital $30.- 

OCO). John C Ryan pres. H A Judd sec. 

306 Ft Worth Natl Bank bldg. 
South Park Co (capital $20,000). John C 

Ryan pres. G H Colvin sec. real est SOfi 

Ft Worth Natl Bank bldg. 
South Side (Grocery Co (Charles R Coney, 

John Welch, George Ij Pickard). 1300 

Henderson. 
South .Summit Land Ci> (capital $S,oii0). 

C R Keith pres. E 1) Pierce vice-tires. 

T H Freeman sec and treas. 21ii W 7tli. 
Southern Cold Storuue .it Produc- (u. 

(capital $50,000). .lohn P King iires, 

Itobert H McXatt vice-pres. Samuel 

Davidson sec-treas. ni 5-919 E 9th. 
Southern Co-operative Life Insurance Co. 

D .M Doyle pres. G T Bludworth sec, \V 

M Massie treas, 3d H State Xatl B.aiik 

lildg. 
Southern E.xpress Co. A L .\Ic<Jlelland 

agt, 6U B Main. 
S01:THEH> P'Rl it .11 LEP CO. .V M 

Luckett Mngr, .Miifis of .'-'yruiis f.,T 

Carbonated Beverages E Railroad and 

Kentuclcy avs. 
Soutliern Hotel, W L Warren prn|M-, 

1204 M; :Main. 
.Southern Land Co (Inc), (' A Boaz pres, 

W .1 Boaz treas, 112 S lioaz. 
Southern Loan Co (S H Balli. 115 K 15tli. 
SOL'I'HERV .M-*M FACT! Hl><i .VMJ 

PLATl.NG CO. W K liu.--s.ll Mngr. Plat- 
ers and Mnfrs of Hand-. Hanic Fast- 
eners 214-216 W 4th. (.■^ee page 416.) 
.Southern Music Co. .lames '1' I-'ranUlin 

mngr. music publr.- im ( 'ontiiieiital 

B.'ink bldg- 
Soutliern Pacific St'anisliip Cn. I-' .\ 

Pennington p.iss aut. 116 .Main. 
SOCTHERN PI III.ISItlVG .VS>^OCI \- 

■riO\. R L Pierce .Mnul. Bibles .ind 

Religious Publications til W i;.iil- 

road av. 
Southern .Security ic (..uai: t.'o (Inc). E .S 

Hooper pres, H B (latel sec and treas, 

417 Dan Waggoner bldg. 
.Southern Trading Co nf Texas, C E 

White pres, E P Dillman vice-pres. It 

K Wliite sec, machinery Front and 

Burnei 
SOI'I'ICLAXD LIFE 1\S« HA.XCE CO, (. K 

Ellis Agt, 412 F A: jr mdg. iSe.. left 

side lines and page 2SI.) 

Southwest Magazine. Sfiuthwesr .MaL;a- 
zine Co pubirs, 211 Dan Waguoner bldg 

Southwest Magazine Co (Ine). W C W 
.McKee sec and treas. W .\ Beard mngr. 
pubirs Southwest .\hi-;aziae, 211 Han 
Waggoner bldg. 

SOl/THWESTEH.N MIT (.I.ASS * MIH- 
ROR WOKKS, \ lelur Sehiieialer friipr. 
Art Glass Mirrors. E\'c( > tli inu in (;l;tss 
207 .S M.ain. (See page 4(il.i 

Southwestern B.iiitis( 'riieologicii 1 Semi- 
nary, H H Carroll pies. .\ H .S'ewman 
dean of facult\. 1' 1: \\' illi.iiiis lihiat- 
iau. W T (Jonner sec, ("11 Kiddle regis- 
trar. Seminary Hall. 1 nii sw of eii>. 

SOI'THW ESTKH> E > <i It A \ 1 \ «i ( <», 
.lesse ,1 Waldeii .Mni;r, lOngravers, In-, 
signers and Elect rol>|>ers 151121;; .Main. 

.Soutli W'-stern Karmt-r ,Sc Br.-eder. Iteport- 
er Pub Co pubirs, 121 K Exchange a v. 

Soutbwestei 11 Fuel Co line). H I. Smith 
pies .itid treas, T |i Boss vice-pres and 
see, lignite mines 2il II Stale .\atl I'.. ink 
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ftUUHS ana investigations lor l^ounties, L.ities, Kailroads, Kanks, 1 ruet Cotnp»niet, Id- 
surance Companies, Department Stores, Manufnclories, Lumber, Rice, Flour and Oil 
y Mills. Oil Producers, Cotton Compresses, and Mercantile Businesses Generally. 

KIDD, AIKIMAN & CO., Public Accountants 

GEO. KIDO, JR., W. M. AIKMAN 

HOUSTON, 4.15-416 1st National Bank BIdg. SAN ANTONIO, 626-27 Moore Bldg. 



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R. L. POLK & CO'S (1914) 



Fort Worth 



Bouihwestern 1.;uh1 I'orporinion (capital 
?20.000). Claude C )la>es pres and tjeni 
mnHT, W H Townsend vice- pros, W T 
Coleman sec and treas, 205 Flatiron 
bklg:. 

SOllTH^VKSTIOKX ^lliXUAMrAL CO. A 
G Donovan Genl Mnsrr. Structural Stetl 
and Building Jlati'rial. ilnl'rs of Heavy 
Forgrinffs. Well Drilling Tools. Smoke 
Stacks. Galvanized and Sheet Iron 
Work. Boiler Work and iUne Cars. Re- 
pairers of Cotton Gins, .saw Mills, Oil 
Mills. Cotton Compresses. Klr-ctric 
Lifflit .and Ice Plants. Genl Oflice and 
I'lant East End Exchantre av, Tel Pros- 
pect 1040. (See pasje 4 U. > 

SOUTHWEJiTEHN TKI,i:t;RAPH & TKI,- 
KPHOXU CO THK. .J F Henderson Div 
Coml Supt. Fred I.inins-ton Div Supt of 
Plant, J S Trapp Div Traffic Supt. H G 
Brickhouse Dist Coml Supt and Local 
ilng-r. 211-1'10 W 10th. 

Sparks .Tohn H. railroad contr 2823 N 
Commerce. 

SI'AUKS .IOH\" X. Pres .«turkyards Na- 
tional Bank. 119 E Exchangre av, Tel 
Prospect 41G. 

Speer Ocie. associate justice Court Civil 
Appeals 2d Supreme Judicial Dist. 
Court House, 

Speer Robert E. printer lOS E Weather- 
ford. 

Spencer Charles F, real est 202 Reynolds 
faldf,-. 

Spiirel Samu^-l. tailor 1200 K Commerce. 

SPII.LKR K HKKKKI.i;^. >ee Cattle 
Raisers' Assn ^if Tex.ns. Westbrook Ho- 
tel Bid!,'. 102-104 W 4th. 

SPL.VIV.V \VAI.TEIl >l W (I.attimorr, 
Cuinminus. Do,\le & Bouldin), Bawj'er 
30(Mi ilain, (See adv in Leg-al Blue 
Book Dept.) 

SP<H»\TS .>IAKSIC.\I.I., Attorney-ai-Lnw 
413^4 Main, . 

Sprinkle- Anderson-Glenn Co (capital $5.- 
000), Felix Sjirinkle pres. J Burt Glenn 
vice-pres. <'Jrantl,and X .\nderson sec 
and treas. shoes TO,', Houston, 

Si>rinkle B F & Co ( B F Sprinkle, R P 
Woltz). real est 20,"..\ JIain 

.'iproles Sheril G, grocer 1300 N Adams, 

Sproles Wm J, huusemover 611 E Front. 

Staiti Blanche iirs, hairdresser SOBVi 
Houston. 

Standard Band & Investment Co, M H 
Dirks iiro.'i, ,V L Camp vice-pres. .A H 
Kirhy sec and ireas, SOO Throckmor- 

tOTl, 

Standard Macaroni * Mnfp Co (capital 
.$i'5.000-, Itufus Coy pres. Wallace V 
l'.t>;iy. vice-pres, (jTeorpe B Rollins so<- 
and mn,i,'r, cor E Railroad and Ken- 
tucky, 

Standard Pattern Works, Henry B Han- 
^artner mnsrr. 140,s (^ctmmerce. 

Standard Trunk Mnfc Co, O W Monni--' 
tnn^r, SIO Summit av, 

Stanford Wm 'I", furri 20ii AV Kxcliansie 

St.m'-rl Frank .1, dru',;s 13110 Hemphill, 

STVM.KV .lOSIOI'H S. Aiitoniolillp. Car- 
riage and W'aKon AS'orks, t'arria^e antl 
.\uto Ruhhi-r TirinLT, TrimminK and 
I'aintiny Belknap sw cor Throckmor- 
ton. 

Stapleton AV Edward, .grocer 430 Samuels, 

.St.ar Bottling Co (.loseph Glaxie. Jacoli 
Weiss). 2023 Terry, 

Starn Samuel E, mnfrs ast 21 Dundee 
bids. 

Stassi Giuseppi, ffrocer 2212 Cypress, 

State Bailor & lUisiness Bureau (Mrs L 
M r.^raeli, 103A \V 6tll. 

St.ite Medical As.sn of Texas. .John S Tur 
ner (I)alla>.i iires, Holman Tavlor see 
publrs 'IVxas State ,l(»urnal of Medl 
cine. \\Vstfrn Natl r.nnk Pldi, 

STATF, X.Vl'IOV.VI- IIWK ((upltal ami 
Surplus $XOO.OOO). !■; !■: Bablriili;.- I'r.-s. 
.Tames Harrison and Frank 11 Slier- 
wood Vice- Pres. Lee Sluri ill. H P 
SandidKe. .1 X Moon and W .M Harri- 
son Asst ('"ashrs. sw cor .Main ami 4lli. 

,>>'Ii;l;l,K C V .V < <> (< liarles \ S(ei-le. 
l'-r:ink ,V Arfort). Tile and Marlde Con- 
tractors ,'<:;4 .Monroe av, P U Box 2X0, 
(See iia.tre 40.'),) 

St.'ele S:unuel. meats 002 Houston a,v. 

Ste.re Gi-orKc \V. lauxer 314 Western 
Xatl Bank bIdK-, 

Stesman .\dam, hakt-r 1404 Houston. 

St>'phens (' 10. propr City I'roduce <^o 
213 'W l.'ith. 



Stephens Ernest L, phys llli:. W 6th. 

Stephens George NV, jeweler 1T15 E Mor- 
ph.v. 

Stephens John G, tfrocer 1134 E Rose- 
dale. 

Stephens it I, ester (James V Stephens. 
Itobert L Lester.1, plumbers 515 W 
WVatherford. 

Stciihens «i JMiller (I W Stephens. Georpe 
I'l and George E Mi.ier jr). lawyers 410 
\Vestern Xatl Bank bldg. 

Stetler Clifford B. genl store 2414 N 
Main. 

Stevenson "Wm H, blksinitii 1403 Com- 
merce. 

STKWART GRAirA>f P. AsRt Cashier 
Farmers & Mechanics Xational Bank, 
Main n w cor 7th. 

Stewart J M Transfer & Storage Co, E 
R Glenn mn^r, F M Stewart sec. 245 
W 15th, 

Stevvart Samuel H. house surg' Univer- 
sity Hospital, 

Stewart W Curtis, confr aoi Hemphill. 

STII.I.M.W .t :>IOOI{K. ((^rurue T Sflll- 
man, ^Vm X' Moore i. Proprs Metropoli- 
tan Hotel 011-019 -Main, 

Stinson iV; Porter (G W Stinson. D I 
Porter), horses and mules ss E Ex- 
change a\', 

Stitt Jolin W. lawver 709V, Main. 

.STOCK K.VCH.V-\<;n IIAll, Jaine» K Hi-il- 
dricks I'ropr. Fine Wines. Liquors and 
CiKar.s 1115 Main. Phones Lamar 257S. 
Xew ■,1:2. 

STOCK Y.VHIJS HOILSI': .IXU MLI.E 
<;0M>nsS10\ CO, C II Team Pres, \V 
(> KominiTer 1st ^"ice-Pres. \\ L Cooke 
2d Vice-Pres and Mn^ir. I) P .Simmons 
3d Vice-1'res and Mngr, R i'. Xix Sec 
and Treas. ss Exchan^'e a\', Ft Worth 
Stock Yards. Tels Pi-ospect 2.' and 53, 

STOCKYAUDS X ATIOX VI- I1\XK (Capi- 
tal, Suridus and Protits $300,000). J N 
.Sparks Pres, Roy (' Vance Cashr, 110 
V. lOxchanse ave. Tel Prospect 4 16 (See 
adv in classified Live Stock Dealers 
and Shippers,) 

Stokes R P & Son (Robert P nnd Louis 
W). harm-ssmkrs 1432 X Main, 

.Stone & A\'ebster Entfinet-rinp Corpora- 
tion (Boston, Massi. Maik Lowd 
(Dallas I southwest mnprr. F D Knitrht 
supt constructing engrs 600 Flatiron 
bids. 

.Stonestreet it Davis (W C Stonestreet, J 
I" Davis 1, clothing 901 Main, 

Stowers Grain Co (capital *40.O00). W B 
Stowers pres, .\shby Woodson sec. 418 
Cotton Exch bldg, 

Siradcr James H, grocer 754 Magnolia, 

Strathd.e .lohn H. tile contr 863 Ernest. 
Poly Hts, 

Stravvn (.'oal Mining Co (Inc). "U'illard 
Burton pres. J L Johnson sec. Arthur 
l>efrebach treas. lOlii E Front. 

Strei-tman "Willard. dentist 304 Ft Worth 
Xatl Bank bldg. 

Stripling Asa E, windmills 1728 Eliza- 
b,-tli, 

.stripling Chester R. dairy 2201 Hannn, 

Stripling-Jenkins Co The (caiiital $25,- 
000), W C Stripling pres, Peter Jenk- 
ins sec and treas, mnfrs ladies' gar- 
ments 4th tl Strijding bldg. 

STKIPf,I,\G M~ C, M k<>le,HuIe aud Retail 
iJry Goods 201-215 Houston and 206- 
210 Main, 

Stuart R T .<t Co (capital $10,000). R T 
Stuart [ires. \A' B Townsend sec and 
treas, stocks and bonds 2d tl Flatiion 
bldg, 

STIART ■\VM H, Propr Cry.slal Uar l(i01 
Maiti. I^hone Lamar 344, 

,STIIIIII.KKIKI,1> l,i;OMII\S J, I'ropr 
International S.-.-d <*i Floral Co, West- 
brook Hotel Bldg. I See page 407.) 

STI |{<;i;s JOIIX «. Wholeitale Pinuos 

1110-11 i-; oth, 

Suai-ez Mary -\. grocer 1211 E Leuda. 

Siiarez Ttiomas. grocer 1815 Johns, 

■^nt'.gs .\ibert L. groc-».'r 1510 Lincoln av, 

SMs;gs l..-nnidas .\, jjhys 209 Flatiron 
bldg, 

SI M.MOR I'l(l:l> \V. Alnllii Maker aail 
Rrpairini; liM.,'i K 2ci. (See adv in 
classitied X'ioliii Makers.) 

Sutton (' .1 I'lastiiing Co (Inc), C J Sut- 
ton jtrHs. D R. Weaver sec and treas 
106 14 K 0th. 

S«anM it Hicks 111 (' Swann, Sanuiel 
Hick,- 1, I -(!• I"!' Main, 



Swanson lOphraini, patiernnikr 105 
•'ahoy, 

Swayne James \V. judge ITtli District 
Court, Court House. 

Sweeney Maggie Mrs, restr ;.i4 E 11th. 
eeney Miles, grocer 010 .\lston al, 

Swt?et J J .Mnfg Co (caoital $10,'J00). ■5\' 
M Dugan jires. J J Sweet- vice-pres. 
power churn mnfrs SIO Asii Crescent. 

Swift ^- Co of Fort Worth, J D Googins 
genl mngr. pork and beef packers E 
end Exchange av, 

Swiss-.Km.'rican Watch K- Clock Mnfg 
Co (Michael Blackmail). 71iE Main, 

Sycamore Land Co (Inc), D T Bomar 
pres, E H Holcomb s..e. 912 First Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Tadlock Marvin E, phvs 304 State Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Tahoka Cattle Co (Inc), Caswell O Ed- 
wards pres. Samuel X Havs sec and 
treas. 206 Cotton Exch bldg. 

Talbot M Lyle, phys 303 Ft Worth Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Talbott Richard D, phvs 303 Ft Worth 
.Natl Bank bldg-. 

'I'Wnv LI'^WIS 11. I.anyer and Snbnrban 
Property 701 Wheat Bldg. 

Tankersli-y- Wallace Grocer Co (capital 
$20,000). Edgar M Wallace pres. Na- 
poleon P. Tankersley Vice-Pres. ,\lbert 
W Tankersley Sec and Treas, 1304 W 
Terrell. 

Tanner H & -Son Fish Co. J S Wade pres. 
'.' -V Reeves sec-treas. 1214 Houston. 

Tannt-r <*i (.'ook (Wade H Tanner. James 
U' Cook I. grocers 2261 College av. 

Tarlton John, la^vyer Tourair.t -^Idg. 

Tai-rant County -Mntu.-vl Life A=.«n. W R 
Booth (ires, J G Watkins >.c. Gen O 
Smith treas. West.rn Xatl Tank bldg, 

TVVI.OIl A\I1RK\V .1. Stale Mngr Broth- 
ertioofl of American "^''-'-nn-- ;. of Des 
-Moines, la. 407 Wli..-;it bldg. 

Taylor .\ugustus L. phys 4 11'- T. T'th. 

Tavlor Holman, phvs 206 West-rn Natl 
Bank bldg. 

T.\ll,OR .IAS T CO, .lames T Taylor 
J'res. Cl'.arles R Bardin Sec and Treas, 
(Tcneral Contractors 507-509 Denver- 
Record Bldg. 

Taylor L Stanley, cattle <K-aler 221 Live 
^tr.ck Exchange. 

Taylor .Samuel H. printer 1211 Throck- 
morton. 

Tavlor Walter E. architect 27i'0 E av, 
Polv Hts 

TAVI.OR WILL IJR. ( liir.ikiiMtl--t losi^j E 
9th. Phone Lamar 2340. 

Teague Wm L, printer l"01 X' Houston. 

Team C P. Mule Co, ('birb-s B Team 
mngr. ss E Exchange av. 

TerTiii.'l, Dickinson (<: Modlin (^'d^vard "W 
Temiiel, (.'harles 1 Dickinson. Delbert 
O .Mo.llini, real est 100 W ,<!th, 

TE:»IIM,i;'rON CAI.VIN M. Att..riicy-«t- 
Law 113 1™ Main, 1 S>-e card in Legal 
Blue Book Dept ) 

Templnton, Mil-am tt Biic-ker (,Tames .V 
Tt-m|iIeton. Robert F Milam, James .v 
Rnck.-ri. lawyers oni First X.itl Bank 
bldg. 

TEI«'»II\AI. HOTEI., I'ermlnal Hotel Co 
Proprs. Harry Knov^bs Mn2r. 1616 
Main and \0S W Front. 

Ti<:ioii\ \i, iiotf:i, i i> k apttai !<:;n.<MMt I. 

J 1-: llutt I'res ami Tr^as. Edward F 
Hutt Vicf-Pres. Wm 1^ Hutt Sec. 
Proprs Terminal Hot.-l 1616 Main and 
lO.s W Front. 

TKIOIIVM, T.«ll-Oi<l\<; CO, I- a Trcii- 
licli Propr. TaiUirs. Cleaners and 
Pressers and Hat ft<oi(>vators Terminal 
Hotel lildg, 112 W Front, 

Ternll .Mexander B. pliy,- liiSw. E 9th 

Tt-i-rel! iu-njatnin M, la\vyer 4(75i-j Main. 

'IVrrHll , loseph C jr, lawyer 304 Strip- 
lii,g bldg, 

Terry Bradb-y L. vet fui-g SOS W Weath- 
erffjrd, 

Terr\- Kobert L, horse cb-.-iler ss E Kx- 
change av, 

Texas .\nclior Fhtic c,i icarntal J25.oi)()). 
James W Spencer pr» -. Wm J Boaz 
vice-iires. Ben H M.iMin sec. B«-n i) 
.Smith treas, .1 F .sii.-lton mniur. 5th 
(-or Throckntortuii- 

Texas .\r<-hitect Th.' 1 monthly). E .Stan- 
lex Fit Id sec, tr.-as and editor, Te.XMs 
State .\:sn of .Architects publrs 601 
Wh.-at bPlg, 

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TEXAS • AIIT<» COI.I.Kta:. II i) ■iMinl* 

ri-es, Sara H ^\'altoll \'icf-Pi-.s, i' J:; 
Bowman Si^o, HUU Commerce. (See 
pnere 402.) 

TF.XA.S ALTO SI ITI.V CO. U n I,> iitr 
Pres, James Harrison A'ice-JVe.'^, Sec 
and Treas. C B l^yne Mnsr. TI5 Com- 
merce. 

Texas Bitulitliic Co (Dallas). Samuel 
L .Johnson local mnsrr. pa\'in^ contrs 
408 First Natl Bank bl<lg-. 

Texas Boiler iVt Tank Co <.Irhn S Bur- 
rows, J Kdward Cooley. Wm .^ Ather- 
ton), cor Xoith and Ash. 

Texas Bottllna Co (Alfred Hirsoh). 1105 
Calhoun. 

Texas Brewins: Co (capital $3n0.0nfi>, 
Zane-Cetti pres, .Tolin E 'Weeden vice- 
pres, Jone.< bet ?th and l^tli. 

TK.VAS Ml;ll,DI\<. CO tClipItlll $1UIMHI0I, 
.lames T Taylor I'res ami Ceiil .Mnsrr. 
James O Taylor Vir.--Pres. C R Bardiii 
Sec, H K Cumminsfs Cashier, Genei'al 
Contractcr.s 5th floor Denver Bids, 5th 
sw cor ThrocknK'rton. 

TEXAS m.SI.VKSS 1I1:>'S .VS.SX, II II 
Cain (Dallas) T're.s. F L Downs (Tem- 
ple) 1st Vice-Bres. J A Arnold Sec and 
Mngrr, K E Baldride-e Treas, 304 Keene 
Bldg, 1001 Vs Jtain. 

Texas Christian L'niversity. Frederick D 
Kershner pros, AViu B Barks dean, Wm 
yi Williams sec. s\v extremity of citv 
on Fore.st Parl< car line, medical dept 
and school of i]harinacy J(i1-3m5 e .',th- 

TF^XAS CLAV I'KOUI <'i.s ( (» (Cllpitul 
$250,000), Edward (' Hoadley (ienera) 
ManaKer, JInfrs Brick. HoUcw Tile. 
Fire Brick and Clav ami Clav I'roduct.s, 
■ 'ffice 409 F S: M X.ul Bank Bide. 
Works MalakotT. Tex. (.See adv op|) 
classiBed Brick.) 

TE.XAS COMI"A>\ ■VUr. ( Iluilxtan ). 
Machael W Bahan Su pt N.<rth T-xas 
l>iv Natural (ia.s Dept. ai2 Fort Wortli 
XatI Bank BldK. A M Chase --Vst Re- 
fined Oil Dept. 2.jiil Pine. 

Te.xas Co-(?>perati\'e Investment Co (capi- 
tal $2,000,000). Wm (.'atips pres. Claude 
C Hayes vice-pres anrl trenl mncrr. A 1) 
Rogers vice-pres. \V B Townseiid sec 
and treas, iO.". Flat Iron blil^-. 

Texas-Courier-Rec.rd of II e d i c i ii e 
imonthly), K V K.il.liic editor, 1121^ W 
'.'th. 

Te.xas Farjii Life Commission. S .\ Lind- 
sey (Tyler) chairman, Peter Radford 
mngr. Chamber of CDTniiierce lildpr. 

Texas B'isli * Oystei- 1 )istril>uti)ii,' Co. U 
W Cumminiis jjnii^r. 241 W IStli. 

Texas Fixture Co iiapital {2n.(ii)0), John 
E Weeden i)res. Wm Bounds vice-pres. 
I'.rown White sec-ti-eas. i'lJ-lti Calhoun 

T-.'cas Gene,ral Counait Co (Edward M 
Wilkins), steel c.jiistruetioii Se:; First 
.Vatl Bank bids 

Texas CJraiti Dealers Assn. T G IToore 
pres, E W Crouih and W JI Priddv 
\ice-pres. C. J Cild.s sec and treas, bl2 
First Natl Baiil< l.l.U 

Ti:xAs (iitAiN ji i:i,i;% .\Toi{ co <<; ii 
and E M Rotrers). Ii,.ceivers and Ship- 
pers of Grain. Mill Products and Hav 
403-404 Cotton <!i i;rain Exchange Bldff 

Texas Grocery Co (Elmer C. Husli T 
and Georee T ilasollin). 1417 Ellis av 

Texas Ileatinp: & Ventilatins Co (Inc). 
Roy T Wasson pres. John W Horri.i 
mngr, 110 S JeiHiiii;^'s av. 

Te.xas Implement and Carriage Co (Ed- 
win H, Auarustus H 'and Charles T 
Buie), 106 Throckmorton. 

Texas Indemnity Excliaiisie (Glen Wal 
ker, A F Sherman), ins lUi'.. W 6th. 

Texas Junk Co, Mrs J It Colton- propr, 
1307 Commerce. 

Texas-Kalamazoo .'^ilo Co. M' H Steven- 
son mnfrr, 2419': >•' Main. 

TEXAS UJVK STO( K COMlllSSIOV CO, 
Lisa Runnels Bi o)>r. Bivt Sleek Ex- 
change Rldp-. Tel Prospect 2S. 

TE.V.AS MA.M l'.\( '11 Itl-Vi; CO, A J But- 
ler Pres and Treas, B W Stephens Sec 
Jobbers of Mill, Gin, Steam and "Water 
.•Supplies 255-2r/j W 15th. Tel Lamai 
3020. ■ 

TKX VS Ml TI'AI, If.VII, INSI'Il VVCE CO. 
L A Pitchforil I'l ..-s. W C JtcFall and 
J II Johnson \Tce-Pres. Tj G ocileltree 
Sec and Treas, Hail Insutane,. on 
({rowing Crops t,":)-i;in Wheat Pldi; 
' See page- 412.) 



Texas Xatii>nal ,\lLitual I'^irc iusui-aiioc 
<.'i> icajiital Sl"(i.»iie). E E Bewley pres. 
Ben (,> Smitii \ice-pres. Glen Wallver 
sec, !■: K Coll.'tt treas. lU'; \V Gth. 

Texas Oil BanrI i^.- Investment Co, J F 
-Morris pres. I) F Haley sec and treas 
7ii2 Wheat I'M-. 

Ti;XAs-oKi..\u<ni.\ ri£o\o<iit.\iMi co, 
J P. Peterson Miigr, Distributors of 
Edison I'lionographs and Recoi-ds .S2.S 
Monroe, (See ad\' in Houston section.) 

Texas Ctrgaiiization Bureau. Claude C 
Hayes pres ;<nd treas, W B Townsend 
sec. brokers 20.^ Flatiron bids. 

Texas Pacific (^oal Co (Thurber), .-\rthui- 
S (.;oetz gen sales agt 503 F & M Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Texas Printing Co (capital ?25,000) 
Zane-Cetti pies. Fred S Boulware genl 
mngi', !n.' (Commerce. 

Texas Purciiasing Co, J W Daniel mngr. 
Iii7 E i:Uh. 

Texas Bailwav Journal (monthlv), C F 
(loodricli e.litor. J"-; E Weath'ertord. 

Ti;X.\S R01-I-IN(; MILI, CO (Capitiil 
$300,000), George W Armstrong Pres. 
(i W P Coates A'ice Pres and Genl 
Mngr, Wm Bryce Vice Pres, J F Fos- 
ter Sec, Wm Capps Treas. Mnfrs Bar 
Iron and Steel for Reinforcing Con- 
crete, R R Track Sjiikes, Bolts and 
Nuts, s end of Hempliill. 

Texas Salvage & Storage Co, Horace Ran- 
dolph mngr. grocers 111 Houston. 

Texas .Seating ('o. A M Mcl'^lwee pres. 
H A\' Louthsti-om mng-r, 285 W Jaclison. 

Texas Securities Co. Thomas D' Iti>ss pres. 
Francis A Douglass vice pres. Zeno 
(' Ross sec, Ale.xander Simpson treas. 
loans State Natl Bank bldg, 

Texas Selling: Agency (James F Farmer), 
bldg material "15 Dan Waggoner bldg- 

Texas Silo Co (Inc), V J Burke genl 
mngr. silo innfrs .N Main. N Ft W 

Texas State Assn of Architects, JI I! 
Sanguinet pres. O J Borehn (Houston) 
1st vice i>res. 10 Stanle\' Field sec and 
treas. 601 'Wheat bldg. 

Texas State Bank (capital $100,000). W 
L Smallwood pres, Georg^e T StiBman 
vice pres, B B Samuels cashier, 1000 
Main. 

Texas State Journal of Medicine (month- 
ly). State Medical Assn of Texas 
publrs. Western Natl Bank bldg. 

Texas Steam Dye Works (W A Gopher), 
113 W 11th. 

Texas Tank & Culvert Co, T B Hinkle 
lires. D B MofCett vice-i)res. John H 
Banier scc-treas. coi- K Front and Boaz 

Texas Title Co (Inc), R G Johnson pres. 
AS'hitmore Morris vice pres and treas. 
H J Hayes sec, 20?) W 8th. 

Texas Title Guarantv Co (capital $150.- 
000), Robert G Johnson pres. Whit- 
more Morris vice pres, Herbert .1 
Haves sec, L D Hahn mngr, 209 W 
Sth. 

Texas & Pacific Railway Co, F J Zurn 
(list i>ass agt 704 Main, depot foot of 
M!ain. 

Thaclier Wm E. ] lumber lOOlH ZMain 

Thomas Albert T, watchmaker 1115a 
Main. 

TIIOMPSOX GEORGE (ThorapHon & 
Barwise), Lawyer Denver Bldg. Sth 
cor Thockmorton. (See adv in Legal 
Blue Book I^ept). 

Thompson Jack Transfer & Storage Co 
Jack Thompson propr, 116 B 15th. 

Thompson Ola M Mrs. public stenog 1010 
First Natl Bank bldg. 

Thompson Waller, confr 707a E Front 

THOMPSON * BARAVISK (Geortre 
Thompson, Joseph H Barwise), Law- 
yers. (General .\ltorneys Ft W it D (' 
Ry and Wichita Valley Lines, General 
Solicitors. Receivers K C M (& O Ry. 
Denver Bldg, 5th cor Thockmorton 
(See adv in J-egai Blue Book Dept). 

Thomson Elisha J, grocer 2000 Wash- 
ington. 

Thornton James A, cattle dealer 215 Live 
Stock Exchange bldg. 

Tlirashi-r Wm M. hlk.^mith 112 W BUilT 

Thurber Brick <l'o (Thurber). Arthur S 
Goetz genl sales agt, 504 F & M- Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Thurman & Eruin (.\nderson S Tliur- 
man, Roy Erwin), grocers 1305 I'.ir- 
nell av. 



I'idball Leonard C, mnfrs agt 1627-B 
.Main. 

Tidemann K & Co (Karl Tidemann. II 
A F Itenfert). cotton bU\ers 407 Dan 
Waggoner bldg. 

Tierney l>aniel F, genl contr 840i,i; Mon- 
I'oe. 

Tikalsky JIathes J, grocer 404 W 23d. 

Tildon John W. phys 401 "i E 9th. , 

Tilke Cb.arles .V. grocer Stove Fdv r-l. 

Tillar Ben J, capitalist 1201 State Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Tillar J T ^V (Estate of), Ben J Tillar 
trustee. 1201 State Natl Bank bldg. 

Tlmmons F R Mrs, phys 1944 Fairmount 
av. 

Tingle Bros (Uga D and Jesse W), trans- 
fer 302 Elizabeth. 

Tioga C>il ,.<: Gas Co, Joel S Morris jires. 
Wm A Butts sec and treas. 316 Dan 
■Waggoner bldg. 

Tioga Sanitarium (t Water Co (capital 
?250,000). John M Scott pres, Andrew 
J Scott sec and treas, mineral w.aters 
406 F vt M Natl Bank bldg. Wells. 
Tioga. Tex. 

Tomlinson Samuel A. genl contr .j2 Jen- 
nings av. 

Tomme J D, dentist 503 V> Main. 

Toups C II Commission Co, C II Toups 
pres and genl mngr. live stock com- 
mission 221 Stock Exchange bldg. 

Touraiiie Tailoring Co (Davis L LNliller), 
806-.\ Throckmorton. 

Towb Max. dry goods 1323 W 25tn. 

Townsend Governor R, phys 1111'... Main 

Townsend J Itichaid. meats l.';00 S Lake 
ro> iiKO.'< i,i:iri:it .wu adv i;k'i is- 

ING CO (J((lin C and E (Chester Toy). 
Direct Advertising. Multigraiihers. 
Addressing and Mailing 311-312 Dau 
Waggonei" Bldg. (See ad\' in classi- 
fied .Multigraphing.) 

Toy Oil & Development Co. G O Mount- 
castle pres. R O JlctJormick vice-pres. 
R I Merrill sec and treas, 318 Cotton 
Exch bldg. 

Traber George S jr. repair shop 1315 
Hogan's al. 

Traders' National Bank The (capital 
$125,000). II C Edrington pres, George 
H Mulkey vice-pres, W R Edrington 
cashr, 808 Houston. 

Traders' Realty Co. W .-V Osborne mngr, 
11 First Natl Bank bldg. 

Trammell liavid B. lawyer 11th fl State 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Trammell Wm A. dairy. Riverside. 

Transfer Drug Store (Virgil R Ford, 
Frank B Robinson). 1018 Houston. 

Transit Inspection Bureau (Kansas Citw 
Mo). George W Klippel agt, 400 Cotton 
Exch bldg. 

TR.AXSMl'nER I'llll.l'Sni.VC; CO THE 
(Aaron and Jesse .\ Smith). Publrs of 
The Transmitter. 415 W Railroad av. 

TRANSMITTER THE (Monthly). Tlie 
Tr.ansmitter Bul)lishing Co PubHshei.. 
A Telephone Journal, 415 W Bailroad 
avenue. 

TRAVIS FR.VXK, The PoiMllnr Tallur. 
Tailor-Made Clothing. Made in Fort 
Worth. CJleaning. Pressing and Repair- 
ing, All Work Guaranteed. 108 E 4th. 

Treulich Louis G, propr Terminal Tailor- 
ing Co. 112 W Front. 

Trice Camille C, real est 28 Dundee bldg. 

Trigg ii Trigg (Henry B and Ross B), 
phys 208 Ft Worth Natl Bank bldg. 

Trimble Alonzo D. wood 900 S Main. 

Trimble Wm M, phys 304 State Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Trinity Compress Co, B L Anderson pres 
and treas. M E Berne.y vice-pres, 
Abraham Friedman sec, oth fl Cotton 
Exch bldg, compress Sth and Pecan. 

Trinity (t Brazos Valley Ry, Ben T Scott 
city pass and tkt agt, C F Norton 
ooml agt, 613 Main. 

Tripis J a- Co (Joseph Tripis), fruit 
brokers IGIOV' Main. 

TIllPI.KrT ALFRED T, I'hyslo-'»lodlonl 
I'hysician and Surgeon 301 Stripling 
bldg, 

Tri-State Coal Co, Charles R Keith 
mngr. 202 Reynolds bldg. 

Trostman lOdward, clothing 304 Main. 

Trotter Joliii I, grocer 164il \\ 7th. 

Truman Jotiu C. grocer ItoO 1'] Terrell av. 

Tuec Co The, H II (Tartside mrmr. vacn- 
iitn cleaners 905 Throckmortnn. 

Turle\ .l.ihn C, dry goods 1H W Ex- 

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TUUNER GAIXICS II LA\n <«mi'\\Y 
THE, Gaiuo.H U Turner Pre», \\'in 

Sarsrent Sales Mngr, Real i;.statf In- 
vestments, Farm and CoUniiz.ition 
Lands, Farm Loans Flo, 400-4U1 First 
Natl Bank Bldg-, Tel Lamar eft.?. (See 
right and left bottom lines and iiage 
417.) 

Turner Grocery Co (Bernice J Turner, 
Wm C Slocum), 1406 Mitchell av. 

Turner Thomas E. srocer 2400 C\ press. 

Turner William G, capitalist 207 F & M 
Natl Bank bldg-. 

Turner «& Pinirce (Arthur I? Dinc'ee), 
prrocers 502 Hnustnn. 

TIIRRENTI>"K OLIVER M, T'^.voIiimI ve 
TallorinB, If Its N'nt a Fit. Its N'ot 
a Fit. 107 E 7th. Phone Lamar sm. 

Twentieth Street Drup Co (Inc: capital 
$3,000), E r Croarkin pres and troas, 
A H Montford sec and mnsr, 1549 N 
Main. 

Tyne- Bros (Louis AV and G Edmund), 
grocers 1413 E Front. 

Typewriter Supply Co (George B Maver). 
113 E 10th. 

Underwood Typewriter Co, 'W Ru.ssell 
Van Derveer mnprr. lllA "W 6tli. 

Uneeda Cash Grocery. 600 S Jennini^s av 

Union Bakerv (N Fred Jones. Wiiev J 
Taylor), 303 S Jennings av. 

Union Banner The. Cony "W Woodman 
publr 306^0 Throckmorton. 

UXIOX CKNTn\I> I.IFR INS! H.VXCK 
CO OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, Lee i f^ee 
(Dallas). General Ajrts, Thomas M 
Armstrong' nist Mnirr, 503 F (fe M 
Natl Bank Bldtr. i See backbone, left 
top lines and inxae 282.) 

Union Kmploj'ment A2"enc.v, Lucien L 
Dixon mnf:rr, 501 ij Main. 

Unioii I-und Co. Wm T> Davis pres. Wal- 
ter B Scott .sec anrl treas, 201 Ellison 
hldp. 

Union Mission. S B Mayfleld supt l.">02 
Main. 

INION TR.\N>.KER rO.>Il',\NV, I'lill W 
Greenwall Fi-es, Wni Capps Vice-Tres. 
A R Eldredpre Sec-Treas and (Jenl 
Mnprr, Offices 104 1-; Tith and Texas & 
Pacific Pass Station. Both Phones 108. 

UNITEIJ nr.NEVOLENT ASSOCI.VTION 
(INC), Edward S Royal Supreme I'res. 
Adolphus Gardner Supreme Vice-i^re-s. 
James A Conner Supreme Sec, Ben O 
Smith Supreme Tieas. 302-3 C'ontin- 
ental Bank bldg. 

United Mercantile Co, Charles H Whito 
mngr. installment goods 105 S Jen- 
nines av. 

UNITED .«TATi;S AMISEMENT CO 
Ff;VTIHE WEPT (Capital $25,000), C 
R Scott Pres and Genl Mngr, Moving 
Picture Films, Feature Films and 
Supplies, Entire 2d Floor 705 Vi Hous- 
ton. 

United States Bureau of Animal Indus- 
try (Dcpt of Agriculture), C K Maud- 
lin and I>r L J -Mien insprs in charge, 
603 First Xalt Bank bldg. 

United States (,'ommissioner, 2d fl Fed- 
eral bldg. 

United States lOngineering & Contract- 
ing Co (Inc), M C Hurle.v pres, Charles 
Maloney vice-pres. Paul Hurley sec 
and treas, 217 Ft Worth Natl Bank 
bldg. 

United States Express Co. Thomas L 
Davis genl apt. 603 Main. 

UNITEIJ ST\Ti:s HEAI-TH * ACCI- 
DENT INSIUVNCE CO (Saginaw, 
Mich). W B Fairhurst District Mngr, 
612 First National Bank Bldg. (See 
page 411.) 



I'nited states I ininigtM I ion Inspector's 
Othcc, 1st tl Federal bldg. 

United States Internal Revenue Collec 
tor's Otiiee. 2d fl Federal bldg. 

I'nited Stales .Marshal's office. John T 
Jloneau dep marshal, 2d II Federal bldg, 

(Tnited States Referee in Bankruptcy, 
W B Paddock, 903 State Natl Bank 
bldg. 

United States Weather Bureau. 4th fl 
Federal bldg. 

Universal Monumental ^lolditig Device. 
J R Wattam agt. molding machinery 
108 W 11th, 

Universitv Hospital, S IT Stewart house 
.«iirg 208 lo 1-: Weatherford. 

University Land Co The (caidtal ?250,- 
000). J S Handford preS. ,lohn Straiton 
sec and treas, 401 Flatiron bldg. 

Updike <5rain Co (Ira l.'pdike), 501 Wes- 
tern Natl Bank bldg. 

( SEARV AVM II, LH»v>er lO.T'-i AV 
Weatherford. 

Utica Brass & Machine Co icaidial $5,- 
000), R I., Corr pres. .Vssnnta Bird sec, 
J M Bird mngr. -101 S Calhoun. 

Utilities Construction Co. Silas W Bolton 
mngr. 105 S Jennings av. 

Utter Elmer L, genl store 800 E 1st. 

VALENTINE & I.E GETT (lr« T Val- 
entine. J Ben LeGett). Atlorne\s-at 
Law 20214 Main. 

\'al Verde Land & Cattle Co, Sol Mayer 
pres, Abe Mayer vice pres, G C Mount- 
castle sec and treas, 318 Cotton Exch. 
bldg. 

VANCE ROY C, Caxhler t«to<-k>'RriU .Na- 
tional Bank. 119 E Exchange av. Tel 
Prosjiect 416. 

Van r)e Venter Bessie A Mrs, phvs 516 
Ft Worth Natl Bank bldg. 

Van De Venter M C, phys 516 Ft '^'orth 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Van Noy Bros & Krebs (Kansas City, 
Mo.). Frank M I^ord mngr, rr news 
114 W Front. 

Van .Seaton Chemical Co (M V Creagan), 
31!) li Main. 

Van Trees Edward F, restr 1340 N Main. 

Van Zandt Claude & Co (t'laude Van 
Zanrlt. Robert C Combs), nidse brokers 
4i3 Moore blog. 

Van Zandt John H, mnfrs agt 301 Dan 
Waggoner bldg. 

Van Zandt K ^1 Land Co (Inc), K M 
Van Zandt pres, Tj -\ .Smith sec, K B 
Van Zandt treas. Ft Worth Natl Bank. 

Van Zandt L^curgns, ph\s 312 Dan Wag- 
goner bldg. 

Van Zandt-Moore Iron "Works Co (capi- 
tal J15.000), L H Van Zandt pres and 
treas, J F Moore sec, 209-211 W Rail- 
road av. 

V;ii-ble Esselline S, mnfrs agt 162TB 
Main. 

V'aughan Homer L, loans 1207 ({. Main. 

Vaugl]an-"Wolfe (irocerj- Co cr D Vaug- 
han. John E AVolfe). 1450 Wetherbee. 

Vaughn Henry L. cattle dealer 122 Live 
Stock lOxchange bldg. 

Vaughn Realty Co l.lohn W Vaughn, 
Roliert N r>ean. W'n\ C Ilollei"), real 
est .-111 F & .\I Bank bldg. 

Vaughn Robert L, cigars Ft Worth Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Vauter Sidney, ice 1700 Elizabeth. 

Vavie ]-,dward. baker 126 E 22d, N Ft W 

Vealch Oscar E, phys 206 F & M Natl 
Bank bldg. 

\'ehle (tscar. baker 300 E Weatherford, 

VeihI-Crawford Hardware Co (Inc), 
Robert C Veihl yires and treas, .lohn 
B Laneri vice iires. Loui.s C Jones sec, 
1605 Main. 

Vera, Reynolds & Co (Adams B and 
.Toe \ Vera. David W Humphre.vs), 
insurance 412 Ke\-nolds bldg. 

Vereer Thomas S W. cigars 307 W 1st. 

Vestal Burrell W, restr 112 Decatur av 

Vestal Printing Co (Don .M and Roger 
Vestal). 1006'.'. Houston. 

Vexler .\brabam. junk 411 N Royal av. 

VI.WI CO (I'ort \»'.>rth llrniirh), Mr» 
Frances P Lorin\i-r .Mngr. 30'.( Dan 
W:i^L;,.Ji,-r [•.\,\ii. I Si-.- p^ig.' 42(1.1 

VI< I<i:ilV CM VIII.IOS R, li<-al Eatate 
1 n5H llo((s(iin. 

Vicker\' liicliar.l. real est 1I15B llous. 
ton. 



^'icttn- Aniuseiueiit (.'o dnci, .Max rC 

.Mayei- pres, J .1 Dillon vice-prt-s. .-^ L, 

i'Mnioiulson sec and treas, ^l\ H.>m^- 

ton. 
Victor Hotel. John H Muri.tiv pro:.r. 

12 12 Main. 
\'ill.i»iitue Frank, real est J04i^ Main. 
Vines John K. grocer 1201 E 2d." 
Vinnedge t'offee (-'o (H D Vinnedge). 10? 

X Commerce. 
Von Carowitx (Jhristopher. lawyer 3'i3. 

Striiding bldg. 
Von (jcrber Wilhelmina. pi";> - .''13 T'an 

Waggoner bldg. 
Von Zuben Frank J. citv --icr. City 

Hall. 
Vossler ?;dward T. plumber :14 E Sth 
Waco Hotel. Jl W Harding nropr, 14"0.-V 

Main. 
Wade Guv it Co (Guy, Roy and Nohle 

Wade), lands 5(19 Reynolds bldg. 
Wade Newton J, lawyer 509 Reynolds 

bldg. 
^Vaggoner Bank and Trust '0.0 (capital 

$20(1.000). 10 !■; r.aldrldge ires. F K 

Sherwood and T M Presley v'"ie.--pr>-sTS. 

.V C .\lexander casiir, sw cor Main ar.d 

4th. 
WAGGONER AV T. Pren The Amerloaa 

Home Life Insurance Co, Houston cor 

Sth. 
Wagley B Roy. cement contr l^OS Hur- 
ley av. 
SSagner J E * Co (Joseph K Warner), 

n-al est 210 W 7tb. 
Wall Hop, restr HI E 12th. 
Wah Lee, rest T((3 K 17th. 
\Vah Sing Co. Y (J'-orge n.-.i-: (r^.^iines* 

goods 130S Comitierce. 
Wales Roy R, eroe.-r 215 AV Belknar.. 
\V.\I.ES MSIIII.E VUlJINfi WD LIST- 
ING M.AClll.NE. The .Adder .Machine Co 

(Wilkes Barre. Pal Mnfr- .(■ B Stitt 

Dist Mngr for T-\as and -*^'' w Mexico. 

Dallas, James M Cameroi. S.'Ues ,\gr 

1210 State -Natl Bank Bldt: 
U'alk-Over Boot .Shop. J Thomas Taylor 

mngr, xll Houston. 
Walker .\ Clark, iihys 421 Broadway 
Walker Berrv P. mnfrs airi 710 F.rat 

Xall Bank bldg. 
Walker Curt, r.-str 70|i E iT'.r. 
W.tl.IvEK El>\\ .Villi \\. L<x-al Aernt 

National Life Insurance C<' 'A U .-^ -V, 

309 K 9th. 
Walker Eliza Mrs. steiiogr ill F & M 

Natl Bank bldg. 
Walker Glen A: Co Insurance Agency- 

(Glen Walker. AVm P Portwood, E v: 

Collett, Wm Rigg), genl ins lll.'i V. 

6tb. 
W'alk.r Grain Co (capital $2S,(iOO), J L 

NS'alker pres, .lulia R Ivy vice-pres, M 

M Walker sec and tr.-as, vno E Rail- 

rtjad av. 
Walker Hairv AV. mnfrs a^t '.(iO First 

Natl Bank bldg. 
Walker Herbert .v (.'o .H^rt.ert G 

Walker. A J Zihlman). real --t 1116 W 

6th. 
Walker Horace M, osteopath 204 Ft 

Worth N'atl Bank bldg. 
Walker John C, biksmith 650 s Main. 
Walker Lucius M, 2d lid goods 204 Hous- 
ton, 
Walker AVebb, phvs 304 State Natl Bank 

bldg. 
Walker AA'm C. employment agcy 1604 

Main. 
Walker Wm P. asst county alty, Court- 
house. 
Walku]) James A ,ir. drugs ^610 Main, 
Wallace Edwin H, cattle breeder 2251 

Lipsconil(. 
Wallace Marcus W, Ice 1215 N Com- 
merce. 
Wallace Mordecai D. drugs 221 N Elm. 
Wallace ,\i How. II (John P Wallace. 

.Tohn Ti Howell). Ins 9('6 First Natl 

Hank bldg. 
Waller Claude 10. d.ntist 212 Reynolds 

bldg 
\\.\I.I.EIl M.\IIIO\ I.. .Iri-hllrct :<00>i W 

Sth. 
Wallis .N'atlian T. dentist 4) IV E 9th, 
avails Sanfurl W. groc-r I'lT Elizabeth. 
Walton .Machine Co i Sam H Walton). 

14('4 Cornmeia-.'. 
Walton Saninel. restr 22SD W 13th 
U'anl .\ 10 .<• Co line). A F, AA'ant jrelf. 
,< (' .huksini viee-pres. <; H *?layton see- 

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445 



W'aples-Platter Grocer Co icapiial $T5U,- 
000), Paul VVaples pits, A F Platter 
vioe-pres, P \\' Platter .-;ec, whol gro- 
cers ne cor Jones and Front. 

Ward Claude A, dentist oOT Kevnolds 
bldg. 

■»V.*RD-IIARRIS«)X MOIlTIi A<iK CO. 
Wm B Ward Jr Pres. Jolm W Harri- 
son Vice-Pres, Wm G Ntwby Vice- 
Pres, Charles W Clarkson Sec and 
Treas, Farm Loans 905 State Natl 
Bank lildg. 

\t'.4RD AVitt D JR. L.oan.s 9or. Stute Natl 
Bank Bldg. 

T%"are Harvey S. gunsmith 107 W 1st. 

■Ware J Morton, real est ail F & Jl Bank 
bidg. 

Ware J M Auto Co, J H Taylor mngr, 
909 Commerce. 

Warren Georsre W, coal 2318 Refugio av. 

"Warren Jesse M, coal 64 Spruce. 

Warren Lila M Mr.s. srocer 414 Mills. 

Warren Roy L, dyer 504 Throckmorton. 

Warrick James W, dairy I'ecan nv Bid- 
dlson. 

Warwick Harold L. oculist 203 Western 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Washer Bros coappital $210,000), Leon 
Gross pres. Max K Mayer sec. E J White 
treas, clothins' 902 Main. 

Watson Myra, restr 1022 B 4th. 

■«-.VTT ROnKRT H. J'ropr Savoy Saloon 
13th cor Jennings av. 

Wattam Joseph 11, mnfrs agt lOS W 11th. 

Walters f;Kbert A. phys 211 Western 
Natl Bank bldK. 

Watts Loan Co (Wm 'Watts). 110 K 3d. 

Waynock Charles N, tinner 12U9B Hous- 
ton. 

Wear Realty Co (Samuel L and John P 
Wear). 510 Reynolds bldp. 

Wear Wm O, cement contr 2.t23 Col- 
lege av. 

Weatherford Philip R. real est 711 First 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Weaver Frank M, cattle breeder 914 
Penn. 

Webb George R. drugs 200 Main. 

WK.USTMR K B & CO (Kdmund U Web- 
ster, J Morton Ware). Real l:;state. 
Loans, Investments, Farms and 
Ranches 416 Oan WaKSoner Bldtr. 

Wedgworth V K, lawyer 912 '-j Main, 
Tel Lamar 1038. 

Weekly Citizen Star The. Ft Worth Pub 
Co publrs. 815 Throckmorton. 

•WKI.N-MAX l<OLIS H. .Vrvlilteet TllVi 
Main. 

Weinstein Edward, hardware 105 Hous- 
ton. 

Weldon Robert J. cigars .Moore bldg. 

WelllnfTton James F Jr, real est 213 Dan 
Waggoner bldg. 

Wells Fargo & Co Fxi.ress. Sydney U 
McMullen agt, 415 Main. 

'WKI/I.S M.\J01l .1. Dealer in llnrliie nod 
Granite Monuments. 'I'oinhstoni;s, 

Vaults, Wire Fence, i;tc. N Main cor 
6th. 

Wells & Brooks (Charles C Wells. Wm 
H Brook.s), employment agcy 103 W 
15th. 

AVest George M. dairy 3015 X Houston. 

West Rufus B. phys lilOVi Main. 

■WKST TKX.tS TOW .VSI'i'l-; <(», .lanieia II 
Woodard Propr, Lands and Trustees 
610-611 Flatiron bldg. 

WEST THOMAS K. I.awver MrJ \\ lieat 
Bldg. 

1*EST W'.M ni'JVERLV, Ph.vMlelan, Spe- 
cialist Genito Urinarj-. Rectal and .'-ikin 
Diseases 303-304 Wheat Bldg. 

'MESTIiROOK IIOTEI,. W <>stl>r.i<,k Hotel 
Co Proprs, H B (^liristlan t'res and 
Genl Mngr. 4th. Main to Houston. 

WKSTUHOOK HOTICI, <:0 (( aititnl »100,- 
000). H B Christian Pres, lien .1 Tillar 
Vlce-Pres, Proprs Westlirook Hotel 
4th. Main to Houston. 

■WESTEH.X III.,! E IMIINT CO. <;e<>rKe U 
Mayer Propr. Blue Prints and .Xrclii- 
tects' Sui)plies 113 10 10th. i See page 
403.) 

We.srern Feeders' Suj-plv Co. .1 \l Ktl 
wards mngr, cotton sce<l tnoducts 220 
Live Stock Exch bldg. 

Western National Bank The iraT>ital 
1400,000). W H Eddleman pres. F H 
McFarland. Cicero Smitli and Rufus 
Coy vice-prests, O I* Ilaney cashr. 914 
Houston. 

West* rn Pacific Ry Co. J K Woodfin genl 
agt. 405 Cotton Kxch bldg. 



Western SaKage Co (L N Clickler), 14n-J 

Houston. 
^Vesteru Union Telegraph Co, Thomas .V 

Darling mngr. 501 Main. 
Westei'ii \\'arehouse Co. James Moiugoi^i- 

ei-y mngr, transfer and storage 1113 W 

Railroad av. 
Western Weighing >t Inspection l-iureau. 

Samuel A Kumsey agt. 51.') Moore bldg. 
Westfall lOdward J. grocer 1114 U 3d. 
Westland Cigar -Mnfg Co. L K I'eters 

mngr. 20M i.. W 1 1th. 
Westland ICric, jeweler 1207 Houston. 
WESTI.KV IM-rrE, >I"tore.vcle» nnil te- 

cessories, llt-pairing atiil lieluiiUiing a 

S|)ecialt.^-. 206 R lllh. (See adv in 

classified Motorcycles.) 
White Klijah. restr 14iitj Throckmorton. 
>VHITE I.EO.V. Cliamplon Con Hoy 

Bootmaker of Texas. 104 K lOxchange 

av. North Fort \\'orth. 
White 1' Jennie Mrs, grocer 961 K Mor- 

phy. 
White Wm F. pliotogr 506 i-i Main. 
White ^Vings Messenger Service (.\dam 

J Herbert). 282 W lltli. 
White iV IH-.Mohr I Brown White. Lin- 

•lUist Ue-Mohri. tinners 310 F, !Jtli. 
Whitehead James S. oste4.path 20S Dan 

Waggoner bldg. 
WHITESIDE .1 .VI»0, Attorney an<l Coun- 

sellor-at-Law 103 V... W Weatherford. 

opp Courthouse. TSee adv in Legal 

Blue Book Dept. ) 
Whitley J M & Son (John M and John 

C). grocers 2523 Azle av. 
Whitsitt Lee M, phvs 217 Boaz. 
AVHITWORTH BROS (Henry and Shelley 

T), Paving and Excavating Contrac- 
tors 403 F & M Natl Bank Bldg. (See 

page 405.) 
WHOI,ES.\LERS ADJISTMEXT CO 

(Dedmon & Potter Counsel), Virgil M 

Blow Mngr. Collections 60S Fir-;t Natl 

Bank Bldg. (See adv in Legal Blue 

T'.ook Dept.) 
^V'ilcoxon Lewis S, hardware 2454 N 

"Main. 
WII.KEXS AVERXER GRAIX CO (Wer- 
ner Wilkens). Wholesale Grain. oRice 

201 Cotton Exchange Bldg; Elevators 

Ttiverside. 
Wilkerson Thomas J, grocer 707 Allen 

av. 
Wilkes George W, phys 314 E 5th. 
Wilkes Samuel T, restr 504-A EIiza))eth. 
Wilkes Thomas P. investments 503 F & 

M Natl Bank bldg. 
Wilkins Henry F. phys 205 F & M Natl 

Bank bldg. 
Wilkins John T. oonfr 1224 S Main. 
WII.KIVSO.N A\ M \\. I,H«yer :!1S Ft 

Worth Natl Bank Bldg. (See adv in 

Legal nUle Hc,.d< Kept.) 
Wille W H & Co (W H Wille, Charles 

H Storts. W H (Buck) Stnitli), genl 

ins 801 State Natl Bank bldg. 
Willhoite & Harrison (J G WiUhoite, W 

Lee Harrison), real est 407 'j Main. 
Williams George P, grocer 200 Houston. 
Williams George S. garage 609 Throck- 

inorton. 
Williams Granville R. dentist 504 First 

Natl Bank bldg. 
\\II.I,It:HS HEXRV W. Vlce-Pres Farm- 

ei-s & Mechanics National Bank. Main 

n \c coi- W 7th. 
Williams H T & Co (Liverpool, Eng.), 

Heini-ich Lampe mngr, cotton export- 
ers 420 (?otton Exchange bidg. 
Williams H W & Co (Heniv W. Henri- 

W .(r and Charles S Williams, Elu- 

ford H Lawrence), whol drugs 225 

\V 15th. 
Williams John & Co (John Williams). 

melt's furnishings 508 Main. 
Williams Morris, restr 307 E 9th. 
Williams Sol. oil operator 209 Western 

Natl Bank bldg. 
Williams Thomas J, optician 315 Hous- 
ton. 
Williams Violet Mrs, grocer 1005 W 25th 
Williams cS: .Sebren (Edward .A. Williams 

.V B Sebren), grocers 400 Kentucky av. 
Williams & Smith (W Erskine Williams. 

.lames C Smith), lawvers 401 F & M 

Xatl Bank bldg. 
Williamson Manch D. grocer 1277 .\ 

Hanii>t"n, 
Willie &. Joe (Willie Gilmer, Joe Eag- 

lestonl, restr 1213-B Main. 



Willis-Bruw II jirug Co (James l\ and 
Mrs M E Willis. Wilson W Brown i. 
3100 F av. I'olv Hts. 

Willoughby & Durky (A H Willioughby. 
J F' Durkl ). restr 1525 E Front, 

Wills Jav F, grading contr 1113 E Ter- 
lell av. 

Wills & Tyson (Alfred Wills, Wm A 
Tyson), rnofeis 1301 Throckmorton. 

WILSOX CVI.VIV I„ Civil Engineer, 
Municipal lOugineering and Concrete 
Constvni tion 509 F & M Bank Bldg. 

Wilson Hunter Mrs. dairy Stop 1, Dallas 
Interurlian, 

Wilson .lames C. U S dlst atty Federal 
bldg. 

Wilson Louis S, contr 207 E 13th. 

Wn.SOX «»SCAH I.. <;enernl Act The 
P'armers Hail lOxchange and Farmers 
I'nderwriters 419-421 Cotton Exchange 
Bldg. 

Wilson Robena, restr 907 Jones. 

Wilson Robert I', tinnet 215 W Weather- 
ford. 

U II. SOX ROBERT H, Sec nud .\««t Mngr 
Fort Worth Warehouse & Transfer 
Co, Daggett cor Calhoun. (See left 
l>ottom lines and page 420.) 

Wilson Roma L, artist 814 Bryan av. 

Wilson Sidney J, phys 303 First Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Wilson S Lester, drugs 1512 Main. 

"Wilson Will H Lumber Co (Will H Wil- 
son), 402 Wheat bldg. 

Wilson Wm, restr 216 E 11th. 

Wilson Wm E, grocer SOO E 3d. 

Wilson "W S & Co line). .Mrs W S ^V'ilson 
pies. J H Armstrong vice pres, Ra.v 
Wilson sec-treas. Lumber E Front and 
Boaz. 

Winn Bros (Claude E and John C), 

grocers 1111 Franklin- 
Winston Joseph K, real est 509 F & M 
Bank bldg. 

Winters Frank, restr 708 Houston. 

AVIXTERS J X REALTY CO (Caiiltnl 
SlOO.OOOi, John N Winters Pres. Wm 
J Funkhouser Sec and Treas, Real Es- 
tate. Loans and Investments. Base- 
ment Fort Worth Natl Bank Bldg. 

Wise County Brick Co ilnc), C W Mnv- 
tin pres, 804 Throckmorton. 

Wise County Coal Co (Inc), A J Clende- 
nen pres. C W ilartin genl mngr, 804 
Throckmorton. 

Wise Glass & I'aint Co (capital ?3,000), 
.A. B Wise pres, M J Wise vice pres, 
W B Paddock sec. 812-B Houston. 

Wise-Hearne Shoe Co (capital 51(J.000). 
M S Florsheim pres. Mack B Wise and 
Robert .V llearne mngrs, 700 .Main. 

WISE W.M L, I.nn ver. Realty anil Land 
Litigation, 701 Wheat Bldg. 

V\'ise Wm r. grocer 2301 Azle .■i\. 

Wise -Wm I' Furniture Co. .V .1 Waters 
mngr. 1426 N .Main. 

Wise eft Blair (Wm P Wise, W .Mack 
Blairl. grocers 1900 8th av. 

Withers Elmer G. arcliitect 617 Ft Worth 
Natl Bank l)ldg. 

Withers Issac A, )dijs 205 Wheat bldg, 

Witt Charles E, lawyer 701 First .Vatl 
Bank bldg. 

Woftord-l'ouers Drug Co. S O 'Wofford 
pres, W L Derden sec and treas, 815 
Houston. 

Wolf Fred W Clo, E P iladdox mngr. ice 
machinery 840 Monroe. 

Wolf & Klar i.Mexander Wolf, .1 Klai). 
pawnbrokers 1505 Jlain. 

Wolfe John 10. grocer 524 S Jennings av, 

Woltz R P .Mnfg Co, D L -McKenzie 
mngr. grocer's sundries 110 Throck- 
morton. 

Womble James .\, cattle dealer 215 Live 
Stock iOxobange bldg. 

WOOD AXiniEW C ( VKNOvlate Thoni|>- 
son ."i llarwisel. I.aw.ver Itenvei- 
Bldg, 5th cor Throckmoi-ion, (See adv 
in Legal Blue I'Sook li.-rit,l 

Wood Eugene O, tinner 232 W 13tli. 

Wood Ilenrv D, lawver 8 I.assiter bldg. 

Wood vt Co"(Al-thur Wood), hatters 4I1K 
Main. 

Wodiiall J Henrv, grocer 2401 .\zle av, 

AVoods .Mice P Mrs, clothes cinr 1438 N 
Main. 

Woods Bros Silo Mnfg Co, G W Wilkin- 
son state agt, 1817 3(h av. 

Woodw.nrd Samuel A, phys 206 Western 
.VatI Bank bldg. 



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Woolworth F A\' i 'n, Wm L, Garrison 

ninur. notions il08 ilain. 
\\\>rlirli Cliarlft:. «Toccr ;i05 E 3d. 
A\'ui>hani Joseph \V, restr 130") K Front 
Worth Brt-ail L'o iH Chiy Walker), whol 

lialiers 204 Tlirookmorton. 
^\■o^Ih FurnitiUf Biiildors icapital $100.- 

000). Charles A Wheeler pres. l^ouis A 

Gr*^n sec anri treas, mnfrs cabinets 

and tables, Frisco Rv tracks. 2 blocks 

s Arlincrton Ileisihts Blvd. 
Worth Hotel. New Worth Hotel Co 

Viroprs 80E> JVIain. 
Worth .Tewelry .t Ojitical Co, Q P Morris 

inline, 113'-. K Kxclianfje av. 
Worth Land Cu (caiiUal $25,000). J "W 

Kip\" pres. O V Kip^- sec and treas. 

406 Western Natl Bank bide. 
^AOItTH M(tM 1ll;>'l Al. JO. I>r AV A 

L.iiik Propr. Minims &r Xet'ley Mnp-rs. 

^Infrs of Monnments, Talilets. Mark- 
ers, ll'.istic anit La\\-n Furniture and 

*>rnaineTits 117 S Jenning-g av. (See 

pasT^ 41."i.) 
\\'oi-ih Realization Co. F A Be.all pres. 

s'as ^-^nerators ." I^ouraine bldgr. 
Worth Seffar <.'o (A H Parson), cigars 

811 Main. 
Worth Wire ^Vorks (Inc), J A Todd iires, 

O S i-At.timoie sec and tr-eas. 503',-> 

Commerce. 
"Woitliam .)anies. restr 1101 E 1st. 
Wortham-Shotts Co (capital $50,000), 

-M F Worthani pres and sec. K A 

Photts vice pi-es and ti'eas. electrical 

contrs 8J0 Hou.ston. 
>\R\Y J<)fl\ \\ <V\rilj- & M«yer), 

La\\'\ei' :lO.">-t>-7 i >an Waaaoner bldK. 

iSee adv in l,e<-:al Blue Book Dejit). 
«RVV « MVVKK l.lobu \V « rav, .Max 

K >Ia\er). .Attoi-jievs and Couusellors- 

at-Lav 305-6-7 l>an WaRproner bldp. 

(Pee ndv in Lesal Blue Book T>ept) 
A\'re.n & Son (.lames A and Gara L), 

■ dllli;.< 1400 AN' 2.'>lll. 

\> ui'HT <o.>iP»>v THK. r; nnim 

Wi isht Mnsr. Aaeiits The Ford Uni- 
versal Car !(07 (Tonimerce, Phone La- 
ma i- :'654. 

Wriaht F.dward P, dentist 207 Dan Wag- 
goner bldfr. 

"Wrialit Fletcher, arocer 1545 N MpJn. 

UHIIillT <i 1>.V\ 1, .Miijtr The Wrlsht 
I '4' 4(07 Commei'ce. 

■Wrialit .Tames D, yravel Riverside. 

Wiialit .lohn L. blksmitli Riverside. 

W\nn Ike A, lawver 700 First Natl Bank 
blda. 

A\\niie Wm C. grocer 1124 Edward. 

Vancey .lohn W. phvs 301 Wheat bldp 

^ t-e (.Jcfjrj^e, restr 2-E .Jennings av. 

y^■^■ Iliiia" t'o ( Vt-e Hinpr. Yee Gamme, 
^'et■■ Chuna. Yee Tom. Yee Ben), gro- 
c<rs 1300 ('ominerce. 

^■^■e Wah. restr 1303 Main. 

1 i;i,l,<IU STONF B.VR, Kohert .V Dyrr 
IT. pi. l(;i.'. .Main. I'h.ine Lamar 65li(l 

■JOIM; >I A'I'III-; .I >IRS. rnhUe Stenotf- 
aiauh.r Lol)l)y Hotel Worth. 

Yiiuria- M(.'n's (^'hrlstian .\ssn. Samuel J 
Bi-!f'nt aenl sec. iilN Monroe. 

Young PtObert A, gravel 203 Bushong 
bldg. 

YuniiT AN'omen's Christian .\ssn. Fthel 
(-" Weld genl sec. restr 706 V2 Main, 
home 602 Lamar. 

ZalKl .\lbert. harnc^^s 104 Houston. 

Zackas John, grocer 2113 N Calhoun. 

Zarder Heiman. cont'r 287 W lOtli. 

Z,l;i,(>«SKV I-'KAM;, Iteal RMtiite and 
Loans, stop B'-Jle Place, Arlington 
Heights Blvd. Box I07-G H F D 5. 

Zililnian Ad J. real .'st 11 IB W Cth. 

Zimmerman Bros & Prager (Ra>"mond 
anri Benjamin Zimmerman. Morris 
Trager), sht.es )312 Main. 

Zodin Max. 2nd hd gds 117 E loth. 

Zwatchka John, baker 701 Irma av. 



I'\ K.\'., m Montaonier.\- couni.\-, 17 miles 
trom (^onroe. tht- count.s' .«eat. and 5 from 
Cleveland, the nearest Itanking point, 
lias Baptist and Methodist churches. 
Tel., W. V. Exp., AW F. <t Co. Tele- 
phone connection. Eflie M. Smitli, post- 
master. 

Falve.>' Thomas I. physician. 
Foster I.,umber Co, Itimber mnfrs. genl 

store, etc. 
Gi'adv J ]M. r r. exp and tel act. 
S-\IITII I;fF1I'; M, l-ONtmosfer. 
.Sniith E C & Son. poultry breeders. 



FOl'TS. 

Population 500. On the T. V. & N. R. 
R.. in I/ibert>' county, 10 miles north- 
west of Liberty, tin' C(»unt5' seat, and Id 
from Dayton, both of which places afford 
banking' facilities. Telephone connec- 
lion. 

I i.avton Lumber Co. 
D.VATO> MERCANTILE CO (Dayton), K 

S Sterling Pres, J F Matthews Sec and 

Treas. General Store. (See adv in 

Houston.) 

sc-u<><;r,i\ nRi'CE av, \et t v & ^ n n. 



FOAA'LER. 

Population 75. On the T. C. R. R. and 
on the Brazos river in Dosque county. 
18 miles from Meridian, the cotmty seat, 
and 7 from Kopperl. the nearest banking 
poirit Exp.. Am. Telephone connection. 
W. S. Ford, postmaster. 
L'urleson & Johus. cattle breeders. 
FORI) \% S, I'oNtuiaster. 
Jones H R. ferry. 
Lafon W E. blksmith. 
.Morrison H H. cotton gin. 
I'allmeyer Bros, general store and cotton 

bu"\ ers. 
.'^[lencer H A. r r. exp and tel agt. 



KHA.Mi;-;. 

I'ttpulation 25. In Z.i\'alla count>'. 22 
miles southwest of Eatesville. tlie coun- 
ty seat and 10 from Crystal City, it3 
lianking and shipping point. A. O. Hal- 
tiwanger. postrnastei'. 
r-iritton Henry, cotton buyer and fee<J. 
Hall R E .Mrs, live stock breeder. 
HAI/rlWAN«;Ell ARTHl R G, C.enrral 

Store. 
Kalb Wm. hog breeder. 
Keffer F L. hog breeder. 
Leland T W. cotton buyer and feed. 
Lunz G W. hotel and hog bretder. 



FOSTER. 

.\ country postoffice in Fort Bend 
count. V. 8^/2 miles nortli\\"est of Kichmon<l. 
tilt- <-onnt.\' seat and iianking point, and 5 
Irom Fulshenr. the nearest shipping 
p<.ini. Mail daily. 
Hi isci,e Mason, live stock '^"^"der. 
(Uiik (; A. blksmiih. 
HOS(-..\ni'SII \\ AI.'I'1",U, GeDeral Store 

and Pecan Shipper, 



FOSTOHI.V. 

Poi'Ulation 1.500. Cm the G., C & S. 



FOAVLKRTOX. 

Population 2.000. On the Frio river 

and on the S. A., P. & i5. Ry., in Lasalle 

countv. 2S miles from Cotulla, the coun- 

tv seat. Has Baptist. Christian and Meth- 
odist Episcopal South churches, a bank 

and a weeklv newspaper, the Fowlerton 

Reporter. Tel.. W. U. Exp.. W.. F. & Co. 

Telephone connection. N. P. Sponcellor, 

postmaster. 

Allen — . jeweler. 

Central Drug Co. 

Dunham J W. meats. 

First State Bank of Fowlerton (capital 
SIO.OOOi. A\' H Pattui! pres. H M Pat- 
ton castir. 

Flr'ming-Holmes Mercantile Co. general 
store. 

Forest E L. dentist. 

KOAVLER BROS LAM> CO, C S Fowler 
Pros. J G l-'owler Sec and Treas. B D 
Hatcher Sales ilngr. (See left side 
lines and adv in San Antonio.) 

Fowler E H. garage. 

Fowlerton Hotel. 

Fowlerton Pharmacy, J P Beckley mngr. 

Fowlerton Reporter, T G Locke publr. 

Francis S ^1. furniture, 

Frio Frame & Crate Factory. 

Frio laimber Co. 

Halo J W, physician. 

Hamilton T J. grocer. 

Hilher-Deutsch Lumber Co. 

Holl'ey L F. blksmith. 

Jameson C E. livery. 

Kmser Hotel. C L Kinser propr. 

Little W F. grocer. 

Locke T G. printer. 

.Mctl^atje I' .1, meats. 

I'coides' Store The. general store. 

•Simmons L L. r r. exp and tel agt. 

Smith H G, restaurant. 

Street — , confectionery. 

Sutton R C. cattle breeder. 

Thurinan W L. bakei'. 

Walker & Bro. grain. 

Whitledge ^- He>"luck, men's furnishings 

Womaclt (.; W, notions. 

FOVVI.KES. 

Population 25. Cm the Ft. W. & D Ry.. 
in Wichita county, 20 miles northwest of 
Wichita Falls, llie county seat and 6 
from Electra, tVie nearest banking point 
and express oflicf-. Telephone connection. 
Estes & Son, geiil store. 
Farmers' .Siipt>ly Co. genl store. 
Iowa Park Cim Co. cotton gin. 



PRAXCITAS. 

I'opulation 250. On the St. L.. B. & M. 

Ry.. in Jackson county. 23 .miles south- 
east of Edna, the county seat. Has a 

bank and a weelcly newspajier. Tel.. W. 

C. Exp.. W.. F. *.• Co. Telephone con- 
nection. (?. O. Hard\'. postmaster. 

Austin A H. blksmith. 

Baer Wm, grocer and confr. 

Bcattv W L, r r. exp and tel agt. 

Bell W W. hotel. 

Bowers (} H. drayage. 

Brown IClIen .T. drugs. 

t^'onistoclc J C, meats. 

l')oering G W. dry goods and grocer. 

Ellis E-va M Mrs. millinery. 

First State P.anlv (capital fl'i'ioC'). G J 
Phelps pres, F T D:mict; cashr 

Francitas Bee. H H Philj>ott publr. 

Francitas Commercial Club, A T KoUogg 
sec. 

Francitas Land A; Improvement Co. 

Gibson >lardware .V Furniture Co 

HARIJA « <l. Hooks. Stationery. Clears 
and Tobacco. 

Kellogg A T. cotton gin and ice mnfr. 

McCoy T .V, livery. 

M.ackay J H, ph.\sician. 

Mercliants' & l^lanters' Lumber Co. 

Phelps G J -Mrs, hotel. 

Phelps G J \- Son. grocers. 

Philpott H H. printer, 

Schwind & Maher, real estate. 

Yalley Fruit Fa.-ni & Garden Co (Lin- 
coln, Nell I, Wm F .Schwind sec and 
treas, lanils. 

FRAMvLIX. 

Population 1,000. The judicial seat of 

Robertson county is located on the I. & 

G. X. Ry., 102 miles northeast of Austin. 

Has Baptist. Ciinstian and Methodist 

churclies. water, ice .and electi ic light 

plants. 2 banks. 2 cotton .gins and a 

weeklv newspaper, the Central Texan, 

Tel., W. U. Exii.. W,. K. i Co. Telephone 

connection. F. Carpenter, postnvaster. 

Arnold H H Mrs. milliner. 

Blonstein .\I. dry guuds. 

Bradiiiid C C, physici.au. 

Bush H A. county supt of schools. 

Carpenter F, postmaster. 

Carter J H, restaurant 

Carter J J & Son (.1 .1 ,nid S B). cotton 
gin. 

Carter .^- Maris (J J Carter, .-■ J Maris;, 
lumber. 

Central Texan The (v.eekly). F S Estes 
publr. 

C;obb W C, meats. 

Cole R M, mngr Souliiwcsterri Tel & Tel 
Co and mavor. 

Cole & Cox (J W Cole. John Cox), bot- 
tlers. 

Curry T G, physician. 

Decherd E A. real estate. 

Devlin I", livery. 

Dixie Theatre. Henry Marsiiall mngr. 

Duffey R M. drugs and jeweler 

Estes F .S. iiublr The Central Texan. 

Estes F .S Mrs. notions. 

Farmers' Hotel, p Tayb^r propr. 

FIRST -VA'l'H>\AI, BANK (Capital *50,- 
000). R S Glass Pres. R M r'uficy and 
J C Hollman Vice Pres. J H Lomax 
Cashr. 

Franklin Business Men's A:-sn. 

Franklin I-'urnilure Oi- Hardware Co (cap- 
ital $15,00(1), R M DulTey pres, J C 
Hollman vice pros, J H Lomax sec and 
treas. 

Franklin Water & Light Co, Gus Kellogg 
mngr. 

Gill.ind C H. grist mill. 

(^illanil J & Sons (M A. II X and R Wi, 
gener.al store. 



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Receivers and cJistribiitors of General Mercliandise. We solicit 
consignments of all kinds and distribute to all points in Texas. 



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FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



CONSULTING CHEMISTS AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERS 

THE FORT WORTH LABORATORIES 



204>2 Houston Street, 



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FORT WORTH. TEXAS 



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TEXAS GAZETTEER 



Fredericksburg 



447 



Glaes R S & Co, M D Sharp iiingr, g-eneral 

store. 
Goodman J L, county judge. 
Grammcr Frank, real estate. 
iJrant J P, county treas. 
Guynes J \V. cotton siu and ice. 
Hawkins J D Mrs. milliner. 
Hearn Guy, tax collector. 
Heygrood C P, livery. 
Hohertz E. restaurant. 
Hollman J C. physician. 
.Tackson J D. jeweler. 
Jones R P Mrs. baker. 
Lomax Loan Sr. Security Co (capital $10,- 

000), R S Glass pres, R JI Duffey. J C 

Hollman vice pres, J H Lomax. sec and 

treas. 
Love Abstract Co (capital $5,000), B C 

Love pres. B T Love yice-pres, A C 

Love sec and trea.«. 
Love A C. county surveyor. 
MeCrary J W, real estate. 
McNutt J Y, county attorney. 
McPhail H D, restaurant. 
JIarls H D. restaurant. 
Mitchell Bros (J C, Henry and Marsh), 

general store. 
Mitchell Bros Bank (unincorporated), J 

C Mitchell pres, .7 H Mitchell and W 

Marsh Mitchell vice pres, Kate Mitchell 

cashr 
Mistrot Bro.s & Co, H M McMillan mngr. 

dry iroods. 
' Morehead H S, lawyer. 
Morgan J, blksmith. 
Xalley .T R, la-vvyt-r. 

National Hotel ihs R H Rucker propr. 
Perry & Woods (W C Perry, F A Woods), 

lawyers. 
Prince Theatre, MoClung &. Gober mngrs. 
Reynolds E. clothing. 
Rushing Wm, sheriff. 
Sharp A J, i)hysician. 
Smith N G, genera! store. 
Southwestern Tel & Tel Co, R M Cole 

mngr. 
Truett James B, county clerk. 
Tucker W I., photographer 
"VanPelt J F, demist. 
Watford J H, meats. 
Wilder L A, tailor. 
Young John, county assessor. 



vnv.u. 

Population 50. In Tyler county. 25 
miles southeast of Woodville. the county 
seat and 16 from "Warren, the nearest 
shipping point. Mail daily. 
Dr.kt W J, genl store. 
McNeilly J H, genl store. 
Richardson J D, genl store. 



FREDERICK MBURG, 

Population 2,100. Tlie county seat of 
Gillespie countv is located on the S. A., 
F. .t N. Ry., 70 miles north of San An- 
t.'iniu. Has Catholic. Evangelical, Luth- 
e'-an and ilethodist (Xorth and South) 
churches, electric liglit. ice plant. 2 
banks, 2 cotton gin-=? and 2 weekly news- 
papers. The famous Boar iMount.ain Red 
Granite Quarries are located. 4 miles 
north of the city. Tel.. W. L". Exp., W., 
F. & Co. Telephone connection. 
.\lberthal August, gener.al store. 
Bank of Fredericksburg (unincorporat- 
ed), T D Smith pres, -A. Gold vice pros, 
Fred Walter cashr. 
Beckmann F & Son (F and ;M H), furni- 
ture and undertakers. 
Bierschwale & Wright (Win Biersch- 

wale. G T Wright), insurance. 
IFilum Max. county judge. 
Ililuni Itobert, general store. 
IBonn Rioahrd C. general store. 
BOSSE IIKOS < Henry ^V iin.l Ilusro). 
Mnfrs Concrete Building Blocks. (See 
adv below.) 



Hv. \V..BossE 



HCGO BossE 



Bosse Bros, 



NCFACTl-Rl-l. 



FRAXKSTO.V. 

Population 800. On the T. & N*. O. Ry., 
in Anderson county. 24 miles southeast 
of Athens. Has Baptist, Christian and 
Methodist churche.s. a Lank and a week- 
ly newspaper. Exp., W., F. & Co. D. 
Garrett, postma.ster. 
Atwood & Compton, restr. 
Ballard T N. meats. 
Brashear J S, saw mill. 
Bristaw J F, poultry breeder. 
Burtis Drug Co. 

Burtis W M, furn and hardware. 
Cely J C, livery. 
Cook J M, genl store. 
Cooper E & O, genl store. 
Dixon Fay Mrs. milliner. 
Evans W E, saw mill. 
FIRST STATE UA.\'K (Capital .IIS.OOO), 

J F Austin Pres, Ray Perry Cashier. 
Frankston Commercial Club, D C Keel- 

ian sec. 
Frankston Drug Co. 
Frankston Gin it lliU Co, cotton gin and 

crate mnfrs. 
Frankston Telephone Co. 
Frankston Weekly Citizen, Cora M Mc- 

Kee publr. 
Friley H D, r r and exp agt. 
Garrett D, postmaster. 
Greene W, tinner. 
Jones C P & Co, genl store. 
Jones E L, genl store. 
McDaniel J P, photogr. 
McKee Cora M, publr Frankston Weekly 

Citizen. 
Mandelstamm A B, genl store. 
Miller Albert S. physician. 
Morris W T, blksmith. 
Moss George H, physician. 
Park J W, restaurant. 
Silvey A A, genl store. 
Stegall F C, grocer. 
Stone Sc Allen, grocers. 
Stringfellow & Owens, livery. 
Tanner W J, grocer. 
Windham H. grocer and restr. 



CONCRETE BUILDifiG BLOCKS 



And Ce 
Dt-aiers in Fine 
PortlaTid Cement 



Fredericksburg, Texas 



Burrier-Maier Co (R .M Barrier, F J 

Maier), grocers and dry goods. 
Cameron August, genei^al store, 
("itizens" Bank (unincorporated), A Van 

der Stucken pres, Oscar Kranskopf 

vice-pres. \Vm l^.ierschwale cashr. 
Dari-ow D C & Sons, live stock breeders. 
Dietz Louis, grocer. 
rCnderle B L. county surveyor. 
EsliU J T, lawyer, 
rivers Otto, harness. 
Fischer Henry, cotton gin. 
Fredericksburg Electric Co (capital $10,- 

000), it H Beckmann mngr. 
Fredericksburg Standard (weekly), H W 

Kusenberger puljlr. 
Frederieksbuiger Wochenblatt (■weekly), 

Robert Penninger publr. 
Gartrell H P. dry goods and clothing. 
Gentemann & Meckel (John Gentemann, 

Otto Meckel), furniture and undertak- 
ers. 
Gold A R, general store. 
Hanisch & Peyne (Frank Hanisch, J D 

Payne), drugs. 
Henke Richard, meats. 
Henke & Hirscli (Alfred Henke, Henry 

Hirsch), general store. 
Herbort Herman, general store. 
Herhort Louis, grocer and dry goods 
Hoftman Wm, blksmith. 
Itz August, grocer. 
.Toseph Max, blksmith. 
Juenke & Pchoenpw-olf (Emil Juenke, 

Max Schoenewolf), general store. 
KammlaK taeini', ui y goods. 
Keidel Albert, physician. 
Keidel Felix, dentist, 
Keidel Victor, physician. 
Keidel Werner, dentist. 
Keidel & Kallenberg (K Keidel, Hugo 

Kallenberg), drugs. 
Kiehnes Otto R, notions. 
Klaerner Hotel. Louis Klaerner propr. 
Klein Clara, milliner. 
Klingelhoefer Julius, grocer. 
Knopp Edward, tinner. 
Knopp John, general store. 
Kolmeier Otto, tinn<'r. 
Kolmeier & Klier (Emil Kolmeier, Hugo 

Klier), hardware. 
Kordzik Louis, county assessor. 
Kott Louis, garage. 
Kucneii'ann Henry, lumber. 



Kun>^ tienry, machinist. 

Ivuse'iher.ger H W, publr Fredericksburg 
."r-tan-lard, 

Lungl'witz Elisa. milliner. 

X[i-.Gillvi'-ry W S. restaurnnt. 

Meckel Ferdinand, blksmith. 

Meckel H & A (Mrs H P iteckel), har- 
ness. 

Mer.si-enlhaler & Co (.A. Mergenthp.lor, H 
Boecking), cigar mnfrs. 

?.'eurcr Jack, blksmith. 

Mogforrt Henry, cattle breeder. 

ilooie James, furniture. 

Mour.siind .\ W, lawyer. 

.\A(iEL, UKOS .>IOMj>IE\T.Vf, ^VORKS 
(Rudolph, ^^'m, Emil, Otto and Ar- 
thur), Granite Quarry and Dealers. 
(See adv below.) 



Monumental Works ^%^i^^^*^}^ 




SOLE OWNERS OF THE 

Famous Beer fyiountain 
Red Granite 

Rough Qranlte, Architrcturol Work. PnlJ5he4 
Columns, HoBumenls. Ecc. 

All Work Done With Pneumatic Tools 

Quarry. Factory and Office at 

FredericKsburg, Texas 



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Nirnitz Hutel, C H Xiniitz propr. 

Meh.'; Ucrmnn. sherilt and tax collector. •''" '\-i 

i.)chs H J, harness. : ■ 5/. 

OEIILEK BROS (Ed«iiril E ami I.oulu F>, ' ;T^'C'~' "*" 

Agricultural Implements. (See adv be- f- > 'T*' -' v^A*^^* _#i 
low.) j.-: fsC-JTiiSlitiiSKStlS^ 



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OEZMI-ER BROS. 

DEALERS IN 

Agricultural Imp'ements 

Wagons. Ga~i.linf KnKine>. Oil.«. and li,itterie< 

Windmills, Pumi.*. Hipinn and 

aU Wat.r Supplier 



FREDERICKSBURG, 



TEXAS 



Peden J K, iihysician. 

Penninger Robert, publr Fredericksbur- 

ger Wochenblatt, 
Peter Edward, restaurant, 
i'etfr's Opera House, Edward Peter 

mngr. 
Petermann !•" H, meats, 
i'etach Alfred P C, lawyer. 
Pfeil G A, cotton gin. 
Pflester Wm, general store. 
Progressive Business League, R G Strieg- 

ler See. 
Rhodes R I. photographer. 
Richter H R, jeweler. 
Riley F B. cattle breeder. 
Riley & Hahne (D A Riley, A J Hahne), 

garage. 
Rocder Peter, livery. 
Sagebien Jlinnie, milliner. 
Scliaetter Joseph & Son (Joseph and HU- 

mat). furniture and undertakers. 
Schmidt Albert J, county trtas. 
Schneider & Riley (Wm Schneider jr, E H 

Riley), grain. 
Schultz C A, baker. 
Schwarz Charles, general store. 
Southwestern Tel & Tel Co, A C Bierlng 

mngr. 
Square Deal Realty Co (H R Hohenber- 

ger. E Hansen, A 1' C PetsclO. 
Steljbins George L, dentist. 
Stein Franz, ice mnfr. 
Stein Joseph, lumber. 
Striegler i>c Heyland (R G Striegler, H 

Hcyland), drugs. 
ITsener H^-rman. county clerk. 
Van der SLucl<en E, livery. 
Vogue The (Anna Gold. R L Kott), dry 

goods. 
Wagner C H. real estate. 
W.alter Alplions, jeweler. 



SOME DAY ! 
He Who Builds An Inflam- 
able House Will Be Con- 
sidered An Undesirable 
Citizen. 



HOLLOW BUILDING TILE 

DURABLE— FIRE PROOF— COMFORTABLE 

VANDAVEER CLAY PRODUCTS CO. 

811 Franklin Ave. HOUSTON 



. By Frost 

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Nor Even Time 

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Clays Destroyed 



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Fredericksburg 



R. L. POLK & GO'S (1914) 



Frost 



HEALTH AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE 

i2.00per month will provide 
$5,000x0 Accidental Death 
$25.00per week for disability 
due to accideot or illness. 
$1 .00 per month will provide 
52.500.00 Accidental Death. 
S12.50per week for dieability 
due to accident or illnesB. 
Excellent jiroposition 

PROGRESSIVE RELIEf ASSOCIATION 

DALLAS, TEXAS 

Weber Bros (Otto and Aufrust>, cement 

blocks. 
Welsrehausen & Durst (A H "Welg-ehau- 

sen. L "W Durst), general store. 
AVillms Bros (Charles and T E), grarage. 
Zimmerniann Hotel, Otto Zimmermann 

I>ro>r. 




FREDOXIA. 

Population 90. In Mason county. Ifi 
miles from Mason, the count.v seat and 
banking point and 22 from Brady, the 
lu-arest shipping point. Telephone con- 
nection. T. P. Wood, postmaster. 
I'ainpbell W E. cattle breeder. 
Harmon R M, feed. 

HofTnian Mercantile Co, general store. 
Hutchinson J L. physician and drugs. 
Latham J L. cattle breeder. 
Simon Theo. blksmlth. 
AVOOD T F, General Store. 



FREE. 

A country postofflce in Terrell county 
■t.j miles from Sanderson, the county seat, 
banking and shipping point. 
Anderson A G, cattle breeder 
HarroU W R & T E, cattle breeders. 



FREEPOHT. 

Population 300. On the H. & B. V Ry. 
and on the Brazos river in Brazoria coun- 
ty. 16 miles southwest of Angleton, the 
county seat, 50 from Galveston and 60 
from Houston. It is the location of the 
largest sulphur mines in the world, of 
the large storage tanks of the Kreeport 
& .Mexican Oil Co., and is headquarters 
and terminal of the Houston tt Ur^izos 
Valley Ry. Has electric li.giit, water 
works, a flrst-class hotel, a Ijanic, .a hsh 
and o.vster plant, and a weekl.v news- 
paper, the Freeport Facts. This place 
was estal»lished in the latter p;irt of 1'.'12 
and is destined to become one of the 
most important gulf ports cm account of 
its advantageous location for a harbor 
and the numerous large industries to be 
located here. Tel.. W. U. E.\p., W., F. 
& Co. Telephone connection. W. \V. 
Trigg, postmaster. 
Arthur James W, dry goods. 
Ba7ik-s Thomas G, genl supt H & B V Ry 

Co. 
Barr & Tobey fDavid A Barr, Edward C 

Tobey). lumber. 
Carlton Hotel, .1 A Miller propr. 
Freeport Commerce League, George C 

Morris pres. A W Davis sec. 
Freeport Facts (weeklV). U U Riuf publr. 
Freeport Fish ,fc Ovster Co (A W Davis. 

T G Banks, ^V A Ray). 
FUEEPOIIT .\ATIO\.VI- ItA.VK (Cnilltal 
?r,o.nui.>. Surplus ?12.500), S M Swenson 
Pres, E P Swenson Vice I^res, George C 
Morris Cashier. 
Freeport Sulphur Co. E P Swenson pres. 
Freeport Terminal Co, C S Schalf pres, 

E P Swenson vice pres. R R Colib sec. 
Freeport Townsite Co. S M Swenson prt,s. 
A C Swenson vice pres. W O Wetherbee 
sec and treas, E C H.astings mngr. 
Hodges Addle, mngr W IT Tel Co and 

Southwestern Tel & Tel Co. 
Houston & Brazos Valley P.v Co (capital 
$24,000j, C E Schaft (Dallas) pres, Felix 
Jackson vice pres, Th(mias Ct Banks 
genl supt, Charles C Moore genl frt 
and pass agt, auditor .and sec, George 
C Morris treas, A W Davis industrial 
commr. 
Longmire Jack, restaurant. 



.Midway Hotel, A I' Stephens propr. 
Moore Charles C, genl frt and pass agt, 

auditor and sec H & B V Ry Co. 
MOilRI.S c;i-;oRtiE C, (Jashler Freeport 

National Bank. 
Xelson Win A, general store. 
Rutt R Roy, publr Freeport Facts and 

real estate. 
Stanley M, tinner. 

Tarpon Inn. Joseph Reynolds mngr. 
Trigg Walton W. postmaster and grocer. 

FREESTO.VE. 

Population 100. On the T. & B. V. Ry. 
in Freestone county, 15 miles from Fair- 
field, the county seat and T from Teairue. 
the nearest banking point. Has Baptist 
and Christian churches. Exp., Am. Tele- 
phone connection. Thomas T Chester 
Iiostmaster. 

Baty E I I, phys, drugs and genl store. 
ClflO.'SJ'KR TH01IAS 'I', (;riierul Store nn<l 

Ticket Agt T & B V Rv. 
Coburn John S, cotton gin. 
Hopson W T, general store. 
Suttle W A. physician, 
Tacker J W, general store. 



FRESNO. 

Population 32. On the I. & G. N Ry 
111 Fort Bend county, 20 miles east "of 
Richmond, the county seat and .i '4 from 
Duke, the nearest banking point Tele- 
phone connection. F. O. Keir, postmas- 
ter. 

Kilers E E, hay shipper. 

Fruit <& Truck Growers' Assn. A H Smith 

pres. 
KEIR FRANK O, I.umI.er. Builder*' 

Hardware and Cotton Gin. 
Welchinger J R Mrs, general store. 
\\ right J M. contractor. 



FRIDAY. 

A rural postofHce in Trinity county. 
»"j miles from Groveton, the county 
seat, banking and shipping point. W. H 
(,o.\le, postmaster. 
rOVLE W H, General Store. 
Friday M M, saw mill and cotton gin. 

FRIE\nS\VOOIJ. 

I'opulfltion 200. In Galveston county, 
27 miles from Galveston, tlie county se.at. 
and 7 from Webster, the usual banking 
and shipi)ing point. Stagi- dailv to Web- 
ster; fare 25 cents. Telephone connec- 
tion. C. E. Hoover, postmaster. 
Altemus E D. fruit grower. 
Broun F J, fruit grower. 
Broun F J Mrs. poultry breeder 
Darrow G L, poultry breeder. 
Iioise.v ^r G, fruit grower. 
Friendswoorl T<dephone 'Co. 
Garretson N H. rice grower. 
Hadley A <.'. grocer. 
Harvev D ^^. rice grower. 
HOOVER CHARLES E, Stiitlonery, School 
Supplies and Mngr Friendswood Tele- 
phone Co. 
Kile B O, fruit grower. 
Knight It P, fruit grower. 
Perry N D, fruit grower. 
Stout N E. fruit .grower. 
Thornhill James, sorghum mill. 



FRION\. 

Population 200. On the P. & X. T. Ry.. 
in Parmer county. 26 miles from Farwell. 
the county seat. Has a bank and a week- 
ly newspaper. Tel., W. T,'. E.icp., W. F. 
& Co. Telephone connection. D. W. 
Sutton, postmaster. 
Ballard T D, real estate. 
Cady H C. blksmlth. 
Clark George VV, insurance. 
Daniel P 11, r r, exp and tel agt. 
fnigan John W, general store and drugs. 
FostiT W J. coal. 

FIHOV.V n.V\K <l'nlnooriioratedl. 
Friona I.,nrnb.'r Co. 
i'^riona Sentinel (weekly). .S A Harris 

publr. 
(jalln-eath iv. Fox, general store, 
ifishl'-r John, general store. 
Hanson Pros, farm imidts. 
Hart;rove p M. phvsician. 
Harris S .\, f)iibli- Friima .sentinel. 
Kinsle.v H H ..*Cr t'o. uell drillers and auto 

suriplies. 



l.illaid John F, hides. 

Owen G P, hotel 

.Seumands H D, livery and grain. 

Sutton D W, postmaster. 

Yelverton & Son, telephone exchange. 

FRIO TOAVN. 

Population 59. In Frio county, 16 
miles from Pearsall, the countv seat, 
banking and shipping point. Telephone 
connection with Pearsall. ilrs. A. C. 
Kol ' -rs. postmaster. 
Blackaller Bros, cattle breeders. 
Dlackaller L. E, cattle breeder. 
Little D B, cattle breeder. 
r,oxton J H, cattle breede"-. 
Roberts W A, cattle breeder 
HOIIERTS W \ * CO. General .«tore. 
Taylor H A, cattle breeder. 



FRISCO. 

I'opulation 1.000. On the St. L.. S F. & 
T. Ry., in Collin county, 1 u nules from 
McKinney, the county seat. Has Bapti-t 
Christian and Methodist church. 's. water 
works, electric light. 2 banks and a 
weekly newspaper, the Journal. Tel.. W 
U. Exp., W. F. & Co. Telephone con- 
nection. Thomas Duncan, postmaster. 
Barnett P F, blacksmith. 
Barnum R I., real estate. 
Brooks & Reinburg. t-lectric liiiht plant. 
Bruce Richard, meats. 
Campbell T J, general store. 

bappel W H, restaurant. 
City Cash Grocery. 
City Drug Co. 

Collinsworth F'arm, poultry brf-eders. 
Crouch J H, hdware. iniplts and furn 
DIXCAX TUOMAS. I'.iMtmaMter. 
Farmers' & Merchants' Cotton & Grain 

Co. 
i-irst National Bank (capital i25.000). A 

B Newsom pres. Champ Clark cashr. 
Frechet E A. physician. 
F'risco Grain & Elevator Co. 
Frisco Guaranty State Bank (capital t20,- 

OOtj), H B Butts pres, C L Savage 

cashr. 
Frisco Journal. .1 T Risen publr. 
Frisco Milling Co. 
Frisco Water Works Co. 
Gordan A L Mrs, millinery. 
Gulledge J F & F.ro, general store. 
Hill W O & Son, garaixe. 
Hudson & Davis, dry tronds. 
Kerley A B, cattle dealer. 
L.viiM-Gray Dumber Co. 
.M.'Intire & Montgomei-\-. furn, hdware 

and implts. 
-Mallou J i\l, ph.vsician. 
Mayes E K. automobiles. 
Miller .S W, harness. 
Ogle J M, physici.an. 
Risen J T, prfnter. 
Ro.tch E D. cattle dealer. 
Robertson Bros, live stock breeders. 
Robertson & Robertson, feed. 
Sapp tJ W, restr and confectioner. 
Saye ^\' I., idiysician. 
Shepaid & W'airen, confectionery. 
Shrader F P. mayor. 
Sparks Gin Co. 
Wagoner W J, undertaker. 
White J B, drugs and jeweler. 
Williams J T, real estate. 



FROSA. 

In Dimestone county, 14 miles from 
Groesbeck. the county seat, banking and 
shipiung point. 
Freeman M F, blksmith.. 
Reed F W, general store.' 
Srott J R, cattle breeder. 
Thomas E E, drugs. 



FROST. 

Population 900. An incorporated vil- 
lage on the .St. L. S. W. P,y., in Navarro 
county, 21 miles west of (iorsicana. the 
county seat. Has 5 cotton gins, an oil 
mill, electric light plant and water 
works. Two weekly newspapers. The 
St;ir and The News, .are publlsb.-d Th»^re 
are 2 banks, a graded school. Methodist. 
Uapilst, r'resbyterian ard Christian 
churches. The principal shipment is cot- 
ton. Tel., W. V. Exii.. W. F. & Co. Tele- 
phone connection. Miss Janie Hyer, post- 
master. 
Bason K J . blksmith 



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Bason George J, cotton gin. 

Beck J C & Co (J C Beck, G J Hetlin), 

insurance. 
Beene Bros (Jesse M and Ambros A). 

furniture and undertakers. 
Bennett & San.soin iT Fletcher Bonnett. 

R Paul Sansom), dry groods. 
Z«owman Wm F, jeueler. 
Bryant John F. cotton orin. 
Burk Thomas R, dentist. 
ChtlderB Oscar L. meats. 
Citizens State Bank The fcapital $25,000). 

J R Slay pres, A H Strain and J M 

Scott vlce-pres. R F .'hau' cashr. 
Commercial Hotel, Philip IJ White propr. 
Crofford Benjamin A, lumber. 
Day Charles L. publr The Frost News. 
Denton Samuel V>', mnsrr Vest Telephone 

Co. 
Dixon r'reodman E, dry g-oods. 
Farmers' Gin, Wm A .Sims mngrr. 
FIRST N.\TrOV.*L BANK OF FROST 

THE (Capital $50,000). G J Heflin Pres. 

C B Hlphtower and R J .Sanders vice- 

prests. J C Beck Cashier. 
French L, Reese, grocer. 
Frost Artesian Well Co, S S Hooser 

p»res, water works, 
rrost Drug Co, J F Henderson pres. C 

J Rizien sec. treas and genl mnerr. 
Frost News The (weekly), Charles I^ 

t'ay publr. 
Frost Star The (Weekly), Mrs R J Hat- 
cher publr. 
Frost Theatre. I'.ird F.ros proprs. 
.Gillion H Clay, hor.'.^e breeder. 
Goodman Charles A. lumber. 
Greer Younp H. grocer. 
Harring-ton Thomas H. liye stork. 
Hatcher R J Mrs, publr The Frost Star. 
Heflln-Mitchell Co (G J Hetlin, A F Mit- 
chell, J M Cole). dr> soods. 
Hooser-TuUos Co. S S Hooser pres. H H 

Hooser vice-pres, J M Tullos see and 

tr^as, grocers. 
Hunter Wm W, crrooer. 
Hyer Janle. postmaster. 
Kimmor.a & M.:>rt,'a!i i Wm A Klmmons, I. 

C Morgan), dry goods. 
Knox Rice, physician. 
Langrford Wm B, r r. tel and e-xp atrt. 
Lay-Heflln Co, G J Hetlin pi e.«. It 1. Teni- 

I'leton vice-pres, T \V .Stevenson sec 

and treas, hardwart- and implts. 
McFarlen Robert D, srocer. 
McGee .Tames F. dry yoods. 
SXa thews Wm H, tinner. 
Mailock John W, physician. 
Melton E F, gf^rage and electric liRht 

l^iant. 
ilitohell A Frank, real estate and ins. 
Jlitchell John I>, cotton gin. 
Morgan Hardware Co (Lindsey A and 

John n Morgan). 
Orme & Johnson (P B Orme, Thomas S 

J<'hnson), grocers. 
Patterson & .Shopparrt (Edw.ard A Pat- 
terson, Kdward .1 Slie,i;'urd i. drugs. 
Planters' Cotton Oil Co The. G L White 

pres, J R Slay vice-pres. lOdward \\'o<.»d- 

.Til sec, S S Hooser treas. 
Ramsey Dink, tailor. 
Robertson Wm H. i)h\siciar). 
Scott Benjamin, tailor. 
Skeiton J It &: Son (James K and John F) 

grocers. 
Smith Wade, restaurant. 
Southwestern Tel .t Tel Co. John Wal- 

ston miisr 
Stapner Wm .V, harn^-ss. 
Stt'ttJienson Charles (;. real estate. 
StO'-kard & .Shaw ( U in li Stockard, llu- 

f'js F Shaw), insurancf. 
Vest Telephone Co. V W Vest pres, J W 

I»enton vice-pres. W C Dillon sec and 

treas. 
Walston John, mngr Southwestern Tel 

and Tel Co. 
Wood Wm R, restaurant. 
Young Van B, confr. 



Population 200. On the T. & P. Ry., in 
\'an Zandt county, 10 miles fi-om Canton, 
tlie county seat and 6 from Grand Saline, 
the nearest banking point. . Kxi>.. W., F. 
ir Co. Telephone connection. E. H. Whit- 
ten, postmaster. 

Fruitvale Gin Co. J A Lewis mngr. 
Fruitvale Lumber Co. 

Fruitvale Mercantile Co, general store. 
Har^el Perc>% grocer. 
Mazel & Hazel, drugs. 
I.anden F, poultry breeder, 
l.o^len & Govles, genl store. 
\VHITTE> E H, PoNtmoMter. 



Pl'LHRIGHT. 

Population 500. In Red River county, 
15 miles from Clarksville. the county 
iseat and 4i'. from Deport, the nearest 
shipping point. Has a bank. Telephone 
connection. W. N. Fuller, postmaster. 
Hii.gley J L, tailor. 
Kiandon W' T. physician, 
bright John B, drugs. 

Burrus & Chesshir, grocers and hardware, 
v'liristian S A, telephone excliange. 
Ciiss & Watts, grocers and undertakers. 
Detroit Oil & Cotton Co, cotton gin. 
Kld^r A G, physician 
Fori] Bros, drv goods. 
Fl I,I.1:R AV X, .Votion.s. 
Futtrell W K, blacksmith. 
Grussed Max, mens furnishings. 
Guaranty State Bank (capital tlS.oiioi. 

Edgar Hooker pres, R E Canterbury 

cashr. 
Hooker & Sandsbury, grocers, harness 

and X'ehicles. 
ijucas Joseph, restaurant. 
Morrow Bros, grocers. 
Kidens & Rozell, blacksmiths. 
Robertson J A. r r. exp and tel -igt. 
Tomllnson Bros, garage. 
Tucker E, cold drinks. 

FULSHEAR. 

Population 300. On the S. A. & .V. P. 
Ry., in Fort Bend county, l^ miles from 
Itiohmond, the county seat and 8 from 
Rrookshire, the nearest banking point. 
Tel., W. U., Exp., W. F. & Co. Telephone 
<'i>nnection. L. A. Briscoe, postmaster. 
Kelew G H. r r, e.xp and tel agt. 
IIRISCOR L. A. Ury Goo<l8. Grocer anil 

Hardware, 
lilckson Louis, grocer 
liuzier J S. grocer and blacksmith. 
Harris R I>. drugs and t)hysician. 
Huggins E M, cotton gin. 
.Vlayes M K, grocer. 
Solomon M Mrs. dry goods. 

Fuar.v. 

Population 500. On tlie G. C. & S. F. 
P.y., in Liberty county, 20 miles from Lil>- 
ertj'. the county seat and usual banking 
[loi'nt. Tel., W. V. Exn., W. F. & Co, 
Telephone connection. Mrs. X. E. Sisk, 
postmaster. 
Kirby Lumber Co, lumber mnfrs and 

genl store. 
Mann J S. physician. 
.Matthews W Q. r r. e.vp and tel agt. 
SISK .> K 3IIIS, I'iintmaxter. 



FRI'ITI, WO. 

I'opulatlon 50. In .Montague county, o.i 
Ft. Worth & Denver It. It. 14 miles 
from Montague, the county seat, 5 miles 
south of Bowie, the banking town, and 
e.T miles iiortli of Ft, Worth. lOxu., Ad- 
ams. F. M. Deadman. postmaster. 
Deadman Frank M, grocer and post- 
master. 
Ret-^er John W, r r and e.\i) agt. 



F( KKII. 

Population 150. In I'anr.Ja ronnt\. 1 .' \j 
miles from Carthage, th*- count >■ seat .n!id 
S from El.\'sian Fields, the nearest hanlt- 
ing and sliipping point. Telepiion-. yon- 
nection. Mrs, Lucy -A. Holt. postma.iter 
HOLT & CO, rieoeral Stor«. Cotton liln 

and Grist Mill. , 
O'Bryan C B, genl store. 

GAGEnl'. 

A country postoftice in Hemiihill coinity 
28 miles from Canadian, tlie county si'at 
and shipping [loint and 1 :! from Mobe^-tie, 
tile nearest tiank location. Melis.sa McC 
Morton, postmaster. 
Haralson 1 J, genl store. 

ii.Mlj. 

Population 400. On the Colorado river. 
in Borden county, of which it is ttu' judi- 
cial seat. 22 miles southwest of Fluvanna, 
the nearest shipping point. Has Baptist, 
Christian. Metliodist Kpiscopal .Soutli 



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and Preslnyterian churches, a hanit and 
a weekly newspaper, the Borden Cit- 
izen. Stage daily to Big Springs, 12 
miles distant, fare $2.50, Telephone con- 
nection. W. S. Cathey. postmaster. 
Abney F E, cattle breeder. 
Borden Citizen (weekl.vi, Borden Citizen 

Co publrs. 
Chandler J W. grocer. 
Clark & Derric, garagt . 
Coates J F, cattle breeder. 
Coiinell G W. cattle breeder. 
Davidson J E. grain. 
Dorward D, drugs. 
Engle T .\, garage. 
Everett J T. wool grower. 
FIDELITY .VMJ I>i;i'OSIT CO Ol" .M \HY- 

L.V.VD. Thornton .*t Pearce -\gts. 
GAIL nVNK (I'lilnooriiorntcil), It X 

ler Pres, J D Brown Caslir. 
Gail Gin Co. 

Hannabaas J H. physician. 
Miller R X. cattle breeder. 
Spears --V B, grocer. 
Stokes J B, hotel. 
Thornton M J, lawyer. 
Western Telephone Co Tlie. 



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G.4INESMORK. 

A postofBce on the G. H. & S. A. Ry., 
In Matagorda c.unty. 2::i(> miles, by rail 
southeast of Bay City, the county seat 
and nearest banking point. Mail, dailv. 
Gainesiiiore Lumber Co. lumber mnfrs. 
Harriss Walter, genl store. 
Poell J W, blkstiiith. 



GAIXKSVILLK. 

Population S,35^i. The county seat of 
'Cooke, "The Banner County of Texas. ' 
(Cooke is claimt-d to be the banner coun- 
ty by virtue oi the fact she has won 
nrst prize at the Texas State Fair' and th- 
Intern. itional Fair at San .Vntonio in 
every contest enteied with h..r agricul- 
tural products and practically every one 
entered with her horses.) The chief 
products of the county consist of cotton, 
wheat, corn, hay, including alfalfa, and 
almost every known fruit and vegetable, 
all of whicli are grown successfully. The 
population of Cooke county is 2T,.>ii0. 

Gainesville is located on the nortliern 
border of Texas, ij miles from Ued river. 
on thi- G. C. cJt S. F Ry and th.- M. K. i: 
T. liv,. Tun miles southwest from St. 
Louis! This pi ospi-runs city dep.nds al- 
most exclusively on the agricultuial re- 
sources of the- county in which it is lo- 
cated, and th»- surr..un<llng counties from 
which a large trad, is drawn liy n-ason 
of the splendid stc.ck of menhandisc, 
said to be. the most e-Xtensive carried by 
any town of like size in the frouthwest. 
The industiiis of this city consist of a 
flour mill, daily capacity oi ''.50 bbls. 
dour, lim bills, corn meal, lOnn sacks 
mixed fee.i; a lirick factory, 40,000 daily 
caiiacity; a c..tt..ii compress, daily capac- 
ity being 1,S.jO bal.'s. the season's receipts 
up to January 2.'.tli, I'M'i were Sl.:f29 
bales; 4 cotton gins, daily cai..iclty Ifiu 
bales; a cotton oil mill. 1.0 tons daily ca- 
pacity; a inacitlne shop, a hit and spur 
factory, a mattress factory, ice rdant and 
bottling works, electric light and power 
plant, a bo<it and slioe factory, two nmn- 
ument.il pl.ants, .a wat:on end uate fnc- 
tor>', a cotton stalk cutt'er factory and a 
rope factory. tjainesville Is als't .a di- 



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vision point for the d. C. .t S. 1'". Ry.. 
their division shops being located here. 

Gainesville has three civic and com- 
mercial bodies, to which the splendid 
CDnditlons of present dav Gainesville are 
credited. They are the Chamber of Com- 
merce, conducting an educational cam- 
paign in ag-ricultural lines amonsr the 
f irmers as well as ci\ic improvement and 
publicity, the Retail ilerchants' Associa- 
tion, which is conducted for the mutual 
benefit of the merchants and liusiness 
men, and the XLl Club, composed of 
ladles of the city, who devote their time 
to civic improvement, charity and educa- 
tion. The Chamber of Commerce is very 
anxious to increase the imlustries of 
Gainesville, ivhlch offers numerous ad- 
vantages for many classes. Thov are 
<xIso anxious to increase the number of 
the much needed home builders in Cooke 
cjunty. 

Opportunity should be taken to make 
I lention in this sketch of the splendid 
civic attractiveness and sanitary condi- 
tions of Gainesville. She clams' to have 
more street lig-hts v-r square inch than 
any other town in the Southwest. A 
$150,000 court house, a ?5li,000 citv hall, 
an $S0,000 federal building-, splendid fire 
stations, a modern ^\-ater plant owned by 
the city, one oi the most beautiful parks 
in the state, and about 40 miles of ma- 
c idamizf-d streets. I'recinct 1, in which 
Gainesville is located, is now spending 
$100,000 on macadamized roads extending 
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of this city made by a noted authority on 
civic hygiene, who inspected '.)S o£ the 
principal cities in Texas, Gainesville 
made a score of UJij per cent. It was 
shown but one case of contagious disease 
had originated in the cit:.- in a year, that 
the ai'tesian water obtained from a depth 
of 1.000 feet, which the city uses exclu- 
sively, is pure and plenty. The sewer- 
age system is a splendid one and the 
drainage far above that of many cities 
mucii larger. It was detei"mined that 
Gainesville w,'\s second to the cleanest 
town in the state only by one-half of 
one point. The city uses natural gas as 
fuel. 

Gainesville has three banks, the First 
National, the T^indsay Xational and the 
First State, with a combi7ip<l capital and 
surplus of S750,7»;i. deposits 52.230,000. 
There are two daily and three weekly 
newspapers, the liaily Mesperi.an f morn- 
ing), the Gainesville Daily Register (eve- 
ning) and the Signal (weekly). Both 
dailies issue weekl\ editions. The com- 
bined circulation is about COOo. This 
city has a splendd business college, a 
public school system that is of the high- 
est type, there being four graded scliools 
of the lower branches and the high 
school, also a Catholic school. Grad- 
uates of the high school are admitted to 
the state university without an examina- 
tion. A splendid piihlit* lihriiry with a 
coTnpetent librarian is maintained by the 
civic bodies of the oit.v. There are six- 
teen churches reprr-srnting almost every 
religious denomination. A Presbyterian 
cf»ngr*g:ition is now constructing an edi- 
fice to cost {.'iU.nno. The principal 3hi\i- 



iiu-nts are cotton, cattle, ho.gs, hay, flour, 
fruit, vegetat)le3. poultry and brick, 
fjocal and long distance telephone facili- 
ties. Tel., W. U. Hx])., Am. and W.. F. 
& Co. P.. F. Mitchell, postmaster. 
Acme Creamery Co. C T Axelgard mngr. 
Acme Tailoring Co (Harold F Greer, 

J.,eonard R Downard). 
-\dams James T, lawyer. 
.Vinert Franz, meats. 
.\Ulerson S Blair, livery. 
Alexander Alex, confectioner. 
.\lexander .John, countv tax collector. 
AI>Li:\ O CO THE (Orville Allen), Ileal 

L^state and Lnnns. i .See page -l.")2.) 
.Vllen Richard \V. insuranre. 
.Mien & Son (H E Allen), horse breeders. 
.-\Iley Isaac G, wagon yard. 
.'Vston James B, blacksmith. 
.\usrin W P, fruit grower 6 m e. 
''.all George E N, live stock. 
Barker Ed D, wagon yard. 
Baum Daniel, hides. 
Baum Is. grocer. 
Bean Robert, city assessor. 
Beasley I & Co (Isham and B C Beasley), 

insurance 
Beattie GinCo (James Beattie). 
Beck George A, cotton gin. 
Bell's Hotel. .-V .M Bell propr'. 
nFAA, JAJlIiS It, Uenl Kslute. Loans nntl 

Notarv Public. 
IlKlil. .lAlIi-JS H.VT-PH. Attorney-at-Law. 
Hell Robert V, county jugde. 
liertram Henry, restaurant. 
Bier Laura, dry goods. 
Bierman Fi'an!<, confectioner. 
liischotT George -\. carriage mnfr. 
Black Robert C. physician. 
Blackburn Ed X. county supt schools. 
Blake David I^. plumber. 
III,.\\TO\' KI.I.'sll.V A. .ttforuey-nt-Law. 

Collections an-l .Mtstr.act B.Kaininer 
BI..\\'I'<>\ MAI I,. l.nwTer, Co'lection.i. 

Leans and Notary Public. 
Bonner George M. live stock. 
Bonner Wm B. live stock. 
Boots Albert G, blacksmith. 
Bosley Clarence E. blacksmith. 
Bosley Lee W. tinner. 
Boyd Frank M. photogr.apher. 
Bray John H, horses nm} mules. 
Brazelton S Jacob, ''ounty surveyor. 
Bringman Louis, county sheriff, 
Briscoe John R. gi-ocer. 
Brogan Thomas. live stock. 
Brown James H, Junk. 
Brown Robert J. grocer. 
Brown & Ware (J I'erry Brown, George 

Ware), grocers. 
Broyles & Champion (Wm O Broyles, 

George H Champion), jewelej-s. 
Bruce Thomas W, fruit gro\ver C m e. 
Bryan Austin L. osteopath. 
Bi yson George W. county treasurer. 
Bucltin.gham Charles il. printer. 
Bugg George P, fruit grower fi m e. 
Bulley S Marshall & Son. J P Critz mngr, 

cotton. 
Burton Andrew, life ins. 
Bushby Bros, J T Rountree agt, cotton. 
Caldwell John H, genl store and wagon 

yard. 
Callaway James C, 2d hand goods 
Callaway James W, 2d hand goods. 
Carnahan Daniel W. auctioneer. 
Carr Owen T, plumber. 
Carroll George J. undertaker, 
earthen Wm B, meats. 
Crarn.al Itobert S, harness. 
CH.\3IIir;il Oi' COll.All'.KCi;, si P Kelley 

Prt-s, Lho M Kucbn Vice-Pres. Jolm 

Mahan Vice Pres, W J Scott Sec, J W 

Downard Treas. (See adv opp.) 
Chandler Thomas F, physician. 
Cheaney Bros (Thomas C and Wm E), 

liver.v. 
Chiclcasaw Hotel, Peter T Klepper propr. 
Christian James, confectioner. 
Clev'.'land Daniel E. countv clerk. 
Cl.liIX l:l..V\U J.V.IllOS M. Kleetrlo Con- 

tiactor. 
Cohii John, clothing. 

Cole & Ford (H J Cole, J C Ford), gro- 
cers. 
Collie King, J T Hines agt. cotton. 
Collins Henry L, macliinist. 
Comegys Cornelius G. dentist and grain. 
Commerce Hotel. ,1 II r;inis propr. 
(J(nison Augustus H, physician. 
Cooke County Automobile Co, Walter 

Wiggins mngr. 



Cooke County Commercial Club, E >[ 
Thompson sec. 

Cooke County Fair Assn (capital $20,"'-'o 
W J Scott sec. 

Cooper F C & Co (Fred C Cooper), cotton 

Costen An ly O Mrs. baker. 

Coursey Lynn P, restaurant. 

Crenshaw Ch.arles G. \vagon y.ird. 

Crow Arthur, shootina- gallery. 

Crudington Wm B. physician. 

Crystal Bottling Works, Gainesville Ice 
C^o proprs. 

CVI.P, .-^UHPIIV * Cri.P (George H 
Culp, Wm B Muiphy, John W Cuif, 
Attorneys-at-L.a-v\'. ileneral Fraot: 'e. 

Cunningham J Ed, fruit grower e'o n- ne. 

Curtis Joseph A, tailor. 

Da Iton Watson, mngr Mackav Tel i 
Cable Co. 

Daui-ity John 'W, ha_v dealer. 

Davis Andrew T, live stock 

Davis D Art. grocpr. 

Davis & Davis (Wm O and Owen), law- 
yers. 

Dawson John C, fruit grower 8 mi s e. 

Delaware Hotel, B H Hicks pronr. 

Dickerman O C, blucksmitli. 

Dickerman Hoy, drugs. 

DICKKHMAN A H.VUVEV (Perry L 
Dickerman, Ed Harvey), Real Estate 
and Loans. 

Ditnz Hugo, baker, 

l)Obson Wm A, restaurant. 

i:iuuuhcrt\- Wm H. re;il estate 

DO\\\ARI) J.V.MES AV. I're.s Fii-st State 
Lank, Lands and Hay Dealer. 

Duke & Ayres, E C Lt-e mngr. notion; 

Eckelherger Produce Co (Chris B Eck^^l- 
berger). 

Edwards Drug Co (capital S2S.000>, S 3 
Cnnningham pi'es. J C Cunningham 
viie-pres, J B Cunningham sec" and 
irt-as. 

fJdwards Robert, confr and restr. 

I-^dwards Thomas C. dentist. 

t^gbert Wm A, grocer. 

Kiiglish Wm G. auto liverv. 

ICstes B'rank M, 2d hd goods. 

Felder W D Hi. Co. Murfee Irby agt, cof.on 

FIDELITY A\U UEI'O.SIT CO OF M A.RY- 
L.V.XU, J W Blaiiton and J W Kie-.hly 
agts. 

Field George S, physician. 

Field Robert M, stationery. 

Fields I.*;-. Morgan (Wm B 
Branch Morgan), grocers 
\v,are. 

Findley Aciuilla, confectioner. 

Finne\' Wm M, CLinfectioner. 

b'irst National Batik (r-.apit.Tl -SiSO 000), 
David T Lacy pres. ^Vm O Davis and 
James M Potter vice-pres, James W 
Gladney, cashi-, 

FIKST STATE II.VXK (Capital .^Sn.OOOv 
Sui-phis and Profits .S12.000i. J W 
I'Jownard Pres. J F Morris Vice-Pres, 
Geor.ire C Morris Cashiei', P Morris Jr 
-Vsst Cashier. 

Gainesville Automobile Co, W L Green- 
hill propr. 

Gainesville Brick Co (capital 
W Staniforth pres, W M 
yice-rircs, sec and treas. 

G.VI.\ESVILI-K Rl'.SINESS 
Sidney R Smith Principal. 
-132.) 

G.4I\ESVILL1-: C.VUNF.f;iE 
Lillian tlunter Librarian. 

Gainesville Coal Co, Gainesville Ice Co 
proprs. 

GALNESVILLF. CO'i'TON OIL CO (Capital 
.iilOO,UUO), C C Littleton Pres, J W C i-rn 
Vice-Pres. W A Ross Sec and Tr-'as 

Gainesville Gas & Electric Co, W.t. S 
ililne mngr. 

G.\I\E.SVILLE GR.VIX & COTTOV EX- 
CH.\.\(.F.. V'al Peers Pres, W?-.:.)n 
Dalton Sec, K C Cooper. Ralph T 
Mooclie, H E Wilson. J P Cri'z. ?. J 
Tiiamis. E W McGlasson, Val r -^rg 
and J C Whaley Directors, Bure;- .: of 
Information. 

Gainesville Granite & Marble V.'c rks 
(Bd Richards). 

G.iinesville Ice Co (capital ?37.000). 
.McKemle pres. Mrs Sue McKeml" 
K'av H.Usell treas. 

Gainesville Mattress Factory, P.ob' 
Lai I pres, Wm J .Sherr.ard sec and treas. 

Gainesville opera House, R A Cunning- 
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"THE BANNER COUNTY OF 
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Population of Cooke County, 27,500 
Population of Gainesville, = 8,350 

Cooke County has 3,438 farms, consisting of 
500,129 acres, average acres per farm 145.5, 
average improved acres 72.9. The total number 
operated by owners is 1683, operated by tenants, 
1755.' Ninety per cent of the farm land is tillable 
and productive. There is no county on Earth 
with a greater variety of soil, nor is there one 
that produces profitably a greater variety of 
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Cooke,"The Banner County of Texas" Needs More Home Builders, 

more land owners and fewer tenants. With an average yield, this year, of 32 BUSHELS V/HEAT PER ACRE. 
54 bale (500 pounds) COTTON PER ACRE, at an average price of eleven cents per pound, a total valuation of 
farm products at $3,473,664.00 for 1912, we feel justified in inviting the Home Builder, whom we need most, to come 
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For information in detail regarding this City and 
Cooke County, reference is made herein to a 
minute description of Gainesville and surround- 
ing country found elsewhere in this directory. 
Any further information desired will be cheer- 
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Weekly), Ref;"ister I'rintiiiA Co I'ubli-s. 
(Seo page 452.) 

GAUVKSVIMjI-; SAMTAUll M TIIK, DrH 
J E and K L Gilcreest Siirf^eons in 
Charge. Dr J Mclver fatlioIOKi'^t and 
Radiographer, Ijr C F Rice Oculist and 
Aurlst, Mrs N A riinds, R N, Supt of 
Nurses and Principal. 

Gainesville Signal, B V Mitchell publr. 

Gainesville Water Works, Alich.Tel Chev- 
alier supt. 

Gallia Paul, Ijill poster. 

Gardner W A, fruit grower 6 mi n e. 

Garmany Wm H. cit>' treas. 

Gamett & Garnett (Joseph H and Wm 
D), lawyers. 

Garrett J G & Son (.lohn G and Robert), 
contrs and planiuR- mill. 

GARVEY & vnxsnv.n (Ben P (;nrvey, 
Fred Frasher), <Joal. Tran.^fer and 
Storage, All Carloads and other Con- 
signments Receive Pronint Attention. 

Gates Norwood, blksmith. 

Gemeth August ^\', blksmith. 

Gess & Hurt (Charles R Gess. John 
Hurt), tinners. 

GEWAI.T RICIIARU C, lleiiler in "Bald- 
win" Pianos and All Kinds of Musical 
Merchanidse. 

GIBSON S WiW, Undertakt-r and Km- 
balmer. Personal Attention to .Ship- 
ments of Bodies From Foreign Parts. 

Gilbert Cottage, W A Gilbert propr. 

Gilcreest Edgar L, physician. 

Gilcreest J Edward, physician. 

Goben James L, photograplier. 

Goodner Wholesale Grocer Co (capital 
$50,000), B S Goodner pres, Fred 
Frasher vice-pres. Otto Vaeth sec and 
treas. 

Gould Drug Co (Lyman T Gould). 

Green Alfred M, lawyer. 

Greer Robert Ij, grocer. 

Greer W A, fruit grower 5 mi e. 

Gregory E W. fruit grower 4 mi n e. 

Gregson John, concrete contr. 

Griffin J Lewis, dentist. 

Griggs Francis M, grocer. 

GRUME AUOUST, Ileal Estate, LiOana 
and Live .Stock. 

Gulf Itefining Co. K H Cross mngr, oils. 

GI^NTEK I.IM.I.VN, Librarian GalneHvlIlp 
Carnegie Library. 

Hamilton Samuel H, dentist. 

Hancock David U, county assessor. 

Harberson Adam, confr. 

Harp's Tailoring Parlor (Major B Harp, 
Claude Gotten). 

Harper W R. fruit grower 7 V2 m n e. 

Harrell Hardy B, dentist. 

Harris James C, grocer. 

Harrison Rodger H. live stock. 

Harvey Fred, depot lunch room. 

HAYS LAND CO (P O and Keece A Hays), 
Real Estate and X^oans. , (.See adv be 
low.) 



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)la.\s La\s'rt'nce K. li\'' stock. 

Hayw nrth James E. law,\er. 

TTenderson Maston G, restr. 

Hensley Bros 1 Kills B and Wm A), dray- 
age. 

Hesperian Bldi;- & Savings As.sn (Mutu- 
al). M Chevalier pres, R S Rose vice- 
pres. F H Slierwot)d treas. 

Hesperian The. G f Yates publr. 

Hickson Jerra L. postmaster. 

Higgins David M, physician. 

Hoag George B. cigar mnfr. 

Hocker ^V 10 & (?o (Washington E Hock- 
er, .losephine Perkins), grocers. 

Hodgkinson Wm T, concrete contr, 

Hogari Wm M. meats. 

Holiner Bros (Charles and Simon), tail- 
ors. 

Hollis M' X, poultrj' breeder 7 mi s. 

Holman llenry_ S, lawyer. 

Honeycutt (*i Kincannon (Joe Honeycutt, 
W'ni Kincannon), proprs Majestic and 
Lyric Theatres. 

IIUI I.IHA\ JOHN J, Real Entate. Farnin, 
Raneht-s. City l*ropei"t,v and iilxchanges. 

Howell Harry B, physician. 

HO« ETH AV AV CO THE (Jnek U and AV 
Grady Howeth), Abstracts of Land 
Title. Real Estate. Loans and Collec- 
tions. (See IJage 4.t2.) 

Hudson Walter W. cattle breeder. 

Hughes C T & R E (Charles T and Roy 
K). physicians. 

Hurt Thomas L, grocer. 

ingle Henry, phys and dentist. 

Ingle Henr.v Mrs, photographer. 

lenkins, Jolin V. dentist. 

Tennette John G, physician. 

Johnson Charlie R, physician. 

JOHNSON FEI.I.X M, City Seeretary. 

Tolinson Sam T. restaurant. 

JONES GR.WVILLE, Attorney-at-I.avr, 
Collections and E'ankruptcy La^vv a 
Specialty. 

Jones L B & Son (Leonard B and Mil 
ton H), grocers. 

.Tones Waldo W, house mover. 

Kaden Herman florist. 

Kah.n M & Bro (Mayer and Sam Kahn), 
whol grocers. 

Keel Thomas B. seeds. 

Keel Virgil P. horse trainer. 

Keel & Son (.John Z and Wm L), grain 

Keeler T'ay I), mnfg confr. 

Kennerly .Samuel J. hardware. 

Killgore SVm Co Tlie (capital $57,000), 
Wm Killgore pres and mngr, C P 
Pridtly and V^ H Horton- vice-prests 
^V'liite L'arnall sec and treas, dept 
store. 

Kinne Wm B, jeweler. 

Kuehn Leo M. clothing. 

Lang W G Davis, iiouse mover. 

Lanius George L, ph.vsician. 

li.VMIS IVVTHICK H, KcbI Estate Ilea 
er. Handles His ^.)^vrl I'roperty Kx~ 
cliisivel>\ Has Farms in All Parts of 
f'ooke County, Texas, For Sale or E.k- 
change. 

Leatheis George H, restaurant. 

Lee Sing, laundry. 

Leffler Jloward S. jeweler. 

I.EO.WRD JOE M. I'ropr The Leunard 
I'ress. 

LEON ARU rKES."* THE, J M Leonard 
l*ri»pr. .lob i'linte'rs. 

Levin Wm, men's furne-s. 

Lewis Jolin C. piano tuner. 

Liles H A. pf»ultr,v breeder. 

Linds.ay Hotel. D C Tranter propr. 

Lindsay Lewis B. cattle breeder. 

L I N U S .\ Y NATION.\I, H.VNK OF 
G.Xl.NESVILLE (('apital S.OO.OOU: Sur- 
plus and Undivided Protits .n-o.OOO). 
J M Lindsay Pres. .S il King Vice-Pres, 
Jno L Simpson Vice-Pres. itoy T Pot- 
ter Cashier, O E Powers Asst Cashier. 

Lloyd J C. fruit grower. 

Tvong Smith, whol fruits, 

L\ie L Marion, grocer. 

I..>nch J R, fruit grower 6 mi e. 

Lynn-Gray Lumber Co, J N Boozer mngr. 

Lyric Theatre. Honeycutt & Kincannon 

jiroprs. 
McBee Josephus P, live stock. 
McCown Riddle, clothes cleaner. 
McDow E E, drugs. 
McTntosh & Koon (John Mcintosh, Austin 

E Koon), laundry. 
Mclver Julius, physician. 
McKee Wm R, notions. 



-NlcKee &. Meriw etlit-r (Win R McKee, 
Hayward G .Meriwether), plumbers. 

McKinley M A, grocer. 

-Mackay Tel & Cable Co. Watson Dalton 
mngr. 

Magnolia Petroleum Co. oils. 

Mahan Jolin, ha>'. 

Majestic Band, Honeycutt & Kincannon 
mngrs. 

Majestic Theatre. Honeycutt & Kincan- 
non propr. 

M.aupiii .lames H. grocer. 

M.ANUEI.I, JOHN U. ItenI Estate. 

Ma.ves K Scott, wagi>n yard. 

Merzbacher Bros ( ^^'m and Charles F), 
grocers. 

Millei- G .A. fruit grower S mi e 

Miller "\V F. fruit grower. 

Mitchell Lvnjamin 1". (tostmaster and 
publr G.ainesville Signal. 

Mitchell Edward .M. dairy :; mi e, 

Mitchell James W. grocer. 

'Moore G Thomas, coal. 

Jfoore & Barker i^Vm -Moore. Ed Bar- 
ker), blacksmitlis. 

MORRIS (iEOit(;E C, ( ashler First State 
Bank. 

nOI«RJS-MII>KOFP CO (John F Morris, 
John H Midkoft), Real Estate and 
Loans. 

Morrison C C, fruit grower 5 mi e. 

Mundav Roliert N, horses and mules. 

Munday R N & Co (Robert .\' Munday. 
Thomas A Moore), grocers. 

Murphy Wm E. lawyer. 

Murrell Thomas J, clothes clnr. 

Xewton B C, fruit gro\ser 5 mi e. 

Nichols O T. wogan end gate mnfr. 

.Xichols Yancey. M'agon yard. 

Nislar James N, wind mills. 

North Texas ("omiiress & Warehouse Co 
(capital $54,000). F C Cooi.ier pres. R 
S Rose vice-pres. K J Timmis sec. Wm 
McKemie treas and genl mngr. 

Norton Nellie, shoes. 

Obt-rstein Leo. books. 

Owens T P, & Co. cotton. 

f*adgett .lames H. meats. 

I'AHI.OR H.XSEHAl.L CO, J M I.eouiird 
Pres ami Mngr. Originators and Pub- 
lishers of I'arlor P.aseball. a. New Card 
Game. 

Patterson .Tohn O, dry goods. 

Patterson John 11 M. dry goods. 

H.VTTERSON A: McC V f.l.l.STER (Iloliert 
A Patterson, Wm H McCallister ). Real 
Estate and Loans, I",X(.-haiiges a Sr>or- 
ialty. P O P.ox 303. 

Paul .John, c-i-nu'nt sid.walk.-. 

Payne John f:. gunsmith, 

Pearcy J G & Son ijos.ph <; and Robert 
O), Jd hand goods. 

Pearnian Charles it. lawyr. 

i*eers .1 Val. cotton exporter. 

Peers Val cS: Co (J Val Peers, Wm T 
Itoberts. .\. Sydney ll>irn), dry goods, 

Peo[)h's Home Tch-plii.ni' Co (capital 
$150,000), Wm Rowland (Chicago, 111) 
pre.s. Wm Schrage (Chicago. Ill 1 vice- 
pres, E Hugh Egan sec. W H Jones 
(Chicago. Ill), tri'as. 

Perkins Minnie D M)s. milliner. 

Phillips John W. blacksmith. 

Pierce Fordyce (Jil .\ssn. nil.-. 

Pittman Frank, hors.- drahr. 

Potter & Ewald (Frank C Potter, John W 
Ewald), tinners. 

Powers .Tames W, cotton. 

Price Wm C, wagon yard. 

Price Wm J, ph>sician. 

Proffer F AV. fruit grow-r. 

Pruett Wilhnrn W. irrocf-r 

I'l (KETT ,IOH.\ W. .Mn.vor of <inlii<-N- 
vill.-. Real i:statf and 1,01ns. 

Pugh .\i .Morrison i(.'hai|.s P Pilgh. John 
M .Morrison), drugs. 

Rankin Frank X, cnhinHt nikr, 

lt.\SH O I,, Seerelarj lletall ^lerehiiiUs 
Associ.ation. 

REGISTEIl I'RINTINt; CO <<'a|iltal »!.-.,- 
1)00), John T Leonard Pres. (.'lari-nce 
H Leonard Sec a-.ul Tr.as. Piililrs 
Gainesville Register (See jiage 452.) 

P.'lnhardt Jamis Ij, dair.v 

HET.ML MEH(HVNT>i tSSOCI VTIO \ . > 
J Kennerly Pres, \\" T Roberts \'ic.- 
Pres, O L Rash Sec-Trens. 

Rice Charles F. physician. 

Riley Wm II, plumber. 

Rogers Lewis H. county attorney. 

Romlnger cSt House iJolm Rominger. 
Louis A House), cotton gin. 



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Ross A H & Son (Mrs A H, J W and 
Ancil H). hartUvare. 

Ro\vhin(l Wni D. insurance. 

Riulolph Sam K. district clj^rk. 

Russell VCni F. life insurance. 

Rutledge Wm C. mngr W U Tel Co. 

Sanborn Cliarles C. horsf breeder. 

Sarles Charles L. hay dealer. 

Saunders Owen, grocer. 

S.%VAGK * SO.V (Friiiii-iM M nn<l AVm f). 
Real Estate and Loans. Farm Lands 
in Cooke County Our Specialty. 

Schad Heurj- J, meat.s. 

Schift Henry, grrain. 

Scott Oscar F. hay dealer. 

SCOTT \V J, See CliHmber of Commerce 
and Real Estate. 

Selton Siser. tailor. 

Shepherd Wm L. agt .\m Exp Co. 

Sherrill Clarence J. dentist. 

Siddall Drujj Co (Daniel Siddalt). 

Sidener Tony, bicycle repairer, 

Simpson Hu.2;h L. garage. 

Singer Sewing- Machine Co, J C iroUand 
mngv. 

Smith George ^t, fruit grower 7 mi e. 

Smith Herijert F, sporting goods. 

SMITH Sin\F,V n. I>riiicli>n> «;aliie!.vllle 
Business College fSee page 452.) 

Snider Nicholas C, real estate. 

Sonthwestern Tel & Tel Co, V C Reed 
mngr. 

Spence Harry, undertaker. 

Stark H \V Drug Co i Harlan W Stark). 

Starr Perry P, vet surgeon. 

Stevens Isaac W. poultry breeder 8 mi .sw 

Stonum Bros (Wood and WiUard), cloth- 
iers. 

Tanner-Belden Furniture Co (John B 
Tanner. Kennie P Belrten). 

TK.A.GlrE CO (Capital S<:iO,0(K» » , Arthar 
Teague Pres, Wm McKimmie Vice 
Pros. JIrs Ella Bass Smith Sec, Miss 
Mary Dietz Treas, Dry Ooods. Hats. 
Shoes, Ready-to- Wear Clothing, No- 
tions, Etc. 

Texas Building Co, E A Holmes mngr, 
contrs. 

Texas Co The, Claude Groves agt. oils. 

Texas Motor Car Co (Ernest F and 
George H Ackley). 

Texas Power & Light Co, L J Geer mngi- 

Thayer Claude B, physician. 

Thomas & Evais ('Ivin J Thomas, Kob- 
ert L Evans), grocers. 

THOMPSUX EI> M. General InMiironee. 

Timmis Robert J, cotton. 

Truelove Minnie, public stenogr. 

Turner Bros (Edgar and Luther D), 
proprs Turner Hotel. 

Tyler & Simpson Co, Fisher .\ Tyler pres. 
Given W Bradley sec and treas, whol 
grocers. 

V MOX CEXTR AL HFK INSm.VN'rK 
CO OK CINCINNATI, OHIO. Lee & Lee 
(Dallas) Genl Agts, James A Davis 
Agt (See backbone, left top lines and 
page 2S2.) 
Van Slyke Kdgar, loans. 
Varner Allison C, taihu'. 

Wallace B U. fruit grower 6 mi se. 

Waples-Painter Co (capital $150,000), J 

D Leeper pres. John ^lahan. and Paul 

Waples vfce-pres, Paul Bringnian sec 

and treas. lumber. 

Waples-Platter Grocer Co, D A Fielder 

mngr, whol grocers. 
Vare H P & Co (Henry I' "Ware, Giles O 

II(-Uston), insurance 
Mattam W H & Son {W:n li anl Harry). 

'Vhol fruits. 
Wayland George W, grooer. 



Weaiherly Robert T. gr.^cer 

WCri^er Wm, rcstauran'". 

Weld-Neville Cotton Co (Hou.itoiii, Elmer 
W McGlassoa .agt. 

'•. estlake Welling P. i.lksmitli. 

WH.VLIIV MlLl. Ji. KLKV.VTOH CO. 
James C "U'lialey Pres, James Be.ittie 
"Vice-I'res, John Jt Waupiii Sec and 
Treas, Flour Mill .njid Grain IClevator, 

Whidtlon Rufus C, physician 

White Edward D. agt W F & Co Exp. 

White Produce Co The, J T Overstreet 
mngr. 

White & Kirby (Samuel L White, J "Wm 
Kirby), marble works. 

^^'ilder James (.'', meats. 

Williams Bros (Ross M and John S) 
restaurant. 

Williams B .M ,t Son (Byrd M and Rob- 
ert J). hardw.i.re. 

Williams Engineering Co (El Paso), R J 
Williams mngr. 

Williams (.>scar C, drayage. 

Williams S Birtl, restaurant. 

Wilson Robert S. physici.'in. 

Wilson !-t Duguid. phvsician. 

Wilson A Jloodie (Henry !■: Wilso 
iCalph T Moodie), cotton "bu>-ers. 

\A'ingert G Wm, tailor. 

Witt Ben F, grocer. 

Woods Wm L, iiarness, 

Woolridge J Clay, lumber 

Wright C F & Co 'Charles E' Wright, 
Frank H Schopmeyer), grocers. 

Young Robei't. wood dealer. 

Zacharias, Signiond, dry goods. 



GAM, VTIX. 

Population 350. On the T. & X. O. R. R. 
in Cherokee county. 8 miles from Rusk, 
the county seat and 4 from Ponta, the 
nearest banKiiig point. Exp., AV., J*' i- 
Co. Telephone connectio-n. T. A. "\S'ard, 
postmaster. 

Chandler J W, cotton gin 
Henry Bros, general store. 
Henry John F, feed. 
Hopper O W, r r .and exp agt. 
Jenkins S A, genl store. 
Odom S D, drv .goods and grocer. 
W.VIID T .\, nriiKKiit and I'ontmnHter. 



GALLK. 

Population 50. In Guadalupe county, 
13>,4 miles from Seguin, the county seat, 
banking and shipping point. Telephone 
connection. Alfred Heinemeier. post- 
master. 
Gale Gin Co. 
HKINKMKIRll ALFUED, General Store 



GAIiVKSTO.N. 

Population 45.000. Located on the East 
end of Galveston Island and lying about 
two miles from the mainland of the 
Texas Coast in the (Julf of Mexico, is the 
chief sea port of the State of Texas and 
of the United States Coast on the Gulf 
of Mexico. 

It is the greatest cotton e.xporting 
port in the world and ranks second in 
the list of American ports in the total 
of its foreign commerce, being exceed- 
ed in this respect among American 
ports only by the port of New York, .and 
outranking such old established ports as 
Boston, Philadelphia. Baltimore, New 
("irleans and San Francisco. 

Its principal export is cotton, almost 

000,000 bales h.aving been exported 
during the ye.ar ending August ;il, 1913. 

The total value of its exports ap- 
proximates $300,000,000. 

Fifty-six lines of steamers ply reg- 
ularly between Galveston anrl foreign 
ports, while five lines ply regularly 
between (Jalveston and other ('nited 
States ports, priucipall.v New York. 

It has two National b;iiiks, three 
State banks and four private banics. 
No report is available of the deposits 
in the private banks, but the deposits in 
Sta^e and National banks .are about $10,- 
000,000. The, private hanks are among 
the strongest' in the country and com- 
mand a very large share of the b,inl<Lng 
business of the "city. The bank rlear- 
ngs for the calendar yeaj- 11*13 exceed 
$1,000,000,000. 

It has four daily newspaiM;rs and 
several weelvlies. 



Religious denominations represented 
by substantial edilices. are .Methodist, 
Baptist, Presbyterian, EiJiscoi>alian. Lu- 
theran, Hebrew, Catholic .and Cliristian 
Science. The only (jn-ek church in 
Texas is located in Galveston. 

A suthcient number of substantial 
school buildings, including a magnifi- 
cent high school, are operated by the 
city. In addition to the regular studies, 
manual training and domestic science 
are regularly taught. Graduate's from 
the High School are admitted bv their 
diploma to the University of T.xas and 
other colleges of merit. In addition to 
this, the Medical Department of The 
State University is located here, there 
are a number of academies p.arochial 
schools, private institutions and busi- 
ness colleges. 

The w.ater supply is artesian. It is 
obtained at a point about eighteen 
miles dist.ant on the mainland and 
brought to Galveston through pipes; Is 
almost absolutely pure. 

The fire department. including fire 
boats for water frtjnt protection, is 
ample and G.alveston enjo\s tlie unuiue 
distinction of having tho lowest tire 
rate of any city in the State of Texas. 

The climate of G.alveston is exception- 
.lUy even. The Gulf stream flowing by 
the city preserves an even teniperati^re 
the year round. While located further 
south in the United .States than any 
city of its size, the summer temperature 
is remarkably low, tlie average maxi- 
mum for the months (.>f .lul.s- and .August 
for the past ten years being a little ia 
e.vcess of SS degrees, wliile frost in the 
winter is a rarity. 

The salt atmosphere er.adirates all 
malarial influences: and on, account of 
the low altitude, Galveston is a mecca 
for those suffering fi-ohi nervous 
troubles oi- the inrluences of catarrh or 
hay fever. 

Ample hotel accommodation of various 
classes are found in the city, nor.able 
among tliem being the Hotel Galvez. 
built by public subscripiion h.v the peo- 
ple of Galveston .and located on the Sea 
Wall Boulevard on the (5ult of Mexico. 

Several trunk lines of railroad hav*? 
their deep water terminus on Galveston 
Island. Tliese roads operate a mileage 
in excess of 50,000 miles through th* 
territory west of Chicago to the 
Pacific ocean. 

The harbor terminals are exten.sive, 
tliere bein.g a dock frontage of more 
than five miles capable of berthing 
more than 100 large ocean-going steam- 
ships at one time. The value of these 
terminals exceeds 5120.000,000. The 

Federal Government has already ex- 
pended more than $1 .■>.000.000 on hartKir 
improvements and tticro is available at 
this time a deep water channel frorrt the 
Gulf of Me.\ico to the Docks .at Gal- 
veston having a minimum depth of 30 
feet all the way. 

The city does a very large jobbing 
business to the interior: has the au- 
vantaKe of inbound writer rates by 
coastwise steamers on manufactured 
articles from the Eastern States, and 
lias the further advantage of cheap dis- 
triliuting rates to the interior of the 
State b\' means of an inland waterway 
for light draft vessels recently con- 
structed by the United States Govern- 
ment and connecting witli all rivers 
emptying into the Gulf of Me.tico. 

Further improvements b.v the gov- 
ernment to the extent of $20,000,000 are 
now contemplated. 

Custom houses, bonded ware houses, 
apiiraisers stores, immigration Ijuildings 
and (juarantine stations are ru.aintain- 
ed b\- the Feder.al Government, as well 
as Federal courts and ollicers. 

The Islatul is connected to tht.^ main- 
land b>' a concrete causeway at>out two 
miles in length, carrying tracks fi-r 
itoth steam .and electric r;iil\v.\\s, i^ud 
a roadwa.v for vehicles and foot p.as- 
sengers. The cost of this structure ex- 
ceeded $2,000,000. 

Tile city w,as visited in .Septemi>er 
1900 by an atmospheric disturbance that 
caused a Large loss of life ainl pr<»pertv. 



Athens Fire Brick Company 



HIGH GRADE FIRE BRICK AND HOLLOW BUILDING TILE 



ATHENS 



TEXAS 



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THE SUPPLY mm 




Hardware 

Carpenters' Tools 

Plasterers' Tools 

Tinware 

Galvanized Ware 

Gray Enameled Ware 

White " Ware 

Builders' Hardware 

Brushes 

House Furnishing Goods 

Stoves and Stove Pipe 

Fire Extinguishers 

Farm Implements 

Plows 

Hoes, Rakes and Shovels 

Heavy Hardware 

Bar Iron 

Machine Steel 

Tool Steel 

Sheet Iron 

Bolts, Nuts, Washers 

Horseshoes 

Boiler Rivets 

Oakum, Rope 

Railroad Spikes 

Track Bolts 

Boat Spikes 

Nails, Barb Wire 

Field Fencing 

Blacksmiths' Supplies 





GAiyESTOfl, TEKA! 



IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS 



Roofing 




Tarred Roofing Felt 

Seawall Rubber Roofing 

Galvez Ready Roofing 

Roofing Pitch 

Galv. Corrugated Iron 

Roofing Nails 

Roofing Caps 

White Lead, Sheet Lead 

Pig Lead, Solder 

Tinners' Rivets 

Tinners' Tools 

THE SUPPLY HOUSE OF TEXAS 



Mill Supplies 

Iron Pipe 

Iron Pipe Fittings 

Brass Pipe 

Brass Pipe Fittings 

Belting 

Packing 

Hose 

Cotton and Wool Waste 

Babbit Metal 

Wire Rope 

Brass Rod 

Equipment for Fire Pro- 
tection 

Pipe Fitters' Tools 
Machinists' Tools 
Blacksmiths' Tools 
Injectors 
Block and Tackle 
Chain Hoists 
Belt Lacing 
Harness Leather 
Sole Leather 
Pumps 
Fire Brick 
Fire Clay 
Asbestos Cement 



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The Greatest Invention of the Twentieth Century 

This invention offers you the greatest investment opportunity of the 
present age. 

This is a new invention for the transmission of telegraphic news dis- 
patches; fully perfected, practically demonstrated, patented and protected in 
every civilized country on the globe. 

The Electric Teletype embodies an automatic control of the typesetting 
machines whereby news dispatches may be instantly transmitted from any 
given point simultaneously to every newspaper ottice in the world where 
telegraphic news is handled, and set in type ready for printing. 

The message is merely written by the reporter in the sending office on 
an electrical typewriter connected by Associated Press wires with the Mer- 
genthaler typesetting machines in the composing rooms of every newspaper 
on the circuit, and these machines automatically set the story in type form 
ready for printing as fast as it is written on the electric typewriter in the 
originating office. 

CHARTER ISSUED BY SPECIAL ACT OF CONGRESS 
UNDER THE LAWS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

NATIONAL TELETYPE COMPANY 



Rooms 3 1 5-3 1 6 City National Bank BIdg. 

GALVESTON, TEXAS 

PHONE 4207. 



Home Office: lOOO-lOOl Munsey BIdg. 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



GALVESTON 



TEXAS GAZETTEER 457 



Stewart Title Guaranty 

Company 



Capital, - - $300,000.00 




uarantees Land Titles 
and Liens 

Complete Abstract Plants in EacK Office. 



GENERAL COUNSEL: 

MACO and MINOR STEWART. 



OFFICES: 

Galveston Houston Dallas 

San Antonio 

IT IS BETTER TO BE SAFE THAN SORRY. 



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alveston Hardware Co, 

WHOLESALE SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE 



CARPENTERS 

AND 

MECHANICS 

TOOLS 












BUILDERS 

HARDWARE, 

ETC. 



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Let Us Pigfure Vour Wants. 
2222 to 2228 Strand (Ave. B) - GALVESTON, TEXAS 

GALVESTON=flOUSTON CEMENT MANUFACTURING CO. 

JOHN B. BOONe, Manager 

Cement Sidewalks and Ourbings 

CEMENT BRICK. MICA FINISH, 28 COLORS, Superior to Clay Brick, Cost the Same. 

CEMENT PRODUCTS OF ALL KINDS, POWDER PAINTS IN ALL COLORS 



PHONE, 4130 
18th and Avenue A 



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Broadway baptivt. Church 

Phone 4130 



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Jno. B. Boone 4& co. 

Contractors and Builders, Mfrs. Agents 

A SPECIALTY OF 
Double wall, continuous air'space reinforced concrete buildings, all sizes. 
Fire, Storm and Damp proof, cos! but little more than frame buildings. 

AGENTS FOR ■ 
Ariolite Lamp and Lighting outfit. 

Aliens Bath Apparatus. 

Portable Oil, Gas Stoves for Heating and Cooking. 

Asbestos Shingle and Rooling and Ceiling Board. 

Galveston 



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stevedores and CorBtractors 

F"l_OATirsJO A IM D D R A V A O EI 



Office* 



Phono 383S 



1515 S-trand, 

OAL-VEISTOIN 



HAi^SO^J SOi^S ll^CORPORATED 



SHELL, BMIU Mm OMVEL 
COI^TR ACTORS 



Phone 3835. 



OFFICE : 1515 STRAND, 



GALVESTON 



F. R. MAL^L^OV & S' 



Undertakers 

and 

Enibalmers 

The Finest Am' 
bulanre Service 
in the South. 

Anibulaoces- 
Autodiobile aod 
"White Flyer" 

Fine^ Assortment 

of 

Metallic, 

Silver-Bronze, 

Solid 

Mahogany and 

other 

CASKETS AND 
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Boarding 
Stable 



Our Vehiclet 

Are New 

and in 

Splendid Shape 

Complete Line 
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RUBBER TIRE 
VEHICLES 



Phone 273. 



Southeast Corner 24th «nd Ave. E., OAUVESTOIN, TEXAS 




HOTEL- G7=^L-^EZ 



GALVE.STON, TE.XAS 



Open 

E.very Day 
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from 

Depot and 

Wharves 



Trolley Service Every 5 Minutes. Finest Surf Bathing in the World. 

Overlooks the Famous Sea Wall Boulevard and (iulf of iMe.xico. 

Sample Rooms for Commercial Men. 

Under Management of DAVID LAUBER 



1801 POSTOFFICE. STREET 
Has the Only Exclusive Residence 
Funeral Parlors and Rest Rooms 
in Galveston 

First-Class Service and Reasonable Price 
is their motto. 

You are cordially invited to inspect the 
Parlors and Rest Rooms at any time you 
like. 

The Rest Rooms are absolutely FREE 
— Lady attendant when desired. 



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Will Give a Funeral Service from 

$50 Up 

and Guarantee Full Satisfaction ! 



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A. J. PItATKB. 

Palace Livery 

Boarding and Sales Stables 
GALVESTON 

PHONE 346 2314-16 POSTOFFICE 



Prater Undertaking Company 

J. R. CHEVERERE, 

Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmar. 

Open Day and Night. 
Phone 1777 or 346 1801 Postoffice St. 




TEXAS GAZETTEER 



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H. K e: 



U IM I IM O O FR l=>C3 IR AT E: O 



Cotton and Bankind 



OALVESTOIM 



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GALVESTON 



pany 



"The Bank for Satisfactory Service." 

Resources j Four Million Dollars 



JOHN SEALY, President 
JOSEPH LOBIT, Vice-President 



J. P. ALVEY, Gen. Mgr. and Sec'y 
TERRY, GAVIN & MILLS, Attorneys 
CHARTERED UNDER THE LAWS OF TEXAS 



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and Loan C« 



GALVESTON, TEXAS 



Authorized Capital, $1,000,000 



Paid Up Capital and Surplus, $530,000 



THIS IS A TEXAS INSTITUTION 

Lending Texas Money to Texas Borrowers, whose Notes are always KEPT IN TEXAS, and which are NEVER SOLD OR 
HYPOTHECATED. There is no Red Tape or Delay in our Dealings. If you have a Perfect Abstract you can get your Money 
in a Week after your Application is Filed. No Commissions, Attorney's or Inspector's fees. No Coupon Bonds or Iron-Clad 
Restrictions. Liberal Terms for Payment Before Maturity. Will Lend on Any Plan or Time to Suit Borrower. Will meet all 
Legitimate Competition on Rates, and Can Convince Anyone that we are entitled to and Obtain the Best Business in the State. 
Send for Blank Application and Explanatory Pamphlet. 

TO INSURE PROMPT REPLY, ADDRESS YOUR LETTERS ■ b AI\/CV r*.o.nfl.>»l IUI»»«»». r^^t..^^*^^ 

TO THE COMPANY J- P- ALVcY, uenetal manager, Galveston 



JOHN SEALY, J. P. ALVEY, 

President. General Manager. 



W. B. LOCKHART, 

Attorney. 



TEXAS GU^fliriTEE hm TEIOST GO. 

OF GALVESTON 
WITHOUT BANKING PRIVILEGES 



CAPITAL 



$1,000,000 



Acts as Agents, Executors, Administrators, 
Guardians, Trustees, Etc. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS: 

Geo. Sealy R. Waverley Smith J. C. League 

Sealy Hutchings H. Wilkens John Sealy J. A. Robertson 



J. P. ALVEY, President. C. G. SWEET, Cashier. 

J. CARROLL ALVEY, Ass't Cashier. 

(Guaranty Fund Banki 

South Texas State Bank 

OF GALVESTON 

Succeeding the Rosenljerj,' Bank 

Buys and Sells Exchange and Travelers Cheques 

On all the Princlpat PolntK In Ihe UnlKid Slate* and Europe 

4 PER CENT IXTI'-.RICST OX S.WlXr.S ACCOUNTS. 

Receives Deposits on Open Account 

Spaclal Allantion CIvsn to Call«ctlons in llie Irttarior of Iha Stala 

SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT— Holders of Securities 
and Other Valuables will find Especial Advantages lor the 
Convenient Safekeeping of same. Subject Only to Their Per- 
sonal Access and Control, in Our Safe Deposit Vaults. 



2209 Market Street, Between Twenty-Second and Tremont, 



GALVESTON 



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URSULINE ACADEMY 



Founded in 1847 



The Pioneer 
Educational Institution 
in Texas ; as were the 

Ursuline Nuns 

the Pioneer Educators 

of Female Youth 

in 
North America 



Avenue N. from 25th to 27th Streets 

GALVESTON 



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The Course 

of 

Studies Embraces 

all the 

Branches of a Solid 

and Refined 

Education 



A Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies and Younger Girls 

/ Though a Catholic Institution, pupils of Every Religious Denomination are Admitted 
into the Academy, It is delightfully situated near the Beach, hence enjoys at al! seasons 
of the year an unobstructed sweep of the pure, invigorating breezes. 

For furthur particulars, address. MOTHER SUPERIOR, Galveston, 



URSULINE, ACADEMY, 
URSULINE, ACADEMY, 
VILLA MARIA ACADEMY. 



GALVESTON 

DALLAS 

BRYAN 



URSULINE ACADEMY, = SAN ANTONIO 

SACRED HEART ACADEMY, 

Prospect Hill, SAN ANTONIO 
URSULINE ACADEMY. - LAREDO 




The Sidiv 
over yourdoor 



TT is a good thing, isn't it? You would not think of 
■*■ doing business without it. 

But it is only seen by those who pass your way. 

The City Directory is where many people look when 
they want to find you. You should make it easy for 
them to find you by putting in the directory such infor- 
mation as a buyer wants to know. Index your business 
under all classifications where a customer might look 
for you. 

To be properly registered costs less than to be left out. 

Send for the City Directory Advertising Man and let 
him explain this to you in detail. 

R. L. Polk & Co. 

Directory Publishers 



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TEXAS GAZETTEER 



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H. K. LINDSLEY, President 



J. H. HILL, Vice-President 



S. P. FLEMING, Sec.-Treas. 



AMERICAN WAREHOUSE COMPANY 



Cable Address "Amwaco" 



Over 40,000 Square Feet 
Storage Floor Space 



OF GALVESTON, TEXAS 

BROOM conn dealers 

GENERAL WAREHOUSEI^IEN 
AND FORWARDING AGENTS 



Lower Insurance Rates Than CHARTERED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF 
Any V/arehouse, at Any TEXAS, AND AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE NEGO- 

Gulf Port TIABLE PUBLIC WAREHOUSE RECEIPTS 



Facilities for Storing in 

Transit 

Rehandling and Reshipping 

in Connection With Eight 

Railroads 

And Sixty Domestic and 

Foreign Steamship 

Companies 



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Consulting larine Engineer— ^aval Architect 

' Kational ICoard of Mariiit* ITiirterw riters of N. V. and Board of I'ndjTwritrrM i Jlarin<-i of Si. V. 

SURVEYOR TO LLOYD'S AGENT. 

Export: IVIarin^ lr«stjranc^ Surv^^ycDr and Adjuistor. 

SHrP AND CARGO SURVEYOR. SURVEYOR TO AMERICAN BUREAU OF SHIPPINC, ETC. 



Phone 4700— General Offices 



Phone 407- Plant 



USE "BRUSH" LIGHT 



ALTERNATING AND DIRECT CURRENT 

LIGHT AND POWER 



Brush Electric Company 



Gas and Electric Building, 

GALVESTON 




. CHILDRESS 



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STOCKS AND BONDS 

203 TREMONT, p^,„, ^25 

Cor. Strand 



NOTARY PUBLIC 

GALVESTON, 

TEXAS 



CLARK 6 HENNESSY PRODUCE CO. 

(Benerai (Tom mission yi ficrcbants 

POULTRY. EGGS, PRODUCE 
DEALERS IN AND SHIPPERS OF EARLY VEGETABLES AND FRUIT. 

No. 2 2 20 Strand Long Distance Phonc 2283. GALVESTON 



OLIVER ALLSTORM, Prcsidtni 



G. N. COX, Vice Prcsidml 



L. W. ALEXANDER, Secretary 



Cbe Coca-Cola ©ottling Company 



THE MOST 
REFRESHING DRINK 
IN 
■ THE WORLD 




TELEPHONE 
No, 4476 



BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY 

lie STRAIMD, OALVESTOrsI, TEXA 



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Ship Chandler and Wholesale Grocer 



AGENT FOR 



PLYMOUTH CORDAGE CO.S ROPE 
A. LESCHEN & SONS WIRE ROPE 



3014, 2016, 2018 STRAND (Ave. B) 

PHOME 8-44 



GALVESTON, TEXAS 




PHONE 2802 FOR PROMPT AUTOMOBILE SERVICE — DAY OR NIGHT 

GROSSMAN'S STABLE 

Livery, Boarding and Sales Stable 

W. H. GROSSMAN. Proprietor 
Buggies aad Surries for Hire — Special Rate by Week or Month 

2319 Avenue D or Postoffice Street GALVESTON, TEXAS 



L¥ EST 



TEXAS GAZETTEER 



46S 



CUMMINGS & SPRUE 



Firearms, Ammunition and 
Full Line off SPORTING GOODS 



Tires, Tubes and Rubber Goods Repaired 

CALVESTOi^, 



Wholesale Bicycles and Supplies 

TEXAS 



Wall Paper, Paints and Glass 



General Painting and Decorating 



Phone 1467 



J. K. DEATS 

Oon-traotior arid Buitcier 

2213 Postoffice Street 

OALVESTON, 



ITEXAS 







A Sample of my Veneer Work 



EL. FEST 



Contractor 

REINFORCED AND OTHER CONCRETE WORK. 

CEMENT VENEER SLABS and CEMENT WEATHER BOARDS lor Brick 
and Wooden Buildings. TERRAZZO FLOORS. 



2222 Avenue H. 



GALVESTON 



Phone 331 1 



CHAS. FOWLER 



J. A. CROCKER 



W. A. McVITIE 



FOWLER & McVITIE 

Steamship Agents and Brokers 



AGENTS FOR 

Larrinaga S. S. Line, Castle S. S. Line, Hamburg-American 
Line, Saint Line, Furness-Withy Line, The United States 
and China-Japan Lines, Royal Mail Steam Packet Co., 
Watts, Watts & Co., Norway-Mexico Gulf S. S. Line, Texas- 
Mexican Line, Munson S. S. Line, United States Shipping 
Co., Atlantic & Mexican Gulf S. S. Co. 

Manchester, Glasgow, Havre, Dunkirk, Bremen, Antwerp, Rot- 
terdam, Hamburg, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Panama 
and Jamaica. 



WHOLESALE COAL TvlERCt^iANTS 



Office: Zni Floor Cottoa Excbargc Duildin;;. 



GALVESTON, TEXAS 



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F. F. GIGLIOLI &, CONIPANY 

EXPORTERS & IMPORTERS OF ALL CLASSES OF MERCHANDISE 

G4LVEST0N TO ALL POINTS IN ITALY. FRANCE. SPAIN, PORTUGAL AND ALL SOUTHERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES. 
I.MPOm OF ALL PRODUCTS OF SOUTHER.^ EUROPE TO GALVESTON 

WE GIVE ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE EXPORT OF THE FOLLOWING LINES OF GOODS, VIZ: Cotton. 
Cotton Seed, Cotton Seed Cake, Cotton Seed Meal, Cotton Seed Oil, Cotton Seed Soap, Soap Stock, Wool, Wheat, Corn, Rice, 
Flour, Packing House Products, Lubricating Oils, Paraffine Wax, Greases, Petroleum, Sulphur, Lumber, Staves, Scrap Metal, Steel. 
Copper, Fertilizers, Asphalt. 

Correspondea<*e inviteil in the Entcli^jh. French. Italian anil Spanish l^ansnases. 



COTTON EXCHANGE BUILDING 



OAL-VESTOrsi 



The Glasscock Office Supply Co. 

Printers and Stationers 
Office Appliances and Supplies of All Kinds 

INCLUDING 

Safe Cabinet Company's Fireproof Safes and Vaults, L. C. Smith & Bros.' Typewriters, Corona Typewriter (S'^0.00 with Case), 
Burroughs Adding Machines, St. Louis Cash Registers, American Multigraph, The Addressograph, The Hdison Dictaphone. Etc. 
Fine assortment of partly-used Typewriters of all makes at special prices. We make a specialty of carefully prepared .Wulti- 
graphing and Duplicate Letters. 

LET IIS GET ACQ)UAINTED — THE ADVANTAGES WILL BE MUTUAL 

GAUVESTOIN 



205 23rcl St, 



Telephone 301 



TON STEVE 

CAPTAIN EDWIN GOUDGE, Manager 






CO 



SXEVEDOREIS AND 



All Work Entrusted to Our Care Will Receive Personal Prompt Attention. Estimates Furnished. 

Office, South End Pier 36 telephones 936 .nd .-jes GALVESTON 



CAPT. EDWIN GOUDGE 
Surveyors to " 

THE BUREAU VERITAS 
VESSEL FIRE REGISTER, N.Y. 
THE VESSEL AGENCY, N. Y. 



D O ^ 
Marine Surveyor and Appraiser 



SOUTH PIER 36 



Telephones 936, 565 and 1348 



GALVESTON 



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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL - 



Vegetable, Field and Flower 



"THAT SUCCEED" 



SPECIALTY: EARLY PRODUCTION, UNIFORM QUALITY 
SOOeS-fcrand O/Vl-VEISTOrsJ 

ESTABLISHED 1 890 




E. R. Henck & Son 




Manufacturers of 



<^*d^.>^..lM^i \j^^^'''r-i>' 



Awnings, Tents, Flags ^^^2?^---: -.-^^ -^-r- 

Sails, Feed Bags, Wagon Covers, Horse Covers, 

HAMMOCKS, TARPAULINS, HAY COVERS, ETC. 
Strand (Avenue B) Between 22nd and 23rd Streets GALVESTON, TEXAS 



HIEGEU &i RVAN 

General Agents 

INSURANCE AND 
SU RETY BONDS 



GALVESTON, 



TEXAS 



L.. J 



GENERAL CONTRACTOR IN 



OfTice 



and, ShelSj Gravel, Brick, Etc. 

Phone 1643 
■ 22cl and Ave. A O AL- V E STO IM , TEIXA 



468 



R. L. POLK & GO'S (1914) 





k^B 









Gulf Transport Line 

Galveston to Liverpool. 
Havre and Bremen 



FOR FREIGHT AND PASSENGER RATES APPLY TO 



Fredk. LeyEand & Co., Ltd., Agency 

5. J. JACKSON, Manager GALVESTON, TEXAS 

LEITH LUMBER COMPANY 

Reta^il Lumber Dea^ler^ 

PLANING MILL WORK OUR SPECIALTY 



Office : Phone 21 

Residence s " 333Q 



GALVESTON, TEXAS 



President Professional 

Photographers' 

Association of Texas, 

'lO-'ll. 



FIRST CLASS 
WORK ONLY 



JOSEPH M. MAURER 

Everything Elegant and Artistic in 

PHOTOGRAPHY 



Awarded Diploma by 

Texas Photographers' 

Association 

in 1902 and 1903. 



Silver Cup, 1907-'0S, 

Angelo Shield, 1907-'03. 

Genre Prize, 1908. 

Officer's Prize, 1909. 



Picture Framing, Kodaks and Photo Supplies. Kodak Finishing. 
Phone 1698 418 Tremont Street, GALVESTON, TEXAS 



J. H. HAWLEY, Secretary and Manager 



Quarries, Tehuacana, Texas 





( INCORPORATED 1. 



CRUSHED RIP-RAP 
CAP ROCK 



Security Building 



AND 



Ga.lve5top, Texe^s 



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TEXAS GAZETTEER 



469 



CAPT. C. NICOLINI, Consular Agent of H. M. the King of Italy 

C. NICOLINI & CO. 

(Established in 1885) 

Passenger Agents for All Leading 

STEAMSHIP LINES-LaVeloce. Lloyd 
Italiano, Compagnie Generale Transatlantique, Naviga- 
zione Generale Italiana, North German Lloyd, Hamburg- 
American Line, Prince Line, Austro-American Line, 
Cunard Line, Mallory Line, &c. 
PHONE 47. 

2003 Strand (Avenue B) GALVESTON 



D. NICOLINI 



CARLO VAIANI 



NICOLINI & VAIANI 

GROCERS, IMPORTERS 

And Wholesale Dealers in 
FINEST ITALIAN WINES and PRODUCE 

IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, 
CORDIALS AND CIGARS. 
Our Specialties: Genuine Chianti Wine, Lucca Best Olive 
Oil, Piemonte Wines, Migliavacca's California Best Wints. 

Agents for Old Saratoga, Quaker City, Monogram, Baker 
Rye, Sunny Brook and Hill & Hill Whiskies, also Lovera 
Cigars. 



Phone 2436 



No. 2001 STRAND 



GALVESTON, TEXAS 



C. W. PETERS, Propr. 



Manufacturers of 



¥^ For All Purpo 



ses 



For Further Information, Address 



F»YRO F»AIIN|-r OO., I506 Ave IVI, O ALVESTO N 



■\A/OI=*K F-ITT l=-OFR A KlfMC^' 



Rex Steam Laundry Company 



INCORPORATED 



CAPITAL STOCK $20,000.00 

LAUNDERERS, HATTERS, DYERS, CLEANERS, PRESSERS 

Galveston, - Texas 



CODES 



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Editions 
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Yopp's Edition 1906 
Meyer's Cotton Code 39th 

Edition 



Coiuiections Every-abere 
EXPORT AND IMPORT 



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.AUSTRo-H r xr,.\ R I .\ N 

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Feed, Grain, Rice, Rice By^^Products, Hops. 

Cotton and Cotton Seed Products. 



I WILL REPRESENT AND BUY OR SELL FOR EUROPEAN EXPORT 
AND IMPORT FIRMS. References Excbj<„,.J. 



GALVESTON. TEXAS 




PRUDENTIAL OIL COMPANY 

AUTO Speedolene oiu 



Oils and Greases f^or Every Mechanical 

— Purpose 



Phone 



S ISQ-4 



GALVESTON, TEXAS 



g H. V. ROMANO 



D. K. MACGILL 



F>. V. Romano & Co, 










Phone 46 



Stevedores and Contractors 

Correspondence Solicited 
Galveston 






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Open Winter and Summer 



Harbor View Bath House 

East Beach, Galveston 

Commands a perfect view of the Harbor and Sea Wall. Located at the 
extreme end uf Broadway, '^'iving view of the Port Bcjlivar Liyhtliouse, U. S. 
Fortilications at San Jacinto. Etc. 

On this Beacii is truly "The Finest Surf Bathini; in the \Sorld." 

P. V. ROMANO 



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N- SAUZMANN 

WATCHM AKER, JEWELER AND OPTICIAN 

FfRS T CLASS LI\'E OF DIAMONDS, lA^'A TCHES, JEM^ELR Y and SILl/ERM^ARE 

PHONE 544 

2215 POSTOFFICE STREET, Bet. Tremont and 22nd, GAUVESTOIN, TEXAS 




cliaeier 



Wholesale Bakers 
and Confectioners 

BAKED GOODS 

of all descriptions 

Main Store and Bakery— 1921 to 1925 Avenue 0. Br; 

Phono 3033 



GALVESTON 




2627 «>e.L. 
409 21st. St 



Wm. Schneider S* Co. 



COTTO 



COTTON EXCHANGE BUILDING 



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GALVESTON, TEXAS 



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Fred Schwab k Sons 

lUSE r^OUEBS 



No. 808 33d Street 



HOUSES RAISED, fwlOVED 

BY RELIABLE WORKMEN AT SHORT NOTICE 

30 Years Experience 

Estimates Furnished on Work if Desired 

Between Avenues H and I Galveston, Texas 



PINILLOS 
LINE 



S. Soitcovich 6 Co. 



GLOBE 
LINE 



Regular Service 
to Barcelona 



STEAMSHIP AGENTS 



Regular Service to 
Bremen, Havre and 
Continental Ports 



GALVESTON, TEXAS 




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We are experts in our line, having eleven years experience. Write us 

S. E. Slaughter Co 

TVPE WRITERS 

Any and All AAakes 
SOLO, REPAIREO, REBUILT AINO REINTEO 

Galveston 



31S 21st St. 



Phone e>00 



G A L V E S ¥ 



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CABLE ADDRESS— HARSTEELE 



THE J. H. W. STEELE COMPANY 

Foreign Freight and Forwarding Agents 



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Galveston. Texas 
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H. G. CARBADE, Proprietor 

MANUFACTURERS 



Metal Fire Proof Windows, Tin Ciad Fire Doors 

and OiSy Waste Cans 



Examined and labeled under supervision of Underwriters' Laboratories 

( Under the direction of the National Board of Fire Underwriters i 



U1IIC* ana ractory ^% ■ . m^ 

2624-2626 Mechanic Street Caiveston, TexaS 

EVERVTHINQ ELECTRICAL 

W e riake a Specialty of Selling and 
Installing Small Generating Sets 

WE ALSO CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF FIXTURES AND ELECTRICAL NOVELTIES 

L, P, TSCHUMY £. CO 

ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS 
2117 POST OFFICE ST. (Avenue E) GALVESTON, TEXAS 

WM. VANDERPOOL & CO. 

LIVE STOCK 






Commission Merchants 

PHONE 209 

Office and Yards : S. W. Cor. 58th and Church 
GALVESTON, TEXAS 



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THE VOIGT riACHINE SHOP 



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Light and tleivy Forgiags 



Alachinists 

Macbioe Work and Qeoeral Repairs 



PHONE 1016 t5rass Hou riders ''we do it now 

Alomiouni aad Brass Casllogs 

OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING A SPECIALTY 

2609 Mechanic Street, « - - QAUVESTOIN 



WM. "WILEY, President 

FRED W. CHASE, Vice-President 



JOHN L. STERLING, Second Vice-President 
EMIL EGGERS, Secretary and Treasurer 



The Wiley & Nicholls Co. 

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Since that time a coiK-rtt.' s^m wall 17 
feel high and five miles in lentilh iias 
been built along the Gulf siile of the 
city. Back of this sea wall was de- 
posited almost 20,0U0,000 ciibir yards of 
sand filling raising the L.-i'aile of the 
city from the old level to that of the 
sea wall. 

Every house and structure of every 
kind in the filled o-rea was raisetl. A 
canal was dug through the city through 
which ocean going vessels passed ^\■ittl 
cargoes of this sand rillinir. Subse- 
Quently, thin canal was relilled. All the 
street paving was relayed, sidewalks re- 
built, curbs replaced, water mains and 
sewers renewed and vegetation re- 
planted. More than six >ear-s were con- 
sumed in this work the cost of wiiich 
was in exceas of $4.00i).000 to the muni- 
cipality and many millions more to the 
individuals. 

At this time Galveston is enjoying an 
unprecedented era of prosperity. Resi- 
dence houses are hard to get and busi- 
ness houses are practically unobtain- 
able. Many new rirms are coming in 
and vacant propert\- is being rapidly 
acquired for construction purposes. 

The principal lines of business in 
Galveston are cotton compresses, of 
which several are among the largest 
in the w^orld, grain elevators of enor- 
mous capacity: cotton .«eed cake mills 
and cotton seed cake sacking plants. 
rice mills. Hour mills, marine ways, ship 
yard, machine shops, cotton concenti-a- 
tion plants, cigar manufacturing, broom 
factories and tish and oyster plants. 

The surf bathing, tishiitg and hunting 
are exceptionally good ana attract many 
thousands of visitors every year to the 
city. 

The Rosenberg Library, the gift of 
the late Henry Rosenberg, represents an 
outlay of $2411.000 and has an endow- 
ment' of $600,000. It is a lending and 
reference librar\' of 50.000 volumes, and 
with its popular free lecture depart- 
ment, performs ver>' import.ant edu- 
cational- services to the citizens. There 
are large and completely eiiuipped 
hospitals. 

Exp., Am.. Ir.terurban and W. V. & Co. 
Tele., W. t^, Postal. Mackay. Mexican 
and Marconi. Wireless. Harry A Griffin, 
postmaster. 
Adair Lillian, messenger service 112 

Security bldg 
Adlof Richard K, lawyer 211 21.^t 
Adoue Louis A, Sweden vice-con.sul 

2102 Strand 
Adriance John, jr, insurance 212 22d 
Adriance John <i^ Sons (John, Henry T 

and Cornell D), real est 212 22d. 
AgeiiCy Phonograph Co. \Vm }Jowei-mas- 

ter mngr, 3107 PostofTice. 
Agin George Mrs, grocer S27 Winnie. 
Ahro John B", real est 201 Security bldg 
Alberts Jacol> T, real est; 2204 Mechanic 
Alcazar Tlieatre, A L V Ritzier propr, 

2420 Market 
Alexandre Peter, restr 2628 Postofiice. 
Algoa Townsite Co (Inc), Aaron Blum 
pres. Abe Blum vice-pres, B R Chees- 
borough sec and treas, lan^Is 305 Trust 
bldg. 
Allen. Isaac W, grocer 1401 29th. 
Allen T U & Co (capital .'JIOO.OOO), 
Thomas a Allen pres, J B Allen vice- 
I>res and treas, F A Allen secy, lum- 
ber 3d fl Security bldg 
Al,l.STOR« OlAXtrn. Pres TEle Coca- 
Cola Bottling Co. 211.S Strand (Ave B). 
Ally Corbin, ladies tailor 512 28th 
Alnieras John P, whol produce 2415 

Strand. 
AI..VBY JAME.S PERHIK, Pres South 
Texas State Bank, Sec and Genl Mngr 
Texas Guarantee & Trust Co, Sec and 
<;ent Mngr Texas Land & Loan Co. 
2207-9 Market (Aye I>) 
Al-VEV .1 CAnilOLL. .Vms* Cashier 
South Texas State Bank. 220.7-9 Mar- 
ket (Ave I>> 
Alvin & Houston Creamery Co, W II 
Pierce mngr, whol butter 2106 Strand. 
-\.merican Bank >t Trast Co (capital 
$.'•0,0(10), W L Moody .1r pre.<!, \V L 
Moody 3d vice-pres. C W CUiwson 
cashr, ne cor 21st and Market 



American IJistriet Telegrapn Co. t.;usta\ 

Schultz mngr. -101 Strand 
American Kxpress Co, L R Gwin agent, 

315 Tremont 
American Indemnity Co (capital $300.- 

000), Sealy Hutchings pres. C H 

Moore and L A Adoue vice-pres, George 

Sealy vice-pres and sec. H O Stein 

vice-pres and treas, ne cor 24th and 

Strand 
.\merican Motor Co (capital $2,000), John 

Christensen pres, John K.'ismussen 

vice-pres, Gaston Wie.gel sec and genl 

mngr, ntachini.sts 2305 Church 
.\.MKHICA\ \ATI()\.'VI, IN.StUA.XCE CO 

Capital S250.000). ^V L Moody Jr Pres. 

Sealv Hutchings Vice-I'res, L H Col- 
lier Sec. J A Davis Treas. Life. 

Health and Accident Insurance, cor 

Market and 21st 
American Tailoring Co (L. Silberman), 

2310 Market 
.American Tailors (Simon Gerbert), 50S 

Tremont 
.V.IIRHIC.V.V WAIIJ-.HOVSK CO (Capital 

$10,000), H K Lindsley (Wichita. Kas) 

Pres; J H Hill Vice-Pres: S I' Flem- 

ine: Sec-Treas; Broom Corn and (~>enl 

Warehouse 71i> Stlth. (See page 463.) 
.American Woolen Mills (L Silberman). 

tailors 420 Tremont 
.\Mt'M»;K\ <il S A .111. Pre.« Hex Steam 

Laundry Co dnci, l'JOl-1907 Mechanic 

(Ave C). 
VVrHon >IILLI.\<; CO (Capital Paid Up 

$25,000). H W Hildebrand Pres. B W 

Hildebrand Sec. B M Hildebrand 

Treas, Mnfrs of Cotton Seed Meal and 

Cake Pier 35. 
.\nderson Charles H. lawver 2303 Strand. 
.WHITRSON THO>f A.S J, Connilltlng Ka- 

.gineer and Naval Architect Fox Bldg. 

220 21st. (See page 463.) 
Anderson .t Smith (John O Anderson, 

(Charles F Smith), clothos clnrs 310 

J2d. 
.\ndrus Henr.v J, vet surgeon 1106 K. 
Andrus L A Mrs, hair dresser 701 Tre- 
mont. 
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Assn. Moritz 

Brock agt, 112 ISth. 
Antonio Stef.ano. grocer 519 27th. 
.\rcondi Lucas, chile parlor 620 Tremont. 
.\rlington Hotel. Mrs M A Hemingway 

propr, 422 20th. 
Armistead James -\. lawyer 407'',2 21st 
Armour & Co, E T .Slaton mngr, packing 

house prorluets 101 Tremont. 
Armstrong Wm T, lawyer 309 Tremont. 
Arnold Abbott L, real est 2220 Mechanic 
.Arnold Alphonse A, dentist 319 22d. 
-\rtz Charles F J, public stenogr Court 

House. 
Atlanta Hotel, Dennis Foley propr, 2427 

Church. 
Atlantic Fruit Distributors (Inc), A T 

Ijicala res mngr, whol fruits 1925 

Strand (Ave B). 
.Atlantic States Coal & Coke Co. Wesley 

Merritt agt, S24 Am Natl Ins bldg. 
Aubey Gust.av E, .acting French consul, 

2102 Strand. 
.Vustin Grafton T. ins 22041,4 Strand. 
Austin & Co (Valery E Austin), real est 

307 22d. 
Avenue Hotel. A W Rubbright propr, 320 

25th, 
Aves Frederick W, phys 902 Am Natl 

Ins bldg. 
Axelson d'harles O. blksmith 20th and 

Wharf. 
.\YBRS \V F <S CO (Walter F AjerJi). 

Manufacturers' Agents 312 City Natl 

Bank Bldg. 
Badev Carl H, meats 2023 K. 
I^adino Armando, grocer 1612 Strand, 
i^ahrenburg Louis 1' H. surgeon in 

charge U S Quarantine Station, 1927 

Postofiice. 
".aker Wesley E, confr 416 Tremont. 
'^aldinger Wm H, phys 2111V'2 Market, 
'ialdwin Thomas G, restr 3228 SVj. 
'?alez Charles, dairy cor T and n9th. 
'iallich -Nicholas L, restr 2208 and 2214 

.Market, 
^.'ind Max, t.ailor 621 Tremont. 
;anks Cage B, restr 2906 PostofTice. 
larnes Samuel W, British vice-cons'\il, 

2104 Strand. 
;.\rii'r.a Louis, grocer 4201 H. 
iashor Hotel, M H liashor propr, 1S12 

Tremont. 



i;ates GeoiKe. liil.\ s llJl'O 26tll. 

Bauknii^ht James M. poultr\ 2711 Mar- 
ket. 

Baulard V L & Co Victor L and Camille 
P Baulard), paints 215 Tremont. 

liaumann Chi'istian, tailor 418 21st. 

Baushell .\ ><• Co (August Bausheil), 
harness lS2t'. Market. 

Bautsch Amand F. tinner 1927 M'i. 

Baxter & Wilson (Robert Baxter. John 
and Stuart P Wilson), men's furngs 
2200 Market, 

Beach Boulevard Hotel, Mrs A M Sands 
propr. 2202-12 Ave Q. 

Beach Crystal Theatre, G K Jorgensen 
propr. 2121 Tremont. 

Readies W S & Co (Walter S Beadles), 
cotton factors 2205*,f; Strand. 

Boago Sophia Mrs, grocer 901 Mechanic. 

Beauregard Louise, restr 804 29tli. 

Beckett John S, clothes clnr 514 21st. 

IIKERS, KIOM.SOX * CO ( Wm V ncera, 
Alphonse Kenison. .lohn D Hodson), 
General Insurance 2010 Strand lAve 
B). 

Belhaze ,T L & Co (Joseph L and Joseph 
F, Helbazei, fish 907 21st. 

Bell John, clothes clnr 2305 PostofHce. 

Bellew & Murphy (Peter J Bellew, Wm 
Murphj'). real est 2120 Mechanic. 

Belluomini Corrado. .grocer 2728 A-ve Q. 

r.elluomini .7 Urbana. grocer 1601 .\. 

IIKI.O A H .«: CO (I.NCs Capital SCIOO.OOO), 
(• Lombard! (Dallas) Vice-Pres. G B 
Dealey (Dallas) Vice-Pres and Genl 
.Mngr, John F Lubben Sec and Treas, 
I'ubh'S The Galveston News and Semi- 
Weeklv Farm News 2108-14 Mech.anic 
(Ave C). 

Bendixen George, grocer 312S L. 

Bennison Sam (Mrs Meta Bennison), wa- 
ter dealer 2010 Mechanic. 

P.ergmann Robert J, blksmith 2009 35th. 

Bergstrom Henry O, sporting goods 315 
Tremont. 

Bernartoni Reale. grocer 2617 M,arket. 

Beltison Fishing Pier, Gustav Amundsen 

■ lessee. Pier 19. 

Bevii Cooper P, dentist 112 Citv Natl 
Bank bldg. 

P.iehl Carl C, Russia vice-consul, 7 Ma- 
rine bldg. 

Biehler Rudolph C, restr Denver Beach, 
ft of filst. 

Biggs Louis, clothes clnr 2427 Winnie. 

ijiron \'ictor J, messenger service 2012 '/^ 
Market. 

nl. Vt'K H-\KRy A. Pres Rluni Hnrdvf^arp 
I 'o (Inc), 2211-23 Strand. 

HL,.\C'K H (;. Sales Mncr llluai Hard- 
ware Co (Inc), 2211-23 Strand. 

Black James A, dentist and photogr 
22151^ Market. 

Blankfield Herman, clothing 2413 Mar- 
ket. 

Blasich M A Mrs, grocer 927 Postofiice. 

Bleich M Nathan, grocer 2801 Market. 

Bleimeyer Frank, tailor 220 Tremont. 

Block Jules, cigars 511 21st. 

ULOCK .1 & CO (Jiiie-H Itloek. Charles 
Blum), De.alers in Junk. Rags, .Scrap 
Iron, Metals, Paper Stock, Etc., 1911 
Strand (Ave B). 

lilock Matirice. junk 2709 ilecha.nic 

Blodgett Construction Co, John Springer 
mngr, contrs 20 Security bldg. 

Bludworth .lohn L, ship bldr opp Pier 23. 

Blum Ben & Co (Bennie Blum. Aaron P 
Lew), whol hardware 23(i9 Strnnd. 

Bl.i:>l H.\UI)W.A.Hfc: CO (IXC), Hurry A 
Black Pres. J J Settegast (Houston) 
Vice-Pres, J W Lockett (Houston) Sec, 
John Sealv Treas. John Keown Genl 
Mngr, H G Bl.ack Sales Mngr, Whole- 
sale Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Iron, 
Steel, Mill Supplies. Builders' Hard- 
ware, Agricultural Implements, Barb 
Wire, Stoves, Granite and Tinware, 
Etc., 2211-2223 Strand. (See backbone 
and pai7e 455.) 

Blum Leon & H Land Co (capital $1,100,- 
000), Aaron Blum pres. John Se.aly 
vice-pres, E S Cheesborou.gh sec and 
treas, 305 Trust bldg. 

Blum Notion Co (Joseph and Abe Blum), 
whol notions 2310 Strand. 

Blume Carl W, baker 3601 H. 

Bockman H & Co (Henry D Bockman), 
grocers 2018 Market. 

Boddeker James A, mnfrs' :igt .and coun- 
ty commissioner 2218 postollict. 

Boddeker J L & Co (Josejih L and John 
B Boddeker). real est 410 2i)th. 



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Bosi-is A Ji Cu (Au^elu Hu;;iis. iOMlaiiuel 
Aslanides). confrs 2713 Harkft 

Bohn Georse L. tinner 1803 Market. 

Bohn Nio & Son (Xlcholas and Nicholas 
Jr), blksmiths 214 17th 

BoUer Wm. cement contr S2S H 

Bollingrer Thomas E. procer 1915 Market 

Bolton's Transfer Co (capital $5,000). 
J H Bolton pres and treas. Joseph C 
Bolton vice-pres, \Vm T Bolton sec, 
2416 Postoflice. 

BOX MAUCHK THE (Ml»<r<>t * Ailuue 
and N M Allen), Dry Goods 2321-2327 
Mechanic (Ave C). 

Bonart Benjamin, drv sroods 251S Mar- 
ket. 

Bonart & Schornstein (Joseph Bonart. 
Samuel ychornstein), clothins 2405 
Sfarket. 

BOOXK JOHN n & CO (John 11 llooiie). 
Contractors and Builders and Manu- 
facturers' Asrents cor IXth and Ave A. 
(See pag^e 458.) 

Bord Rex MiUinerv Co (Inc). Rex E 
Bonl (Olene. Ore) pres, Florence 
Marks sec and mnsr, 2121 Postotfice. 

Bornefeld Robert, consul tJ S of Vene- 
zuela and cotton buver 211t) Strand. 

Bosworth K J & Co (Robert J Bos- 
worth), cotton exporters 13 Cotton 
Exch. 

Boulevard Beach Hotel, Mrs A M Sands 
propr. 2202-4 Ave Q. 

Bourquin Gustav A. tinner 2728 Broad- 
way. 

Boussion Etienne, meats 1301 Church. 

Bowden Mills C, bldp contr 1801 Me- 
chanic. 

Bowen Robert VV, g-rocer 1X28 L. 

BOWKHS SOITHKKN DKKT)<;I>G CO 
iCapital $750,000), R V Clark Pres and 
Mngrr, C L, Crandall Vice-Pres, G C 
AnpTier Sec. B K Crowell Treas, Dredge 
Builders and Operators 304-310 Se- 
curity Bldg. 

Boyd Worthy, public cotton weigher, 
210914 Mechanic. 

Bradstreet Co The, James Caldwell supt, 
203 Security bldg-. 

Brady Charles N, Interstate Commerce 
DemurraffO Commissioner 408 Security 
bldpT. 

Braikovich Christ, grocer 2902 Postoffice 

Braslau Rosa Mr.s, notions 2618 Market. 

Breakers Bath House Co (Inc), J E 
I'earce pres, Ben C Doherty sec, proprs 
"Breakers' Bath House Tremont at 
Beach. 

Breath Walker F, real est 411 Security 
bids;-. 

Breath Walter 1>, phys 222 City Xatl 
Hank bide. 

Breen .Martin, tinner 1711 Mechanic. 

Ereslin & I'ooU- (W A Breslin, Richard 
Poole), plumbers 180S L. 

Bricrsfs Clay S, dist judge Court Ho\ise. 

BrigKS Geore-e 1>, collector 213 22il. 

Bristol Wrn M. grocer 3702 L. 

Broad Charles H. auto livery 415 Tre- 
mont. 

BKOAOWAV I>iri«OVK.MKNT 4'0 (Cnill- 
tal 550,000), .Macr) Stewart Pres, \V C 
Morris Sec. Real Estate Security Hldg. 
(See page 457.1 

Brock Moritz. brewers' agt 112 ISth. 

Brounsteiii Paul, 2d hd clothing 2705 
Market. 

Brown Chas R & Co KJhailes It Brown, 
Thomas J Benson), ins 301 2lKt. 

Brown Frank B, express 2113 Postoflice. 

Brown Hill, wood yard 3004 M. 

Brown John H, clothes clnr 1823 Market. 

Brownie Amusement Co (capital .?500). 
Patrick .Mather pres. W S Kurroughs 
mngr, Tremont and Boulevard. 

Brunkenhnefci A; Hrunkenhoefer (Henry 
F and Erich), cigars SOS Tremont. 

BKISII i;|ji;(.'IRl<- (•<) (John Seul.v 1st 
Vice-Pres. K E .Mason Sec and Treas, 
Frederick .\1 Leee Jr <;enl Mngr, Light 
and Power 2424 .Market (,Ave D See 
page 463.) 

UHlMf Kl, I'M "I'll l( I.KiHT * I'UWKIl 
CO (Capital $250,iinii), H J Rung.' Prt-s, 
John C Walker Vi.e- Cres, K K .Mason 
.Sec and Treas, 2421 Market (Ave Di. 

Buchwald Pearl .Mrs. grocer 614 Tre- 
mont. 

Burchfield David A. dentist 101 Citv Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Burger Josetih, clotlihm 211-1 .Market. 

Burke Thomas F, ice dealer 3013 P. 



Burnett .'^aniuel M. drugs 3728 H. 

Burton Fred .M .t Co (Fred M Burton), 
marine ins 2116'i Strand. 

Bush & Witherspoon Co (Waco). J K 
McKay mngr, cotton exporters 2901 
Atechanic. 

Caballero Juan, grocer 604 42d. 

Cadillac Auto Sales Co (John Christen- 
sen, Johan Rasmussen), 710 Tremont. 

Cameron Allan K, mdse broker 2220 
Strand. 

Campbell John W, lawyer 213 22d. 

Campbell Lewis, clothes clnr 606 24th. 

(^annatelia .\ndrew, grocer 2828 K. 

Cannon .-Andrew, oysters Broadway, 2 ni 
w of cit.v limits. 

Cannon F Commission Co (capital $50.- 
000), W L Moody jr vlce-pres, Fred W 
Catterall sec anil treas, .Arthur HI .A 
Catterall i7in,gr, cotton factors 2204*i< 
Strand. 

Canty iJennis. blksmith 111 J3th. 

Caravageli .\ngeto, grocer 1928 Me- 
chanic, 

Caravageli Gus. confr 514 Tremont. 

Carbell Bros (.\ndrew and Robert), gro- 
cers 606 Tremont. 

Carbone Charles, restr 218 20th. 

Carr Georgia K, public stenogr 313 22d. 

Carr James S, grocer 2927 L. 

Carr John H, clothes clnr 311 25th. 

Carroll Wm Z, denti.U 307 Trust bldg. 

Carruthers Cornelia, dancing school 2003 
Winnie. 

Carter R S Automobile Co (Raymond S 
Carter), 2128 L. 

Carter Sidney J, grocer 1G28 Mechanic 

Carter Wm ti, dean of faculty nied dcpt 
I'niversity of Texas, Strand and 9th 

C.^arubbi Francisco, grocei' 2401 Church 
and 3602 K. 

Casaus Ernesto, consul of Cuba 14 Cot- 
ton Exch. 

Casino Theatre, G K Jorgersen propr, 
2111 ?i .Market. 

C^assara Giachino, grocer 1801 Market. 

Casses Peter, restr 624 Tremont. 

Cau .lovite, cotton expoi-ter 9 Marine 
bldg. 

Causeway Investment Co (Inc), A S 
Newson pres, (i G Levy \dce-pres. Fred 
C Pabst sec and treas, real est 2304 
Strand. 

Celli Dario. grocer 3027 I'. 

(.'elli Orlando, grocer 2S2S Church 

Celli Virg'inia .Mrs, grocer 262.S I*''-. 

CKI.I.I & I)i;i, l'.\l'.\ (Friink Celli, 
Omero Del f'apa). WhoUsab Dealers 
and Importers \Vines, Liijijors and 
Cigars 2401-3 Strand (Ave 1!). 

Central Warehouse. A Wisrodt propr, 
forwarders 2601 -Ave A. 

Chaftin & O'Hair (Wm ChalTin. J H 
O'Hair), drugs 1613 Tremont. 

Charleston Magnus M, piano tuner 131ii 
Strand. 

Charleston's (Alfred c and Leon W). 
tailors 2005 Posloftice. 

Chase Eli D, phys 2O20ii Market 

Chase Fred W. submarine diver 1827 
Strand, 

Chassaniol Guscav, tailor 507 21st. 

Cheek James It, real est 120 '"itv Natl 
Bank bldg. 

('hiacos & .Mitchell (James (Jhiacos, 
James Latsos. >rik" .Mit.hcU), clothes 
clnrs 2214 Market and 4ii3 21st, 

ClIll.lJIIK.S.S Ji;.SSI'; >, Kenl l:.Mtiite nn.l 
Insurance 2ii3 'I'reinont (23d). (See 
page 4 63.) 

Chimene l'"ernand, oils 1417 .\- 

Chissell Edward T, tailor 318 2<;tli. 

<'HllI.S'riO.\Si;.\ .lOHX & CO (John 
(.'hrlsteiisen, .lohan Rasmussen), Au- 
tomobiles. Automoidle .Supplies and 
Rep.airs and S()orting Goods 714-718 
Tremont (23d). 

Christian Nathaniel H, mdse broker 209 
22d. 

(■hristian Walter S, cotton broker 2010"-. 
Strand. 

Christie .lames, clothes clnr 1227 L 

('iiuoke Chris. gri>cer 3501 X- 

Cliuoke I. At .M (l.iizar and .Michael), gro- 
cers 4402 B'dwju. 

Chuoke Peter .M. t;rocer 3827 S\ 

Ciaccio Bros (\'incente and .Mike), gro- 
cers 2627 .M. 

Cinelli Assunta Mis. grocer 1128 .Mechanic 



Cir» .N V'llO.N VI, lIVMv (Lapitul f^'Xi.- 

000), W L .Moody .1 r I'res. F G P^M- 
bone Vice-Pres, .1 W Hi>ottep Vice-Pr--^ 
and Cashier. C \V Gar.\ , A T Schwarz- 
bach, Hoskins Foster .\sst Cashters, 
2219-21 Market (.Ave D). 

City Times The (weekly), T\' H Nob!- jr- 
publr. 306 20tli. 

Clucci Matthew, grocer 3502 Winnie 

(."larac Jlieuel, tailor 2408 .Market. 

Clarfield Morris, grocer 2627 Winnie 

Clark .Morris, shoes 2322 Market. 

Clark & Cohen (Louis .A Clark. Thvf;;a» 
C Cohen), meats 2727 Market. 

CI.ARK A HKWE.SSY PROIJVCE <l> 
(Isaac Newton Clark, V,n' .\ H-n- 
nessy), Whol Produce and Poultry .221'. 
Strand (.Ave R), (See page 464,)' 

CLAHKK CilARI.K.S * CO (Charl«>s 
Clarke), Contractors River jr, 1 Hari^.r 
Improvements and Transporters "ii 
Gulf Coast, 2U 22d. 

CL.AKKK Jl COIIITS (INC: Capital 
$200,000), George .M Courts Pres, Rob- 
ert W Shaw Sec, Mnfg Stationers an.l 
Lithographers. 2402-2416 Mech iuic 
(.Ave C). 

Cleary Daniel .M jr, dairv cor 61st oii.l 
Ave Q, 

Clough George G, lawyer 407 u 21st. 

Coate Bros ( F'red S Coate), cotton oi . - 
ers 2010n Straml, 

COCA-COI.A BO'ITMNG CO THE (Cap- 
ital $7,500), (diver .AUstorni Pres, ■> .V 
Cox Vice-Pres, 1. \V .Alexander Sec md 
Treas, General Bottlers, 2!H Sfar.,! 
(Ave B>, (See page 464.) 

Cohen Louis, mens furngs 2423 Mar-iet. 

Cohen Morris, fruits 401 25th 

Cohen Robert I ( Kobert 1, Robert I Jr 
and (Seorge ."-^ Cohen), clothing :i2T 
Market, 

Colby Frank II, real est 2120 Mechari. 

Collier Edward \', racket stores .o2.^ 
Market, 

Collier P F * Son, J S Barbazon mncr. 
305 Tremont. 

COLLINS IRV K., .Vuent Union Central 
Life Ins t.'o. 2:101 '. Str.ind (Ave B. 

Collins Thomas L. ice dlr 1S2S N ■-, 

("olombo Peter, r. str 2117 Tremont^ 

Colurci .\merico. woo.l dlr 815 Mech=;r.ie. 
grocer 902 .Meclianic. 

Compton's Plumbing Co (Eugen- It 
Compton), 2209 Mechanic. 

Conklin Wm T, mnfrs agt 2226'-'. Strand. 

Coiilon Wm V, .iiiler 2020 Meciuinic 

Constantlne It S|i;ir(e (Con Constar -.rie. 
Ciiris .«partf), lestr 415 Trerr.ont. 

t'oi.k Loyd o, resti 2026 PostorRie. 

Cooke Henry P. jihys 506 Trust bldt- 

Corbett Robert 1;. cotton classer 2:0t-:£ 
Strand. 

Coidi-ay ICdinuml .1. drugs 1327 Post. '^■■e. 

Coselli Rafaelo. gntcer 2727 P. 

Cosnian Thomas, turn repr 2723 M' 

Costa .Vntonio K, restr 312 22ntl. 

Cost,ibile Fran'-iscii. gi-ocer 1027 L 

COTT<)> CO>CI-;.\TRVTI«»\ < <) (Capital 
$50,000), George Sealy Pies. P. Wav-riv- 
Smitli Sec anil Treas. F J Fickr-seir 
.Supt, Pier 35. 

Covini Drnno, grocer 2627 K. 

Cox Eben S, plivs and countv h-'ltl: 
officer, 303 Citv .Vatl Bank bl.ig. 

Cozy Theatrv, Charles Trifon propr i'.lp 
-M.irket. 

Cr.indall Charles L, civil engr 304 Secur- 
ity bldg. 

Cianford NV'altcr i:. asst county ...tiv. 
Court House. 

Craven .Arthur, planing mill 1903 Striad. 

Creosote Pole Co (Inc), F L Lee pr-s, 
it J Calder vice-pres. C M Conway 
sec and treas, 2205 Strand. 

CUOS.S THO>lV.>^ I.. Milii ( hnuiller anil 
Wholesale (iiocer, .Vlso I'llot Comt.iis- 
sioner 2014 to 2018 Strand (Av- B. 
(.See page ItM.) 

CRO,>«s:»IA\ Wll IC. I.lvery and Sale »la- 
bles 2319 Postoflice (.Ave E). (See ;..t;.'e 
464.) 

Crowley & O'Dell (Miles Crow lev. H-c.rv 
O'Dell), lawyers 407 '.i 21st. 

Crumhorn C G Co (.August Wisrodt), 
grain and feed 2(H>6 Strand. 

Cr.\stal- Majestic Theatre, t! K J..rge:!s-n 
propr, 2120 I'ostotlice. 

Crystal Theatre, (i K Jorgens-n propr. 
405 Tremont. 

Crystal Vandev ill. Tbeatr- G K .lor.- r.- 
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Cu«»nod Guslavf C. rr.il ^'St 2-'l'l .Me- 
chanic. 

Oulwpll Al.xamUr H. lanyei- 2322 Strand 

Cumminijs (' U Kxport C". V A I.ansr- 
behn at^t, lunibtr »-xportiTs cor 34lh 
and Ave A. 

ClfM>ll.\<;S * SI'ltl i: (IVte <tinimius;s. 
Joseph J .Sprue), Sportint;' Goods and 
Automobile .\ccossorit's 2212 jlechanic 
(Ave C). (See page 405.) 

Cuney Joseph, lawyer 306 2Uth. 

Daferner L'harles, books and photo sup- 
plies 2111 ^tarket. 

Dalbosco Clemens V, !;rocer 262S Q»2. 

Damiani T_,ouis, j;i-oci-r 2002 M. 

Damiani Victor, grocer 3002 K. 

Daniels Dixie, dentist 2109 JIarket. 

Dantin Victor, clothes clnr 520 Treniont. 

Darney Tatrick V, auto livery 2307 Posc- 
ofiice. 

Darras Bros (Albert and George), hat- 
ters 520 Tremont. 

Darrouzet John L, lawyer 219 City Natl 
Bank bldff. 

D'Avalle Joseph, grocer 2701 P':;. 

Davidge Wm E. druggist 3627 Broadway. 

Davidson Lester .S, bottler 814 34tb. 

Davis Coal & Coke Co. S G Spencer 
mng-r. 220 21st. 

Davis Lorenzo D, phys 2513 V2 Jlarket. 

Davis & Lemons (L I> Davis, G W Lem- 
ons), druggists 417 25tli. 

DayhofC James E, photogr 2513''- Market. 

DEATS JAMES K, Cent rnctor Hiitl Build- 
er and Dealer in Wall Paper and 
Paints 2213 Postoffice (Ave E>. (See 
page 465.) 

De Barbieris August, blksmith 19th nr A. 

Debner & Olson (Theodore Debner, Al- 
fred Olson), grocers 2;j2S Marlcet. 

Decker Earl I, tailor 2027 Broadway. 

Defano Antonio, fruits 26 City Market. 

DefCerari Gustav. auto livery 415 Tre- 
mont. 

Defterari Louise Mrs, grocer 2902 H. 

Delany George E. phys 102 City Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Delfraisse Antonio V, electrician 2611 
Market. 

Del Papa Ponziano, grocer 2701 H. 

Delz & Hainline (Henry -A Delz, Jesse W 
Halnline), meats 612 Tremont. 

Demack <fe Co (Charles Demack), fruits 
407 20th. 

Depasquala Frank, grocer 3102 K. 

De Rango Auto Co (Louis Ije Rjmgo), 
garage 1913 Tremont. 

■Desjardins Leo, architect 427 Security 
bldg. 

Dcvotl Jill J. phys 2215'!. Market. 

Dewey Restaurant (George Pericles, 
Demetrios Caranagnostis), 211 20th. 

Dickey Albertus T, city engineer City 
Hall. 

Diercks Charles H, plumber 724 Me- 
chanic. 

Dietzel Marie P Mrs. phys 1212 34th. 

Dinter John, harness 419 2 4tli. 

Dipuccio Grabile, grocer 1201 H. 

Dircks Theodore G, grocer 162.S X. 

Direct Navigation Co. Wni L Nelson agt, 
barge line Tier 21. 

Direct Rett igeration Co. K C Worrall 
mngr, mnfrs' agts 2022y^ Strand. 

Dixie Theatre (Dominick Gambini, .A.t- 
tillio Martini). 2120 Market. 

Dobson George F. .fc Co (George U Dob- 
son), cotton 211 21st. 

Dolfi Emilio, grocer 801 Postoffice. 

Doin Raffaelo, grocer S02 Market. 

DoUerhide Reuben L, dentist 2215>,S 

Dolson's (Inc; capital 520,000), Adolph 
D Dalson pros, Con Uolson vice-pres 
Annie Dolson treas, furn 302 Tremont 

Domingo Charles \V. drugs 513 13th. 

Dominick Wilson, clothes clnr 3201 K. 

Doreck FranK H, grocer 2S2S M'-j. 

Dorfman Julius, carpet clnr 2317 H. 

Dorsey Charles H. ins 22041,4 Strand. 

Dorsey Kelley, clothes clnr .''.03 25th. 

Dougherty George T, cigars 61 >i 21st. 

Douglas Marlon, acct 214 Security bldg 

Douroux Lucien, meats 240.S M. 

Douthit Clifford H, cigars 420 21st. 

Downs Llovd S, phvs 201 City Natl Bank 
bldg. 

Draughon's Practical liusiness Colleg^e. 
P E Cooper mngr, 222ri'/j Postoffice. 

Dreucci Giovanni, grocer iri02 K. 

Drew Wm M, meats 2525 H. 

Drewa Edwaril F, ermeiit contr 2703 O. 



OieyfuK & .\rnold (it J and F S Dreyfus. 

Gus I Arnold), real est 2124 Mechanic. 
Dronilhet Paul X. lawyer 503 Trust 

bUlff. 
Druss Josepii, clothing 2631 Market. 
Dubaldo Gaetano, restr 1925 Mechanic, 
Dudgeon Howard R, phys 225 City Natl 

P.ank bldg. 
Dues Henry G, outter and eggs 10 City 

Market. 
Dugan Michael \V, dry goods 4327 H. 
Dulitz E (Estate of), James W Hurst 

executor, house furngs 2119 Churcli. 
ni!\ II <; * fO, "riie Mercantile 

Agency," Fred I'olglass Mngr, 1 and 3 

Reymershoffer Bldg. (See bottom 

edge and left top lines.) 
Durham John R, restr 2316 Market. 
Durso Frank, tailor 2Sn6 11. 
Dushman Valentine, restr 305 20th. 
Dver Alexander A, dentist 310 City Natl 

Bank bldg. 
Dyer Joseph O, phys 2412 Church. 
East Texas Brown Ore Development Co 

(Inc), L P Featherstone pres. Fox 

Winnie Treas, 207 Tremont. 
Eccles .Alexander & Co, G R Hughes 

mngr. cotton 20 Marine bldg. 
EDWARDS C MORTO.V, Pres >ntlonnI 

Teletype Co (Inc), 315-16 City Natl 

Bank Bldg. 
Edwards John F, mnfg jeweler 2122 

Postoffice. 
KIJWARnS I>KK II, Vlee-1'ro.i and GenI 

IMngr National Teletype Co (Inc). 315- 

16 City Natl T3ank Bldg. 
Egert John, geiil contr and house mover 

2319 37th, 
Eimar & La France (Henry L Elmar. 

Jai\ies M La France), paints 2110 

Church. 
Elder-Dempster Line Agency. D and G 

Warriner mngrs, 2204 ij Strand. 
EI./.EY G\MN.\SIUM A.VD TURKISH 

IIATHS, Wm B Elzey Propr, 2109'/, Jle- 

chanic (Ave C). 
Empire Express Co, W J Chapni<an agt. 

SOS 22d. 
Empire Loan Co, J H Ragan mngr, 411 

24th. 
English Crockery Co (Inc), T .V JlcVicar 

pres. Lawrence Tiblier sec and treas. 

2319 Mechanic. 
Ephralm Ephraim K, pawnbroker 2419 

Market. 
Erhard F \V & Co (F W Erhard), print- 
ers 217 23d. 
Elder-Denysster Line -Agency, I) and c; 
Frickson L T & Co (Lawrence T Erick- 

son. James A Hawkins, Harry .M 

F.ancher), real est 2202 Mechanic. 
Ernul James .A, clothes clnr 191S 29th. 
European Mnfrs' Agency (Inc), Gustav 

Feist sec and treas, mnfrs' agts 2407':; 

Strand. 
Faden L & .Son (Louis and Moritz). 

clothing 2411 Market. 
Pagan John 1*. cigar mnfr 1627 Winnie, 
Fahey David, real est 305 23d. 
Falkenhagen August H, wood 3ir.i 

Broadway. 
Falligant Andrew C, cement contr 2302 

Strand. 
Falsee Otto F, grocer 3301 M. 
Falstaff Mnfg & Mercantile Co, L G Neu- 

berger mngr, brewers' agts 103 27tli. 
Famous Hat Store (L Silberman), 426 

Tremont. 
Fanucchi John, grocer 3501 H 
Fargotstein Samuel, jeweler 2526 Mar- 
ket. 
Farley Wm T, clothing 2012 Market. 
Fedder .Mbert, tinner 2411 Mechanic. 
F'eisiel firos (Carl and David J), meats 

132.S Strand. 
Feistol Wm 1;. meats 001 Market. 
FEI.I.M.W im\ tiOOUS 4.0 TltiC (C'n|ll- 

tal 5150,000; Surplus 51oO.(miO), Louis 

11 Fellman Pres, Otto Letzericli Vice- 

I'res, H 1; Meyer Sec and Ti eas. De- 
partment Store ws 22d from Market 

(Ave 1>) to I'ostotfico (.Vve !■;), 
Fernandez Gonzalo I>e A, Mexican con- 
sul. 104 City Natl Bank bldg. 
Fernandez Minnie Mrs, gunsmith 412 

20lh. 
Ferrucci .Silvio, grocer 1702 M 
l'"i;sri': 1;. Relnfoned < i>n<rete \ eiieer 

( 'c>ntr:i('tor 2222 .Vve 11. iSee page 4>!5.) 
FIDIOI.ri'* A\l» KI-.fOMT r<> OK 

1I.\IIVLAM). E W (!off .\:aX. 1724 35th. 

llii gel & liy.-in Agts, 21J4 .M(<-lianie, 

Grafton .\ustii\ .\gt. Moody I;lilg 



Finnigan John Co. (iiio J Jordan agt, 
hides, etc. 106 I'.ith. 

First .N'ational Bank icainfal $300,000), 
R Waverley Smith pre.s. Charles Fow- 
ler ami W N Stowe vice-pres, Fred W 
(Jatterall cashr, 2127 .strand. 

First Texas State Insurance Co Tcipi- 
tal $5i).0uo), I H Kempner pres, B J 
Cunningham and II Sheitield jr vice- 
pres, T E Flick sec and treas, life 
insurance 319 '/^ 22d. 

Fisher Frederick K, phys 3"'.i Trust bldg 

Fisher Lewis, lawyer, also ma%'nr of 
Galveston, 509 Trust Mdg. 

Fisher O E Building Co iL'tto E B'isher). 
contrs 2124 Mechanic, 

Fisher & Fisher (Wni C and Wm C jr), 
physicians 224 City Natl Bank bldg. 

Fitz Oil Co (Inc), JI L Fitzsimmons pie,-:. 
211 22d. 

Fitzsimon Patrick J. grocer 92S Mark.t 

Flatto's Shoe Co (capital .512,000), I H 
Flatto pres, Ike H Lovenberg vice- 
pres, J A Levine sec and treas. 2213 
Market. 

Fleischmann Co The. L A .Miles agt, 
yeast mnfrs 2026 Mechanic. 

Flint E S & Co (Oswald S Flint), cot- 
ton exporters 2113'^ Strand, 

Flood E O & Co (Edwin O and George 
D Flood), coal 2113 Mechanic. 

Fly Ashlev W, phys 321'.. Tnmont, 

Flynn James G, phys 3ii2 City .VatI Bank 
bldg. 

Focke .lohn W. whol grocer and Norway 
consul 114 22d. 

Focke, Wilkens * L.ange (Henry Wilk- 
ens. Mrs .\ L ami .Alvin T Lange), 
whol grocers 24th and -\. 

F''ogler Solomon, poultrs" 2n City Market. 

Fordtran John S, whol g'rain 23 Marine 
bldg. 

Forman Bros (.•\aron and Jlorris), gro- 
cer.s 2S01 I. 

Foster Hoskl.is. real est 2206 Mechanic. 

Four Seasons Hotel. Marco Yurcovich 
propr, 2219 I^ostollice, 

FOWLER & MeVlTIE (I'harleH FoMifr. 
Wm ..X. McVi'.ie, James A Crocker). 
.Steamship Agents and Brokers. Whob,- 
sale ("^oal Merchants 6-12 Cotton Ex- 
change Bldg. (See page 465.) 

Fox George & Sons (George, Walter ,1. 
Samuel J and Christopher), bakers 
1908 Market. 

Fox L F & CJo (Louis F Fox), real ist 
221 22.1, 

Fox Philip, pawnbroker 2313 Market. 

Fragio .loseph, fruits 2715 Market. 

Franeeschi Clementina ^Irs, grocer 20111 
O's. 

Francovich .Antonia .Mrs. grocer 112S K, 

Franke ('harles. meat.-^ 6 City .Market. 

Franke Fi-ederick W. meats 1127 1.,, 

Franke Henrv, meats 1713 37th and 19'm: 
31st. 

Franklin Robert M, lawyer 2301'.;. Strand. 

FltASKR IIRICK <'0 (nallnNl. niHitliiv 
Room. J .\ Boddeker .\gent. 2218 Post- 
office. (See left side lines anrl pi-.ge 
260.) 

Frea Peter, restr 314 20tli. 

Fredei-icks Wm * t. tinner 23i'0 A. 

Frenkel Ailolpli, life ins 21e Trust bhlg 

FnKi:.M> FR.V.Mv I Freilud <^ llliny). 
Teaming Contractor and Dealer in 
Shell, Sand and Gravel 211 Tremont 
(23d). 

KREI;M> >(: at -^Y (Frank Freoud. .V i: 
Quay), Concrete, Paving .'ind ,se•,^•er 
Contractors 211 Tremont I23d). 

P'riedman I), l.adies tailor 2117 Market. 

Friedman &: Kosen iCharb-s Friedman, 
David Resell), bakers 3601 H. 

Fritter Wm N, furniture 2425 Market. 

Froe.schl George, meats 3302 -Ave H. 

Fruit IDispatch Co, Louis J Demart st 
siipt, fruit importers Pier 19. 

Fr.% Jess, freight broker lii5 21st. 

Fuller Aubrey, lawyer 2023 '-i Market. 

Funk Charles, pile driver contr 2iiU; 
U'iniiic. 

Furst-Clark Construction Co (caiiit,il 
J2lin.00ii). Frank Furst pres, K 1' 
Clark vice-pres, C L Crandall s.c. 
Edwin Warlield treas. dreilging contrs 
3iM Security lililg, 

Furiiva K. .lapanese goods 2019 Market. 

G.ilveston .\uto Co, H .\ English nincr, 
auto liverv 2212 Market. 

Galveston liagging Mills. Ricardo Eche- 
varria siipt. 3S02 Winnie, 




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(ialv'cston Boarti of Umlei-writers, I 
I.oventiers pre.s, i; T Austin vice-pres. 
K K Rice sec-lrt-as. A fr Youcns in- 
spector. 2202 '-J Meolianic. 

OALVKSTON nRKWIXfi «-0 (Capital 
$,=100,000). Henry Wilkens Tres, L A 
Adoue and Wm J Alth.ans Vice-Pres. 
Isaac A .Stein Sec-Treas ,ind Oenl 
Jtnffr, Brewers and Ice Mnfrs 33d from 
Churcli (Ave F) to Postoflice (.A.ve E) 

Galveston Builders' Exchange. J W 
Zempter pies. Fred Hartel vice-pres 
J A Boddeker sec. R .\ Lvoiis jr treas. 
2218 Postortice. 

Galveston Fiuilding- Assn (Inc). Robert 
Palliser pres, H P Schroeder sec, 
23U4 .Strand. 

Galveston I-luildincc & Loan Co. Frank 
■Tones pres. Robert Zapp sec and treas. 
Maco Stewart aitv. 209 Tremont. 

OAI.VKSTOX CITV CO. Maco Stewart 
Cre.s. W c Morris Sec. Owners of 
r;aIveston Townsite. Security Bldp. 
(See paffe 457.) 

Galveston City Water Works. W E Rabe 
supt. cor 30th and H. 

Galveston Coffee iSc Spice Mills (Francis 
J Wilson). 3315 H. 

t;Al,VKSTO.\ COM.MKHCIAL .'tSSN, Mot 
ris Stern Pres. K R Clieesborouffh and 
Geort^e Sealy Vice-Pres. I-f H Hain 
Traffic Mngr and Acting- Sec. F W 
Catterall Ti'eas. 2125 ^^ Mechanic (Ave 
C). 

GACVK.STOX rOTTOX <0.>I1»UKSS <S 
\VAHKHOl"*iK fO (Capital $150,000; 
Surplus $2.')0.000). W L Moorly Pres. 
AV Ij Moodv .Ir Vice-Pres and Treas. H 
K Harden Sec. J E Mitchell Supt, Of- 
fice 4Sth and Ave H. 

Galveston Cotton Kxchansre and Board 
of Trade, Harr.\' Hickman sec. cor Me- 
chanic anrl 21st. 

Galveston County Abstract Co. R G John- 
son mnKr, 20ri Am X<-\tl Ins bldp. 

<iAI>Vl:STO.\ «RF-<).SOTI\<i CO (faplta 
$25,000). F -A. I.ansbehn Pres. Treas 
and Genl Mntr. J PI Lan^rbflin Vice 
I*res. C R CumminEcs (Houston). Se< 
Creosoting- and Exporting 34th .and 
Ave A. 

Galveston Daily Herald. T A Blair propv 
210 21st. 

Galveston Development Co (Inc). R 
Waverley Smith pres. W C Morris set 
Joseph l.obit treas. 207 Security l)ldt,'. 

GAl..Vi:,STO.V DIIV coons CO (raiilt 
$150,000). Robert W.-is Pres. Louis 
Block Vice-I^res, S W Block Sec and 
Treas, Wholes.ale Drv Goods and Fur 
nishing-s 2314 Strand (Ave B). 

Galveston Electric Co (capital $1,500, 
000). L C Bradley vice-pres and mngr. 
H B Sewall genl supt, Ira Berry jr 
asst treas. street railway ne cor 21st 
and I. 

GAI.VESTO.V KI.KCTRIC I'.A.I«K <S 

AML'SKMi:.VT CO (Capital S30.000) 
John H Pe.trce Pres. 1 A Stein Vice 
Pres, .Sol Brombeiu .S^-c. (J'harles Fren- 
kel Treas and Mngr. Tremont and 
Beach. 

Galveston Floral Co (Mrs Nora Updike) 
521 Tremont. 

Galveston Forwarding Co The, Milton T 
V/ebb mngr. freight forwarders 317 
Security l)ldg. 

GAI.VKSTOV <; AS CO (Capital »7.')O.()O0 ) , 
John .Scaly Pres. R Waverle.v .Smith 
Vice-Pres. Cliarles S Fr'-nch See an<J 
Treas. Frederick M I^ege Jr (Jenl .Mngr. 
2421" Market (.Ave D). 



Jalvcston Gravel Cu (Inc; capital $lil.- 
000). Sam Fridner pres an<l treas. .\ .\ 
Goodwin vice-pres. D S l-^ridner (Texas 
(Mty) sec. 2120 Mechanic. 

(;.\l..\-ESTO.\ IIAKUWAIII', CO. Paul 
I..obit Pn-s and JIngr, Wliolesale Gen- 
eral Hardware. Farm Implements. 
(Cutlery. House Furnishings and .Sport- 
ing Goods 2222 to 2228 Strand (.Ave B). 
(See page 45S.) 

Galveston. Harrisburg & San Antonio 
Ry. city ticket office 2024 Market, de- 
pot cor 25th antl Strand. 

(;.\I,VKSTOX HOTKI. CO (I.VC), I H 
Keinpner I*res. R W Smith aiul E O 
Flood Vice-Pres. J H Langbehn Sec. 
John Sealv Treas, David L.-iuber ilngr. 
Proprs Hotel Galvez li(02-iai4 21st. 
(See page 4 GO.) 

GAI,VKSTO>-H O U S T O X C' F, M E .\ T 
M>F(i CO), John B Boone. J S P.urton. H 
M Burton). J B Boone Mngr. Mnfrs Ce- 
ment Brick. Sidewalks and Prorlucts 
cor 18th and Ave A. (See page 45^.) 

Galveston. Houston & Henderson R R. J 
H Hill vice-pres and genl in!igr. W F 
McClure genl frt and pass .agt. J E 
O'Neill auditor and sec. 212SI2 Strand. 

GAl.VKSTON ICE & COLII STOR.4GE 
CO (Capital $330,000), John Sealy and 
J H Langbehn Vice-I^res. Gustav H 
Sapper Sec. Treas and Genl Mngr, Cold 
Storage and Ice Mnfrs .\vo A from 
20th to 21st. 

GAI.VESTO.V IRO.V WORKS. I< F Cleary 
Propr, Machinists 213-1,1 2r)th. 

Galveston Journal (German weekly), 
Carl Ungar puhlr. 407',-<; 21st. 

Galveston L.abor Dispatch. J W Young 
editor. 218 23d. 

GAI.VESTO\ MKRC.\XTH,E CO. E C 
Chesnutt and <» H Haardt I'ropcs. 
Manufacturers' Agents and Storage 
Warehouse 1609-11 Ave A. 

Galveston Merchants' .\ssn, H B -Meyer 
pres. H -A Eiband vice-pres. Sam 
Zander treas. Alfred Ziegelmeyer sec. 
credit ratings 2l'Z5V2 Mechanic. 

Galveston Mignon Bottling Works 
(Bmilio Rossi, Basilio Donati). 1516 M. 

Galveston .Model Dairy (capital $5,000). 
B G Tartt pres. treas and genl mngr. 
D B Gilder vice-pres, W P Gilder sec. 
706 Tremont. 

GALVESTO.V MOTOR CAR CO (Capital 
$10,000). Frederick M Lege Jr Pres. K 
G Lege Vice-Pres. K E Mason Sec and 
Treas. .Automobiles and Service 2217- 
19 Church (Ave F). 

GAI.VESTOX NEAVS THE. A M Relo & 
Co Publishers, J F J_,uliben Mngr, 
George McQuaid Editor. 2108-14 Me- 
chanic (.Ave C). 

Galveston Optical Co (capital $5,000). G 
H Aronsfeld mngr. 2224 Postoffice. 

Galveston Piano Co (Oscar Springer). 
2121 Strand. 

GALVESTOX rSIODUCE CO, R I» Arua 
dell l'*ropr. Commission Merchants 
2106 Strand (Ave B). 

Galveston Saddle & Harness Co (F W 
Lott, A G Caso), 610 Tremont. 

Galveston Shoe & Hat Co (capital $150,- 
OOO). I H Kempner pres. <;harles Fow- 
ler vice-r»res. Charles Frenkel sec- 
treas, 2402 Strand. 

GAliVESTOX STEVEDORE -CO (Capita 
$10,000). Capt Edwin Goudge Mngr 
Stevedores and Contractors South Pier 
36. (See page 466.) 

Galveston Suburban Improvement Co 
(capital $25,000), John N Stowe pres. 
W C Ogilvy vice-pres, J N Childress 
sec and treas. 203 Tremont. 

GAI.VBSTOX THIUIXE, (;alvrNtoa Trib- 
une (Inc) Publrs. C H Mc.Mastei- Chi.-f 
Editor. -A L Perkins News KdiLor. T E 
Ciaffney Business Mngr. 422--124 22d. 

GALVES'l'OX TIIIIUXE (IXC: Capital 
$20,000). C H McMaster I'res. It Wav- 
erley Smith Vlre-1'res. T E Gaffney 
Sec. Tre.as and iSusiness Mngr, Pui)lrs 
Galveston Triljune 422-424 22d cor 
Postoflice (.\ve E). 

Galveston Trust ^: .Safe Deposit Co (cap- 
ital $100. ). W P. Wallis pres. M W 

Shaw vice-pres. Henry Schroeder sec, 
311 22d. 



Galveston M'est End i"o (caoit.al $500.- 
000), Charles Thurlow pres. Henry M 
Truehart vice-pres. C D .Ailriance sec. 
R Waverley Smith trea.s, land im- 
provement 212 22(1. 

G.\I.VESTOX \VK-\ltK CO (Capital »2.- 
626,600), John Sealy Pres. J P .Alvey 
Vice-Pres. J J Davis Sec and Treas. 
Terminal Carriers and Wharfingers 
2324 Strand (.Ave B). 

Galveston .^i Houston Electric Rv Co. J 
J Le Fcbure agt. 51.". 2l9t. 

Galveston & Western Ry Co (Inc). 'Wal- 
ter Gresham pres. \\'m Selkirk sec, 5 
Cotton Exch.ange. 

Galvez Cigar Co. E A^' Dellinger mngr. 
Galvez Hotel. 

Calvez Garage. Inter-State Sales Co 
proprs), Tremont (23d) and I"-.. 

(i.VLVEZ HOTEL. (Galveston Hotel Co 
Proprs. David Lauber Mngr. 1502-1^14 
21st. (See page 460.) 

(5alvez W'heel Chair Co (C P ilacgill, F 
A Allen). Galvez Hotel. 

Gammon Wm, phys 301 City Nat! Bank 
bidg. 

Ganter B vt Son (Bernard and Herbert 
J), jewelers 202.^ M.irket. 

Ganto Maria Mrs. chile parlor 271S Mar- 
ket. 

Garbade. Eiband & Co (Henry Garbade. 
Henry .V Eiband). dept store 2201 
Postoflice. 

GAItn.VDE HEXR'»" G. I'rnpr Tcxa* 
Sheet Metal Works 2624-26 Mechanic 
(Ave C). (See page -(72.) 

Garbelich Charles, clothes clnr 309 20th. 

Garner & Nettleton (Niles F Garner. 
Horace P Nettleton), cui'ios 2426 Me- 
chanic. 

Garrison Florence M Mrs, milliner 2123 
Postoflice. 

Gassner ,<: t'o. G J Nickson mngr. cotton 
buyers 2022 V, Strand. 

Gates Fred, restr 503 27th. 

Gear Harry C, tailor 31!> Tremont 

Gee Lee. Chinese goods 516 Tremont. 

Geliei- Joseph, furniture 2712 l-.tarket. 

(5engler Peter Co (papital 535.0i>Oi. 
Joseph L Gengier pres. J P Alvej' vice- 
pres. George 1) Morgan sec and treas. 
grocers l6()5 Market. 

George Ke.\s. laundry 2319 Church 

George Nick, clothes clnr 2218M; Market. 

Gerdine Lucie H. public stenogr 2218 ^.^ 
Market. 

Gernand Alfred T. plumber 1410 L. 

("Ihiselli Asperio, grocer 1802 L 

(iiannoni Fr-ink, grf>cer 2927 .M 

Gibson .Lames H, express 2210 Postoffice. 

(a(iljI()I.I K ¥• & CO (Freilrrirk h Giz- 
lioli). Merchandise I-^xporters and im- 
porters 9 Cotton Exchange Bldg. (.See 
p.age 466.) 

Gill Charles W, real est 406Vi 21st. 

Oiusti Angelo, grocer 2101 0^^. 

Giusti Jacob, grocer 902 I. 

Giusti John, wood 3927 Winnie, grocer 
4002 Broadway. 

("iiusti Lorenzo, baker 2228 Winnie. 

Giusti Saulle. grocer 2802 I. 

GI..\SSCOCK OFFICE SIl'PI.V CO THi; 
(Capital $15,000), Gerald .A Glasscock 
Pres. .Arthur Grig.g Sec. John Sealy 
Treas. OfTice Appliances. Printers and 
Stationers 205 Tremont (23d). (See 
page 466.) 

Glaviana Patrick, grocer 2928 -Ave H. 

Gloor Fred T. tax collector Court House. 

Godwin D Stuart, cotton broker 2022'2 
Strand. 

Godwin Vida. dancing tchr l.')20 31st. 

Goerlich Emil, clothing 2115 Postoffloe. 

Goetze Otto, uphol 2008 Postoflice. 

(Joggan Thomas & Bros (Inc). Mrs John 
(Joggan pres, Thomas .s Goggan vice- 
pres and sec. Wm -A Hogan vice-pres 
•and treas. pianos 2128 Market. 

Goldstein Jose'iih. shoes 2.'!15 Market. 

(Jolin Charles F. auto livery 2112 Mar- 
ket. 

(Jonz.ales Julian C. sporting goods 2122 
.Market. 

Gottlob John, haker 2"j17 M.arket. 

(;OI n<;E EI>\\1\. Ilarliie Surve>ur an.l 
.Vpijraiser .Soiitli Pier 36. (See |iage 
466.) 

Grahn .Arthur H. plumber 1924 O'-i. 

Grand Gulf Hotel, Julius Weinb<-rg.-r 
propr. 2312 Q. 

Granil Opera House. C 10 SasM>'en mngr. 
2020 .Vve K. 



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Grant John C, marine and mechanical 
engr Cotton Exch bldp:. 

Grant John F, lumber 404 City Natl Bank 
bldg:. 

Grasse & Napoli (Joseph Grasse, B Na- 
poll), fruits 4 City Market. 

Graugrnard Henry, baker 1217 L. 

Graves Marvin L, phys 210 City Natl 
Bank bldg. 

GRAY'S' BIV«IXEKUI,V(; AVORKS (Capi- 
tal $7,000), Harry Grav Pres. Edward 
H Mitchell Vice-I'res. John B Mitohpll 
Sec and Treas, Bra.^s Founder.s and 
Machinists 2008-12 Mechanic (Ave C). 

Gray's Garagre, Gray's Engineerins 
Works proprs, 20ns urerhanic (Ave C). 

Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co, R L. 
Pilson mngr, 2001 Market. 

Green Lewis S, architect 1109 American 
Natl bids:. 

Green & Moore (Alonzo '5 Green. Fields 
M Moore), ice cream ninfrs 2528 L. 

Gregg John G, lawver 2322 Strand. 

Gregory John S, lawyer 407^4 21st. 

Gregory Transfer Co (capital J4,0OO), 
J M Gibbons pros. T F Mea v:c9-pres. 
C G Gregory sec and treas, 513 Tre- 
mont. 

GKEISHAM WAI-TEIl, Lawyer S-f! Cottnn 
Exchan>je Eldg^. 

Griffin H.arry A. postma.ster Federal bMi; 

Griffin Wiiifield S, real e?t 2222 Mechanic. 

Grlgsby Eli A, tailor 2711 Market. 

Grlsaffl Michele, grocer .•!S28 H. 

Grothgar Freclerif li, trrocer 2401 I>. 

Guelfi Guelfo, .^rrncer :.'027 X. 

Guiliani Lawrenc^;, Krocer 2227 P. 

Gulteras Gregorli >r. surK'eon in charEre 
U S Public Heaith Service. 20C Cit.v 
Natl Bank bldn. 

Gulf City Cotton Press & Mnfs Co. Fred 
A Hackbartli mngr, cotton compress 
3102 H. 

Gulf Coast Fruit 4; Steam3hii> Co (capi- 
tal $2,'), 000), R T Durge pre:*, E C 
Hedges vice-pres, W ?1 t-jt:ir,2res sec, 
W L Pierce treas, 9th fl Am Kail Ins 
bldg. 

Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Ry, genl u'- 
flees and depot cor 25th and Strand. 

GlTtF FISHERIRS CO (I.\C: Capital 
1700,000), J W Muiin Pre.s, W L Moody 
jr Vlce-Pres and Treas, Fish, Ice and 
Cold Storage Pie.- 22, 

Gulf Pipe Line Co, W A Guyton agt. 311 
Security bldg. 

Gulf Refining Co, C A Keenan agt. 32d 
and Mechanic. 

Gulf Terrace Hotel, Mrs A E Dixson 
propr. 2528 Ave R. 

Gulf View Hotel, Mrs A M Sands propr, 
2301 Ave Q. 

Gulf & Interstate Ry of Texas, genl of- 
fices cor 25th and Strand. 

GUYTOX * MOOUK I \V A Gliyton. C II 
Moore), Fuel Oil Jlcrchants 311 Se- 
curity Rldg. 

Habluetzel John, meats 3417 H. 

Haden Henry C, phys 203 Trust bldg. 

Haden John B, phys 213 City Natl Bank 
bldg. 

Haden Wm D, genl contr 221 Security 
bldg. 

Hagemann Commission Co (capital ?5.- 
000), M Rosenberg pres, John Hat,e- 
mann sec and treas, produce 2115 

. Strand. 

HAINES HAHVEV II, Trame "Vlnur nud 
Acting Sec Galve.ston Coinnicrcinl 
Assn and Consul lor Honduras. 2125Vi 
Mechanic (Ave C). 

Hall Thomas E, und<rtaker 2722 Market. 

Hall & Johnson (Arthur B H^ill. .August 
Johnson), blksmitlis IHiis Straud. 

Hamilton Ne.U. dentist 406 '4 21st. 

Hammersmith Bros ( Wni F and John P), 
shoes 2207 Market. 

Hampton Alfred, ins]>r in cliarii-o U S 
Immigration Station. Federal bldg. 

Hanna John, real e;-it 2222 Meclianic. 

Hansen Martha A Mrs, florist T(i? 23d 

HANSON'S SO,\S (I'cfer E nn<l CharK-i* IC 
Hanson), Stevedores and H;iiil!iit? Coi.- 
tractors 1515 Strand. (S^^e pa ^'e 45U.) 

HANSON' SONS (INC:.CaiiltaI !<<IO.(ltHI). 

P E Hanson Pres, VV A Cuyton Vice- 

Pres, M L Frost Sec and Treas, Slull. 

I Sand and Gravel, Also Contractors 

1615 Strand. (See pace 459 ) 

Harbor Hotel, Mrs Kat>' Stern propr. 
2402 Ave Q. 



H.VKIIOR VIEW IIATIII\<. CO. I' V 

Romano Pres, A V liomano Sec, Joseph 
N Romano Treas, east Ave I and the 
Beach. (See page 470.) 

Harden Paul, grocer 3227 Winnie. 

HARGRAVE .>l I*. SeeiUmHii '.'UIKI Strniiii 
(Ave B), (See page 467.1 

Harris Albert W. dairy 4UH Q. 

Harris pjdgar E, cigars fi22 Treniont. 

Harris Jolin W, capitalist 23113 Strand. 

Harris La%vrence R. phvsician 32(i City 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Harris & Harris (Edward F and John 
Charles), lawvers 504 Trust IiMk. 

Harris & .McKay (Edgar' 10 Harris, Reed 
McKa\'), dairv luneii 720 Treniont. 

Harriss Robert M & Co (Robert M Har- 
riss, Reid &: McCullougii). cotton ex 
porters 2205 1^ Strand. 

Hartel Fred, tinner and roofer 2321 
Church, 

Harter C H & Co (Charles H Harter) 
mnfg chemists 2311 A. 

Harvey Fred (Kansas City, ilo). restr 
and news dealer Union Hepot. 

Hasselineier Fred ^l, meats ,'ilii4 N. 

Hassalmeler George W, meals 4301 H. 

Hasselineier John A, meals 2606 Market, 

Hasselineier "Wm, meats 310 20tli. 

.Hauser & Klein (Isaac Hauser. Morris 
Klein), dry goods 2610 Market. 

Hawley Edith E Mrs, milUnery 1924 
Church. 

Hawley R B & Co (Robert B Hawley, 
Edwin Samjison), sugar and grain 410 
Security bldg. 

Hawley & Letzerich (Harry HawIeV, 
(Otto Letzerich), customs brokers 21 
Jtiirine bldg. 

HeaMl .Allen G, phys 105 City Natl Bank 
bldK. 

Heckel -Albert F, architect 1124 Broad- 
way, 

H^'fi'roii Isaac, stevedore 111 21st. 

Herfin Kufus L, G H (Jyiner mngr, cotton 
si'.>d products 303 Security bl>ig. 

Heitler 'Tustave, restr 3701 Winnie. 

H.'.ris Charles, blksmith 614 29th. 
il'.e'skell James M, w<iod yard 307 30th 
JHvIiant Louis, clothing 319 2.')th. 

Ifer.ck August J. real est 213 Treinont. 

UiOMK K K dt SON (Krnemt R nad .tug- 
u.-iC H Henck), Miifrs Sails, Awniii 
Tents. Etc, 2220 Strand (Ave P.. See 
page 467.) 

IIENCKEL'S iCbiirie.o Ileuokel, ( iiurle.s 
ilenckel Jr^, \VhoIesale Fruits and 
Produce 105 21st. 

Henderson Geovge W, auto liver.v 415 
Treniont. 

Henderson Wm FJ, elotlies cinr 604 27th. 

Hennisen Andrew E. ice dealer 120t; K. 

Henry Cotton Co, (i .M Alsup mngr. col- 
ton factors cor 30th and Winnii'. 

Henrv Robert J. plumber 3615 O. 

Herbert Edward T. meats 1417 19th. 

HerVjert Studio ((Teorge Stiglernan), 
photogrs 20231^ JIarket. 

Herrle Frank B, cigars 2105 Marlcet. 

tlervey Clarence ( ), real est 504 Tre- 
mont. 

Heyman Notion Co (I-lmanuel Heyman), 
whol notions 2111 i-iirand. 

IIlKIIEieT FIIANK II, Horxe Hull Mnle 
Market 505 24th. 

Hibbert Grace (J Mrs, street sprinkler 
1602 25th. 

HIE<;EI, & RYAN d'heo V Illrgel). In- 
surance and .Suretv iiuiiils 2124 Me- 
chanic (Ave C). (See page 467.) 

Highland Park UeVPl(iptn"iu Co (capital 
?30.000), L T Krickson pres, It p Haw- 
ley see and trtas, 2202 .Mechanic. 

Hillbrnnner Benjamin, whol cigars 308 
Tremcnt. 

Hinilei- Theodore D, cigars 2201 Me- 
chanic. 

Hoecker Wade L, phys 313 City Natl 
Bank bldg 

Hoecker & (ieorge (Fred \A' Hoecker, 
John L George), roofers ]S(i6 .A. 

Hoffman .John A, ice de;iler 1410 MVb- 

Hoffmann Theodore M, baker 2624 Mar- 
ket. 

Hoffmann Wm A, tinsmith 2311 Post- 
oihce. 

Holmes Charles D. dentist 203 City NaU 



Bank bldg. 
Holmes Nannie, restr 2623 Mechanic. 
Holt Alfred, steamship agt 224 21st. 
Home Oil Co. E L Crawley mngr, 1312 

35th. 



Hong Kong Restaurant. Joe v.'hong 

mngr, 2509 Market. 
Hong Wah, l.aundrv 21 IS Church. 
HOOI'ES JOHN ^V. Vlee-Pre» and Cash- 
ier City National Bank, 2219-21 M.irket 

(Ave D). 
Hop Sing, laundry 2221 Postoffiee. 
Horridge Reginald C, grocer and b.aker 

1601 Mechanic. 
Hot Salt Water Natatorium, Ilriman 

Bernau mngr, Treniont and Boulevard. 
HOTEL. GAL.VE/., <;nIvrNtnn Hnte! Co 

Proprs, David Lauher Mngr, I:t(»2-I914 

21st. (See page 4(;o.) 
Hotel Royal, H B Kopperl propr. 217 

Tremont. 
Hotel Savoy, Mrs M Widolff propr, 2016'" 

Market. 
Hotel Texas, J E Krizan propr, 2424 

Mechanic. 
Hotel Washington, Mrs Mary C CofCland 

propr, 2220 Mechanic. 
HOLSTON ICE & HHEWING CO. David 

Rossi Agent, 112 Tremont (23d). 
Houston Packing Co, C H Elstner agt, 

102 13th. 
Howard John B, bill poster 1921 Post- 

oTfice. 
Hi>w,ard Wm H, adjuster 214" Security 

bldg. 
Hubbard Sanitarium (Inc), Dr J 1) Moore 

pres, W X L Campbell sec, i)r M S 

Moore treas, 4015 N. 
Hudson Auto Sales Co, Wayne Hearne 

mngr, 509 Tremont. 
Hudson Wm A, real est, 2218 Postotru-e. 
Huff & Xrpdegraff (T> W Huff. AV n 

Code.g.-a.'T), auto repairs 2413 Mechanic. 
Hughes R M Co, H J -Audie agt, whol 

vinegar 1316 A. 
Hughes AV J & Co (capital $10,000). AV J 

Hughes pres, I B Hughes vice-pres. W 

K Hughes sec, whol produce 202U B. 
Humane Society of Galveston (Inc). Dr 

L S Downs pres, H F Brunkeniic^efer 

sec, 40714 31st. 
Hunter Fred F. printer 213 22nd. 
Hunter Thomas A. wooii 104 12th. 
Huntington Charles R, contr Builders 

Exch. 
HCTCHINGS, SE.4.I,Y A <-0 ( Tnlneorpo- 

rated; John Sealy, Scaly Hutchings. 

H o Stein, George Sealy), Bankers n e 

cor 24th and Strand. 
Hydro-Therapeutic Institute (Herman 

Bernau), baths City Natl Banl; lil.lg. 
lames Edgar, tailor 419 27th. 
Industrial Cotton Oil (,'o, J S Buiion 

mngr, stor.age and cotton seed prn- 

ducts 172s B. 
Inman, Nelnis & Co. AV M Stafford agt. 

cotton buyers 21091/2 (J. 
Innocent! Albert .A, electn, 3502 P'j 
Iiinocenti August, grocer 3502 P'.i- 
International Coi-respondence Schools of 

Scranton, Pa, Albert LaHatte mngr, 

212 City Natl Bank hldg. 
I.NTERNATIONAI, CREOSO'I'lNfi * CO.V- 

STRL'CrlO.N !■<» ((^apital $31)0.0110). F 

1., Lee Pres, 1 Lovenberg V'ice-Pres, 

R J Calder .Sec and Tmas. wood Prf- 

servation 2205 Strand (.Ave IJ). 
International & Great Northern ft It Co, 

city fit and tkt oflice 311 Treniont, 
Interstate Chemical Co (caiiital $15.0Oii), 

J W Jockusch pres. C A Weathering- 
ton vice-pres, R Lee Kempnt r Ireas, 

V H Davidson secy, 401 Security bldg. 
Interstate Commerce lieniurragif Com- 
mission, C N Bradj- conimr, 40.S .Secur- 
ity bldg. 
INTKR-STATE S.\I,ES CO (Caiiital !*■•;,- 

000), M (J Kopperl Pres, J K Clieelc 

Vice-I'res, E A Toelielrnnn .Sec, ,\uto- 

mobiles. Accessories and Supplies. 

Othces American Natl Ins Co Bldg, 

Sales Depc Tremont (23d) and A \ i- 

Pi,i. 
Interurb.an Express & Baggage Lines. 

S VV Levy agt, 517 21st. 
Isaacs Benjamin A, nidse broker 209 

Tremont. 

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<l\<'», (Caiiital .?l(i,0(lil). Fred llaiiel 
Pres. M C Bowden Vice-Pr.'S. Fn ti 
Barihelme .Sec and Tre.is, Lumber and 
Mill Work l.xoi-ll Alechanic (Ave C). 

.fackson Aaron H. confr 2mi5 M. 

.lACKSON SIDNEl J, .^lugr Kredpriek 
Leylalid & Co Ltd. .Marine P.ldg. (Sen 
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Jacobs Herman. Rrocer 2801 I. 

Jaerrer Walter H. grinder 509 21st. 

Jamison G Kmil, ice cream 2222 Q. 

Janssen Wra H, genl contr 2218 Post- 
office. 

Jensen Wm. florist 3714 FM. 

JersiK Rudolpli J. grocer 132S G. 

JETTY COHJ.MBUS S. .MnfB Jeweler and 
Ensraver 420% 21st. 

Jewish Immigrants' Information Bureau, 
Maurice Epstein mnsT, 311 24lh. 

Jim Lee, grocer 413 24th. 

Jim Lung & Co. restr 2404 Market. 

Jinlcins & Flautt (Wiley J Jinkins. Jess 
A Flautt), physicians. 2117 Market. 

Jockusch. Davison & Co (Julius W 
Jockusch, Victor H Davison), grain & 
coal 2210 B. 

Joe C B. laundry 2003 E. 

Johl Ely. meats 721 24th. 

John RictLavfl H, trunks 2218 Market. 

John Sealy Hospital, Clara L Schackford 
supt, 814 Strand. 

JOHNS H ■W-M.'VXVIH.E CO, D S Plcurd 
Agt, Asbesto.s Products 2209 Strand. 

Johnson Amanda Mrs, restr fiOo Tremont. 

Johnson Andrew, grocer 3S27 J. 

Johnson Berndt, boilermkr 1621 A. 

Johnson Bowman, cigars Citv Natl Bank 
bldg. 

Johnson D.aniol, grocer IIS 20th. 

Johnson Elmo, lawyer 2003 *^ D 

John.^son J August, blksraith" 1624 B. 

Johnson Marsene. lawyer 2003 ^-fc D. 

Johnson Roy, lawyer 2003% D. 

Johnson R C & Co (Robert C Johnson), 
publrs The Opera Glass ajid printers 
1508 C. 

Johnson Sallie, h.air dresser 604 27th. 

Jones Caleb H, real est 2301 M> Strand. 

Jones Frank, capitalist 305 22nd. 

Jones John L Furniture Co, M F ilc- 
Cormick mngr, 2214 E. 

Jones Joseph S, phys 308 City Natl Bank 
bldg. 

Jones T Adolph, phys 3424 Mii. 

Jones Walter J, dairy 4702 S. 

Jones Warren A, real estate 305 22nd. 

JONES A\~:«I I., Sand. ^Shell. Brick and 
Building Material. 22iid and Ave A. 
<See page 467.) 

Jones & Owens (Richarii H Jones, Isaiah 
H Owens), clothes clnrs 626 23rd. 

Joughin T i^ & Co (Thomas P Joughin), 
grocers 2601 ' D. 

Joyce Thomas, grocer 3402 L. 

Judy, Xeurath & Co (Wm E Judy, J R 
Neurath), hooks 2609 D. 

Juliani L.iwrence, grocer 2227 P. 

Junemann Julius F, dairy 4427 R. 

Kahn Moise, furniture 2007 R. 

Kahn-Schai)er Ice Cre-am Co (capital 
SIU.OOO), Gustav Kahn pres and genl 
mngr. S J Hevmau sec and treas, 
1202 E. 

Kameyer Fred W, express 2910 H. 

Kane John J, boiler mkr 2704 C. 

Kanewske Sylvester, grocer 3728 J. 

Kauftman, Meyers & Co (Inc), Joseph 
Kauffinan pres, Abraham Kauffmun 
sec, furniture 2410 D. 

KEENAN J \V A SONS (John U', rharlt-H 
L, John H and Alan T), Oils and Hard- 
ware 414-16 22nd. 

Keene D Scott, drugs 2602 H. 

Keiller Wm, phys 1209 C. 

Kelley John D, city secretary City Hall. 

Kelly W Frank, lawyer 411 Security bldg. 

Kelso Maggie M Mrs, shell and sai\<l 
2522 F. 

KEMF.NKR nAMEI, W. Mngr H Krmp- 
nor, Pres Merchants & Planters Com- 
press & Warehouse Co, Pres Tex.is 
Export & Import Co, 319 22d cor 
Market (Ave D). 

KEnP.NEH M (EnlBte of II Krmpner). 
I H and D W Kempner Mngrs, (.'otton 
and Banking n w cor 22d and Market 
Ave D). (See page 461.) 

KE.MP.NEK ISAAC II. Mner II Kempner, 
Pres Texas Bank <Si Trust Co, Prt-s 
Galveston Hotel Co, F'res First Texas 
State Insurance Co, Pres ijalvtston 
Shoe & Hat Co. Commissioner Finance 
and Revenue City of Galveston, 319 
22d cor Market (Ave D). 

KI;.MI'M;H H lee. TreaM .MerebauiN Jt 
Manufacturers Llo>-ris, Cashier Texas 
Bank & Trust Co, 2202 .Market (Ave 1)). 

Kennedv Thomas L. phys 105 City Natl 
Bank bldg. 



Kenner Edwin B, phys 204 Am Natl Ins 
Co bldg. 

Kent Thomas D, ice dealer 2712 M 

KEO\VN JOH.V. r.enl .Mdkt Ilium Hard- 
ware Co (Inc), 2211-23 Strand. 

Keppeler Hermann, tile contr 2218 E. 

Keppler Joseph J, locksmith 2206 C. 

Kerpel Louis, furniture 502 21st. 

Kershner Bros (John S and Jacob L) 
grocers 702 23d. 

Kerson Isaac, tailor 517 23d. 

Kerst Harrison C (estate of), grocer 
2728 Slarket. 

Keystone Printing Co, J L Hunter mngr 
216 23d. 

Killough David S. dentist 103 City Natl 
Bank bldg. 

King & Hughes (Harry T King. Harry 
C Hughes), lawvers 404 City Natl Bank 
bldg. 

Kinnison W'altcr C, phys 2701 O. 

Kirk Thomas J, plumber 2115 L. 

Kirsten Arthur, meats 616 23d. 

Kleberg Walter, phys 221S1A E. 

Knapp Bros (Lawrence F and Wm J), 
printers 2207 <;. 

Koch Gustave, genl repr 2211 P. 

Koehler Gustave E, auto livery 1212 C. 

Koehler Henry T. grocer 3702 Oy^. 

Koehler R Herman, dentist 307 City Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Koester Hermann, drugs 3301 H. 

Kopperl Moritz O, lawyer, pres Inter- 
State Sales Co, vice-pres Causeway Im- 
provement Co, vice-pres H,T.gnolia Park 
Land Co. sec Viaduct Liind Co, pres 
Houston Corporation, office .American 
Natl Ins Co bldg 

Kralj John, restr 312 21st. 

Kress S H & Co, W L Baker mngr, 
notions 2117 D. 

Krivocapieh Christopher, restr 1628 B. 

Kruger Frederick R, phys 208 City Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Kuhl Wm J, grocer 2901 R. 

Kuhn Richard H. mnfg jeweler 109 City 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Kunkel Wm. grocer 1127 D. 

Kyle Henry, curios 223 25th. 

LaBarbera Carmelo, grocer 422S I. 

LaBarbera .Joseph, grocer 1327 K. 

Laiiaibera Pasijuale, dry goods 4302 H. 

Lal-Iarbera .Salvatore, grocer 372S K. 

Lampis & Piippas (James Lam pis, Steve 
I*appas), restr 204 25th. 

Landini Louis, macaroni mnfr 3601 N. 

Landrum J Monroe, boat blrtr pier 10. 

Langbehn Bros (.1 II Langbehn), steam 
ship agts 2102 Strand. 

I..VV<iBKH.\ EHI:I)EUI<;K .\. Pres <;nl 
veston Creosoting Co, Pres L'rbana 
(iravel Co. I'urchasing .Vgent Cia Mex- 
icana Ue Petroleo "El Aguila" S A, S 
Pearson & Son Ltd, Vera Cruz Land & 
Cattle Co, S Pearson ,!i Son Sucrs. Oil 
Fields of Mexico Co Ltd, oltice cor 
34th and Ave A. 

Larkins Earl E, osteopath 210 Citv Natl 
Hank blilg. 

Laros George, restr 2122 D. 

Lasker Real Est.ite Assn (Inc), .M Lasker 
pres, L A Adoue vice-pres, Edward 
Lasker sec and treas, cor 21st and A. 

L,\ STELL.V UEI.. TEXAS (Weekly), I-a 
.Stella del Texas Printing Co I'ublrs. 
C Nicolini Pres and :\Ingr. 210-12 21st. 
I,.\ STELLA OEL TEX.4.S I»KI>TIX<i <0 
(Capital ?5,000 l.»aid In>. C Nicolini 
Pies and Mngr, D Rossi Vlce-Pres and 
.Sec, C Vaiani Treas, I'ublrs La Stella 
<lp| Texas, 210-12 21st. 

LAWES WM, Uullder of Stair* and .Store 
Fixtures 413 19th. 

L.iwrence Dav'd H. phys 321 U Tremont. 

Leader Theatre, Conrad Lenz propr, 2211 

r>. 

League John C, capitalist 2301 Vi Strand. 
Lee Francis L, collr U S Customs P O 

bldg. 
I^ee George H, phys 320 Am Natl Ins 

bldg. 
Lee James, grocer 614 26th. 
Lee Wing, laundry 1923 C. 
Leeds Woole7i Mills. J Hrnniet Ogletree 

mngr. tailors 2220 .Marke'i. 
LE(;E FII|;|) M .IH. 44rnrrnl .^Ingr llrnNli 

Kleetrli- I 'n ami ('alveslun Gas <,'ci, 

lies <;al\est(in .Motor Car Co, (Jrtice 

2424 ilarkct (Ave l>). 
Letnl),aeh I-^ (ieur,i;e. tirugs 2121 Tt. 



LEITH LIIMIIEIl to O'npltal ;^l>.(>«ui. 

A T Leith I'res, B T .Morris Vice-Pres-. 

L P Leith -Sec .and Treas, Lumb-r 

1 'ealers and Planing Mill. (See pact- 

468.) 
Leitner Solomon, men's furngs 2717 

Market. 
Lemoine T B & Co (Theodore B and 

Mrs Addie M Lemoine). curios 416 23.; 
Lenz Conrad, meats 1211 litli and nil 

21st. 
Leopold & Shafer (N E Leopold. Alber- 

Shafer), clothing 2309 D. 
Lera Emanuel, grocer 362S N. 
Levin Hat Co (Isaac and Samuel Levin i. 

603 23d. 
Levine Bros (Morris and ifax), clothing 

261'J D. 
Levine Ned J, tailor 2105 K 
LEVINE P & CO (Pierce j.v\ine). Cuttoa 

Pickery, also Linters; 'Jl 32d 
Levy E S & Co (capital tl^.i.oof.), n H 

Levy pres and mngr. L A. .\doue vic.-- 

pres and treas, J E Ziegelmever se. 

clothing 2225 Market. 
Levy J & Bro (Sam J and Jack M'. 

livery and undertakers 2216 F. 
Levy Max, electric supplies 510 21st. 
Levy M M & Co (.Mever M and John V 

Levy), mnfrs agts 240S B. 
Lewis W D & Bro (W D and John Li. 

grocers 2602 M. 
LEVL.\NI> FIlEUERIf K «S: < O LTD, 
S .r Jackson Mngr, Sieatn'ihip .\gei)e'-' 

Marine Bldg. (See pat;e ■tiii.t 
Lieata Alexander T. res uingi .Vtlantio 

Fruit Distributors Inc. 2ii 2iith. 
Licata Edward, grocer 242s H. 
Licata S.alvatore, grocer .;22.x .M'-. 
Ijiefert Wm A, genl store 41u2 I. 
Lilly & Harper (Matthew L Lillv. Lucius 

W Harper jr), photogrs 421 V. 25th. 
Lincoln Theatre (John Tiernian. Conrad 

Lenz), 413 2uth. 
Lininger Gaston L, restr 309 22d. 
Linski Harry, clothing 2025 C. 
Lipnick Sorach, clothing 2710 D. 
Lippmann Joseph, real est 2220 G 
Littmjinn J & Son (Jacob & Charles). 

clothing 2604 D. 
Lloyd's Register of Shipping. John C 

Grant surveyor. 15 Cotton Exch bldg 
Lobenstein Fred C, harness 2024 B 
Lohit Joseph, capitalist 21C2 B. 
Lockh.ardt Wm H, meats 2727 O 
Lockhart Wm B, lawyer 7 Cotton Ex- 
change bldg. 
Lorusso .'\ngelo, grocer 3027 il. 
Lott August O, grocer 2101 K. 
LOVE J V & CO (Juneph M Burke. Mr. 

J V Love), Mnfrs Htencll.s, Rubber 

Stamps. Seals, Metal Checks. Etc 220; 

ilechanic (Ave C). i .-^ee page 473.) 
Love Wrn L, linotvpe comp')sitir;n "215 

23d. 
Love's Beach Hotel, Mrs Jfarv T Love 

propr 2218 Q. 
Love's European Hotel, Newton M Love 

propr 2012 E. 
Lovenberg Isidore, insurance 2201 B. 
Lovenberg I jr, lawyer 204 Security bldg. 
Lowe Electric Co (Mrs John M Lowe). 

2011 K. 
Lozica John, restr Ovster Station. 
Lubben F L & Co (Frank L and Wm F 

Lubben), whol produce 2410 B 
Lubben Harry W, dentist 110 Citv Katt 

Bank bldg. 
Lucas Wm, contr and paints 2221 F 
Luckett Alfred V. vet surgeon 2323 Vj D. 
Luther Peter H, hatter 609 23d. 
Lykes Bros (James il and Joseph T). 

steamship agts 413 Security bldg. 
Lyons Hardware (^o (Robert A jr and 

Wm G Lyons), 2219 E 
McBeth Charles 1), lawyer 2401 E. 
McCarthy Kd & (,'o (unincorporated*. 

(Edward McCarthy), bankers 303 22d 
.McCaski'.l & Hogan (H K McC.askill, G 

-M Hogan), shooting galler.\ 2.'i22 

Market. 
.McClendon Charles C. phys 315',.^ 25th. 
McClure Wilbcr F, genl frt and pass agt 

G H & H R R, 2124 B. 
ilcCracken George Q, Lawyer 300 Secur- 
ity bldg. 
McDonald Dominic D, lawyer 415 Citv 

.\'all r.ank bldg. 
McDonald John C, cotton weigher 3102 H. 
.McDonougli Iron Works (John P Mc- 

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McPadden Oeorgre H & Bros AReiicy. P 
3 McCitleb mngr, cotton exporters. 511 
37th. 

McGlasson Irvy L. physician and State 
Quarantine Officer e end Galveston 
Island. 

McGuire Parl< Co. R E L Mc(5uire pres, 
W D Lewis sec, Peter Antone treas. 
bath house 2T25 K. 

McKee Pauline, hairdresser 606 Am Natl 
Ins bldg. 

McKenzie Donald N, architect 2107 'i E. 

McLarty Joseph A, cigars 206 25th. 

McLellan lolectric Co (Alexander D Me- 
Lellan), 2105 E. 

McMeans Kelden A, associate justice 
Court of Civil Appeals, 702 2l)th. 

Macarini Frank, srrocer 2S27 H. 

Mace Thomas & Co (Thomas J Mace. 
James Meehan), plumbers 1S15 H. 

Macsill Charles P. lawyer 309 23d. 

Maclnerney & Anderson (Daniel 1^ ?.Ic- 
Inerney, Prank S Anderson), lawyers 
304 City Natl Bank bid;?. 

Mackay Telepraph-Cable Co. K P Stiles 
mngr, 2020 Market. 

Magnani Donesio, g-rocer 627 G. 

Mapnolia Petroleum Co, Charles A Lott 
agt, 1202 A. 

Majestic Restaurant (GeorRO Mandich. 
Joe Semunovich), 417 23d. 

Majestic Theatre. John Hasselmeier 
propr, 2x10 Market. 

Malltz Robert C, plumber 2020 G. 

Mallory Line (Mallory Steamship c;o). F 
T Rennie KenI a.cjt 2322 B. 

MAl.I.OY P P & SOIV (Frank P huiI 
Frank R), Undertakers and J-;ml),'^-lTn- 
ers, Livery and Boardinc Stable.^ 2319- 
27 Postffioce (Ave E). (See paae 459.) 

Malone Bros (John & Martin). house 
movers 2220 G. 

Maniatis Kariacos. confr 2707 D. 

Mann George E, county judge Court 
House. 

Manno F & Son (Frank and Leo), pawn- 
broker.^ 2719 D. 

Marabella Nuncio, fruits City Market. 

Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co of Amer- 
ica, C M Douelas mngr. Pier 10. 

Mariani Mary Mrs, grocer 1601 E. 

Mftrin«-lli Vincent, grocer 1610 B. 

Markwell Russel. dentist 304 Trust bldg 

Marrast Kdwln K. public weigher 2106 B 

Marsan G B & Co (Alfred S New.^on). 
fish 1917 D. 

Marshall Albert W, dentist 314 City N'atl 
Bank bldg. 

Marshall Percy, clothes clnr 307 U- 20th. 

Martolll Giuseppe, grocer 1102 K. 

Martin Kranl< I', cigars 414 23d. 

Martinelll Giltiert. grocer 322.S N'. 

MartinelH Lorenzo, .grocer 3501 ^t. 

Martini Paul, grocer 2627 PV,. 

Marullo Frank, restr 2619 D. 

Massa Joseph, fish 2623 D. 

Massa Michael A. fish 2608 D. 

Massuras Louis, restr 2119 23d. 

Masterson Branch T. lawyer 230S B. 

Matiatos George, confr 708 23a. 

MAl'KIOIt JO.'iF.I'H M. PhoioKraphy. Pl<-- 

, ture Framing. Kodaks and .Supplies 
418 Treniont (23d). (.See page 46.s,) 

Maurer Karolina Mrs, florist 1S14 31st. 

Mauri Eleanor Mrs. grocer 1201 E. 

May John, express 1424 MVz- 

Mayer Henry C, lawyer 305 V™ 22d. 

Maxo Albert L, restr 2316 D. 

Mearse George .\, plumber 2009 24th 

Meenen Simon J, dairy 1022 N. 

M«gna Mille & Sou (Michele and Joseph), 
fiults 2 City Market. 

Meiners J Frederick E. meats 1202 F. 

Melcer Morris, jcwcier 422 23d. 

Mendel Leili. clothing 2607 D. 

Menefeo Anna, restr 2727 C. 

Menicucci August, grocer 1527 F. 

Mensiug (iustav H. real est 212s B. 

MRHCAXTII.IO A<;K,><;Y THK. It <i l>iin 
& Co, Fred I'olglass Mngr. 1-3 P.ey- 
mershoft'er lUdg. (See bottom edge 
and left top lines.) 

MERCIIANT.S' KimiT CO < A T, V .1 and 
P Licatsi). Wholesale Fruits and Pro- 
duce 2i> 20th. 

Merchants' & Xlanufacturer.s' Inter-In- 
surance Alliance, I H Kempner and B 
J Cuni\ingham attorneys an<l mngrs, 
fire Insurance 31'J'/. 22il. 



MKIICHAX'I'.S' AM) :»l AMFACTIIKF.KS" 
IiI.O\D>>, 1 II Kemjiner an<l I! J Cun- 
ningham Joint Attorneys. James K 
Quia I'nderwriting I^lugr. Insurance 
Kxchanne. 319"^ 22d. 

MKHCII.WI'.S' & PI,A\'I'I:KS' <'0M- 

I'Hi:.*;.'* AM) ^v.\ui;h<)1 SK c<) dxii. 

I H Kempner I'res. D W Kempner 
Vice-Pres. J Seinsheimer Sec and 
Treas. Cotton Comi)ress and Ware- 
house 4Mh and Ave J. (See page 461.) 

ilerrow J & Co (.losiah ;Merrow). steam- 
ship and ins agts 212S''.'ii B. 

Meschi Oabriello. grocer 262.S C. 

Metals "Warehouse Co (capital $10,000), 
C N Markle pres. F B ilarkle vice- 
pres. J C Townes jr sec, C C Muir 
treas. 828 Arherican Natl Ins bldg. 

Met.axis & Argyros (Jotin iletaxis, John 
Argyros). confrs 2."i25 L>. 

MEXI.V QIARRY CO (Cntdtal Paid U|> 
$40,000), R L Heflin I'res. I' E Hanson 
Vico-1'res. J H Hawlev Sec and llngr. 
Oflices 320-321 Security Bldg. Quarries 
Tehuacana, Tex. (See page 46S.) 

Mexican Telegraph Co, A T Webster 
mngr, 2]03Vi B. 

Meyer Aciiille, produce 1921 B. 

Meyer Edward, ice dealer 1412 MVi. 

Meyer Herman B. sec and treas The 
Fellman Dry Goods C^o. pres Galveston 
Merchants' Assn, 2201 Ave l>. 

Meyer Jacob, upliolstei-er 2112 K. 

Meyer Jewelry Co (Meyer Goldofsky), 
paM'nbrokers 2116 1>. 

Meyers Julius J. sporting goods 2220 C. 

Mezzino Frank, grocer 422S J. 

Michelette A & Co (Antonio Michelette, 
Jacopo Delia Nera). grocers 604 42d. 

Migel's Loan (^Iflice (Mike Kruiewich), 
jewelers 2327 D. 

MigUavacca John G. mdse Ijroker 2222 
PH. 

Mihovil Anton, grocer 3702 Q. 

Miles Samuel, restr 1427 K. 

Miles & Pinckard (Lawrence A Miles. 
Wyatt L Pinckard), curios 305 23d. 

Millasich Vincent, phys 202 City Natl 
Rank bldg. 

Miller T!ros (Jacob S and Samuel I), 
overall mnfrs 2307 B. 

Miller Corinne. milliner 2217 E. 

Miller Wm H. tinsmith 2114 F. 

Mllroy A D Co. T W Otter agt. cotton 
exporters 2102V2 B. 

Missouri. Kansas & Texas Hv Co. 307 23d 

MI.KTIIOT & ADO! K (S P MiMtrot, I,onln 
A Adoue, The Adoue ICstate), Whole- 
sale Dry Goods. Notions. Boots and 
Shoes. Etc. 2310 to 232.x .Mechani<' (Ave 
C). Wholesale Toys and Hardware 
2309-2313 Mechanic (Ave C). 

Mitrovicii Sem, restr 204 21st. 

.MOnKI^ I,.\IM)HV * DIK WORKS 
H.\C; Capital $30,000). C J Michaelis 
Pres. R W Goodman Vice-Pres, W A 
Johnson Sec-Tn-as and Mngr. 2502-250S 
Church (Ave F). 

Molhusen Frank, meats 1918 27th. 

Molhusen Wm. meats 2408 M. 

Monshaus^-n Jf>hn. dairj" cor S and 61st. 

Montgomer.v Cassel C. ice cream 3001 M, 

llONTOO.MIOItV J S <t Co (.lames S Mont- 
gomery), lieal Estate. Loans. Rentals 
and Insurance 512 Trernont (23d). 

Moody Compress, J E Mitchell supt. Pier 
32. 

.nOOUY >VM I. JK (\V Iv nond.v & Col, 
Pres City National B,anlc. iTcs Amer- 
ican National Insurance Co. I'res Amer- 
ican Banic & Trust Co, <'hairnian of 
Board Security Trust Co. Vice-I'rcs and 
Treas Galveston Cotton Comr)ress and 
Warehouse Co, 2202 Strand ( .\vu B). 

.HOOI)> W I, & CO (Uiiiueoriiorated; 
Wm L and Wm L Moody Jrj. Banlters 
and Cotton Factors 2202 Strand (Ave 
B) cor 22d. 

Moon Bros (Charles F and Wni P Jr). 
transfer 212 23d. 

Moore luenvenue. grocer 1402 L. 

Moore Bros (capital $25,000), J E Moore 
pres. Edward J Moore sec anrl treas. 
grocers 1918 D. 

.MOOKi: <'HAI<I,I';.S II <G«yt»n & Muorp). 
Vicc-1'res Texas Bank & Trust Co 2202 
Market (Ave D). 

Moore James D. T>hvs 4015 N. 

Moore Mary S, pliys 4015 N'. 

.Moori- (^ (joodman (Henrv T'. Goodman. 
Killiurn and llartlett D Moore), lum- 
b<T Oil 30tli. 



Moreticli .lolni, restr 7 City Market. 

.>iouai.s-cAui'i;ii photo supply co. 

Kodaks and Supplies 2119 Postoffice 

(Ave K). 
Morris Cladius H. phys 319V. 31st. 
MOKRI.'O IlK.MtV H, I'hotOKTnphcr •-'111) 

I^jStodice (Ave E). 

Morris Louis, grocer 2928 I. 

Morris Seth JI. phys 809 Am Natl Ins 
bldg. 

^lori'ison Charles D. propr St Ciiarles 
Hotel 2309 F. 

.nOHRISOX & FOIIRJIY IJIIIKCTORY CO 
(I>C). C D Morrison I'res and Treas, 
J H AVilson Vice-Pres. J V Pourmy 
Sec. Directory Publrs 41S Tremont. 

Morrow James T. dentist 305 City Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Morton Samuel, co.al 1211 17th. 

.Moses Nicholas P. phys 2212'/» D. 

Mosle Heinrich. consul Cost.a Rica, vice- 
consul Spain, consul Equador, 223 Se- 
curity bldg. 

Jlosle H & Co (Heinrich Mosle). steam- 
ship agts and commission 223 Security 
bldg. 

Moth James S. express 1528 N%. 

Mott Benjamin F. creamery 2620 P. 

Mott Zeddock P, dairy 3507 K. 

Mouton Harriet, restr 2627 C. 

Mudrak Rudolph, architect 1919 H. 

Muenster Wm F. cement contr 1113 37th. 

Mullen J L & Co (James L JIullen. 
Ch.arles A Weatherington), tailors 
2321 JIarket. 

Mullen Wm W. meats 2828 M. 

.Muller Broom Co (capital $15,000). Jules 
^luller pres. Jules Block vice-pi-es. D 
D Fleming sec-treas. 3S16 H. 

Muller i'rinting Co (W^m A and Henry C 
Muller). 206 23d. 

Muller Ulrich (Muller & Co), consul for 
Switzerland 31 Marine bldg. 

MULLL^H & CO (Ulrirb nnil Hene J 
Mulljr). Cotton Exporters 31-32 Ma- 
rine Bldg. 

.Ml >\ J W, PrM Gall PIsherleH Co (Ine), 
Pier 22. 

Murch John M. county auditor Court 
Ho\ise. 

Murdoch Bath House Co (capital 535.- 
000), J J Davis pres. A Shafer sec and 
treas. proprs Murdoch Bath House 23d 
and Beach. 

Muti Dominiok. grocer. 1701 MV2. 

Nachlas Philip, men's furngs 2521 D. 

iN'apoli Giotanni P. restr 2601 Seawall 
1)1 vrl. 

Xascirke Paul H. photogr 1427 F. 

Nass Frank J. cigare 2106 D. 

.N'athau Ma.x H. men's furngs 212 25th. 

Nathan Nuty. 2d hd goods 313 25th. 

National Biscuit Co, R J Lightliall mngr, 
2120 B. 

.National Life &- Accident Insurance Co. 
A L Neal supt, 327 Security bldg. 

\ATIOX.\L TF;I,I:T\ PM CO (Capital .fr,.- 
$250,000). C M Edwards I'r.'S, L H lOd- 
wards Vice-Pres am! (ienl .\lngr, K .M 
Nichols Sec and Treas. .\utomatic 
Typesetting Machines 315-316 City 
Natl Bank Bldg. 1 .See page 456.) 

.Nave Thomas W, phys lOS City Natl 
Bank bitig. 

Neblett E -A >t Co (capital $5,000), C E 
McKee pres, drugs 2701 D. 

Neis ilargaret Mrs, millinery 2116 E. 

.Nettleton Horace P. curios 2105 23d. 

Neumann Robert E, grocer 392S Iv. 

Neumond K & E (.New York), Franz 
Weisniann mngr. cotton seed products 
415 Security' bldg. 

N'eurath John R. cigars 306 22d. 

Nf'velow Bros (Hyman and Shae). pawn- 
brokers 2326 D. 

New City Hotel, John Rigg propr, 2427 E 

.New Idea The (weekly), D T Shelton 
publr. 2C09 L- 

.New Orleans Export Co Ltd (capital $50,- 
000), Hans (iuldmann sec anrl treas. 
cotton seed products 423 Security bldg. 

New Orleans Hotel, Ben Lockett propr, 
2627 F. 

New York Caff (Chinese), restr 2324 D. 

.New York Mattress Co (Isadore Framer. 
K Tr,icbl,-nb.-rg). 913 31st. 

.\KWI)I\<; ClfAKI.KS. Autoinobllex and 
Supplies 2216 I'ostoltice (Ave E). 

Newing Kd\\ard F, grain exporter 18 
Cotton i:xch l)ldg. 

Ncwson Alfred S. meats 1923 D. 

-Neynaber Chnrl.s. real est 221 22d. 



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MCHOI.S ENiNfS M, Sec and Trenx \n- 

tioiial Teletype Co (Inc). 31S-lfi City 

Natl tJank BlUg-. 
N'iccolai & Barducci (Aberbana Niccolai. 

Julian Bardurci), erroceis 1027 C. 
Xichols Fred McC. state and county tax 

assessor Court House. 
Nichols John T, autu livery 417 23d. 
MCOI.IXI CI.ESIK.\TK (C Meoiini & Co>, 

Italian Consular Asrent 2003 Strandc 

(Ave B). (See pase 469.) 
MCOI.IM C & CO (t'lemente and F-rank 

Nicolini). Passenpror Steamship Afrent.s 

and Wholesale Ice Dealers 2003 Strand 

(Ave B). (See patre 469.) 
.Virol.IM & V.\IAM (Dominic Mcollnl. 

Carlo V'aianl). Wholesale Ijiquors ami 

Importers of Italian Goods 2001 Strand 

(Ave K). (See pape 469.) 
Niedcrmann Albert, srrocer 3702 H. 
.VieLsen Peter, tailor 2124 D. 
Xisbet Wm, cotton buver 1 Cotton exch 

bldpr. 
Noblie M O & Co (capital »50.000). W K 

.\. Ropers pres. Arthur B L, Davis vice- 

pi'cy and treas, C .\ Vedder sec, jew- 
elers 401 23d. 
-Voles .St Phillips (Charles S Noles. 

Charles T Phillips), restr 416 21st. 
Nortli American Dredprinj? Co (capit.al 

$500,000), R A Perry (Oakland, Cal) 

pres. Walter T Sinith sec and treas, 

323 Security bids. 
North ( Jerman-I,loyd Steamship Co. Al- 
fred Holt ffenl afct, 224 21st. 
Northern P^dwin C, Kenl ins 206 City 

Natl Bank bldg. 
O K t,aundry Co (capital $20,000), Fred 

V Taylor pres. (ref)rffe W Taylor sec 

and treas, 414 20th. 
Obitz Frederick, tailor 2107'A E. 
Ui-.-ai: Hotel, Jlrs (J ly Wells propr, 2428 Q 
O'Dell Henry. lawyer 4f)7V2 21st. 
Oelschlaser Marius. junk 3327 N. 
Otter Mary Mrs, tlorist 1S19 M. 
Oprden Wm F. cotton seed products 214 

Security bld^. 
Ohlendorf Ferdinand, books 2015 D. 
Oleamler C*»mpress ^ VVarehou.se 

(Inc), C T Gillespie supt, I'ier A, 

docks. 

Oliver John C, grrocer cor 50th and SV-. 
Oliver Joseph G. restr and fish 2524 D. 
OMVKK TVPRVVRITER AOK^'CY, The 

5 E Slaughter Co Agents, 315 21st 
(See pane 471.) 

Olympia Pressing- Cluh, 2218% D. 

Opera Glass The (weekly), R C Johnson 

6 Co publrs, 1508 C. 
Oppermann Henrv C. tinner 1811 U. 
Oltourke R & Co (James B .McKenna. 

Martin Kelly, P^dward A Collerain). 

whol liquors 2028 B. 
OUT W.n F, Real Kitate Dealer XfU^T. 

Ave M. 
Ort & Zingelmann (Wm F Ort, Louis Zin- 

t.'elmann). Oleander .Sales, (Jarage anri 

Transfer Co 2322 PnstofTice ( .\ve K). 
Oshman Ansel, dry goods 2522 D. 
OTT JOH.V C, Marble. Cranlte and Tile 

Works 2109-11 Ave I. 
Owen Wm H H, cigars 501 23d, 
Owens Wm H, depy \J .S marshal Post- 
office bldg. 
Oxford Hotel, Mrs Mary McTjachlin propr 

2116 F. 
Pabst Brewing Co, Moritz Brock agt. 

1727 A. 
Pabst Fred C. real est 2304 B. 
I'abst Oscar C, phvs 202 Trust bldg. 
I'abst Produce Co (.\lbert (J I'abst). 

whol grocers 2205 );. 
Piiganucoi P^rank. grocer 2701 F. 
I'aijeaii Edward J, grocer 4501 H. 



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i"Ai,At:io i.ivi:iiv, iioAi{i>iN(; * s.vi.ks 
.ST.VIII.I';.'*, .\ndre\v J I'raler I'ropr, 
2314-16 I'ostoltice (Ave 10). (See page 
4 60.) 

Palemo.stoo Joseph, grocer 3302 G. 

Palm House. H A P^nglish propr, 1909 
25th. 

Palmetto Hotel, Mrs M L. Kelly propr, 
303 i/i 23d. 

Panama Hotel. J W Spangenberg propr, 
206 25th. 

Panatoni Giuseppe, grocer 3901 L.. 

Pappas Andrew, confr 1921 Market. 

Pappas Chrlstos n, restr 2508 E. 

I>.\(II'I>' FKI.I.V. ronRuHIni: and An- 
alytical Chemist 305 'i 22a. (See right 
side lines). 

Park Francis .\. city assessor and col- 
lector Citv Hall. 

Park Garage ( Wm D Updegraff. George 
W Huff), 2317 G. 

Park Hotel, Mrs Gussie Funk propr, 2016 
G. 

Park W G Co (Inc), W G Park pres, 
stevedores Pier B. 

Parlato & Novelli (Frank Parlato, Tony 
.Vovelli), oysters 2617ii D. 

I'.VRH WM »t CO (Wm I'nrr, Tbomaa H 
I'hillips). Steamship -Vgents, Building 
.Materials, Importers 2102 Strand (..^ve 
B). 

Partrick Wm D, phys 221214 D. 

Pasquale Paul, grocer 1327 B. 

I'ATTEN FRANK C. Mhrarian RoHen- 
berg Library nw cor Tremont (23d) 
.and .\ve I. 

Patton Lowell R. l.awver 319 City Natl 
Bank bldg. 

P>auls Peter (i. cotton exporter 2116 B. 

Pearce J E Ct>ntracting .S: Stevedoring 
Co (Inc). John E I'earce pres. Pier 25. 

PK.VRCK J F, FOR\VARUIN(i CO (O R 
Seagraves. W V Beers). Freight For- 
warders 316 Security Bldg. 

Pearlstein Philip, phys 312 Trust bldg. 

Pekin Restaurant. Gee Joe rniigr. 2401 D. 

People's Bank The (Uninc), W B WalliK 
pres, Henry Schroeder cashr, 311 22d, 

People's Loan & Homestead Co The (cap- 
ital $125,000). F L Lee pres, Frank 
Jones and I Lovenberg vice-pres, Gus 
I Arnold sec and treas, 2124 C. 

Perceval Charles A .S, British consul 
2104 ',<: Strand. 

Perich Thomas, grocer 3301 I. 

Perl Wm. clothing 316 20th. 

Perrett Wm H, chief of police City Hall. 

Perrino Ross, meats 723 33d. 

Perry B H & Co, J M Hopkins agt, cot- 
ton exporters 2S02 C. 

Perthuis Produce Co (Edmond Perthuis), 
2025 B. 

Perthuis Wm. clothes clnr 1807 D. 

Perussina .-\ngelica Mrs, grocer 3227 Tj. 

I'KTKRS tl,.VRK.VCF. 'W, I'ropr I'yro 
Paint Co 1506 .\ve M. (See page 469.) 

Peters Otto K. phys 302 Trust bldg. 

I'etersen Louis, wood dealer 3011 M. 

Petersen Valdemar, real est 2218 E. 

Peterson -\nton C. restr 2015 C. 

Peterson John A, cigars 2T)04 D. 

Peterson Michael, express 1920 Church. 

Petropol Demetre, whol oonfr 4028 J. 

Pettewav & Petteway (Albert and John), 
clothes clnrs 2428 E. 

Pferdmenges, I*reyer & Co, Paul Klewitz 
mngr, cotton buyers 211(5 Strand. 

Phoenix Iron & Steel Co (capital $10,000). 
Leonard .Toseph pres and treas, Jules 
Block sec, 3926 G. 

Phoeni.x Waste Mnfg Co (capital $40,- 
000). Leonard Joseph pres and treas, 
Ben Sass vice-pres. Jules Block sec, 
waste mnfrs 3926 G. 

PICHARD VICTOR T, MercbandiNc 
Broker and .Sales Agent 2304 Str.and 
(Ave 15). 

I'ICTOV D M & CO (Davl<l M I'lotoo. 
Albert N Peckham. H P Clark). Con- 
tractors, River and Harinir Impri.)ve- 
ments 915 American Natl Ins Bldg. 

Pierce F^ordyce Oil Assn, John .\ Solari 
Jr agt, HI 25th. 

Pieri Frank A, grocer 1402 H. 

Pierson Andrew L. clothing mnfr 2317 1>. 

Pierson M A Co. (Marcus .A. I'terson). frt 
forwarders 118 City .N'all lianli hldg. 

Pillow Robert L, lawyer 419 City Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Pittsburg Steel Co. Pier 39. 

Plitt Cora Mr.s. meats 3702 K. 



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Cu, "The Mercantile .\geiicy.'- 1-3 i'.e> - 
mershoft'er Bldg, (See l)ottom ed^re 
and left top lines.) 

Po'lnard John B. grocer 3002 P 

Pond E Alden. real est 313 i'2d. 

Poole Thom.as A, meats 4213 I 

Pope Thomas P, baths 2714 R'-i. 

Porretto Frances Mrs, grocer 8d'2 J. 

Port Bolivar City Co. Lewis P Feather- 
stone pres, Wn> C Brothers treas, real 
estate 211 23d. 

Port Bolivar Iron Ore Ry Co, L P Feath- 
erstone pres, 211 23d. 

Pos l^ernard, pi.anos 1S02 MHr. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co, .\ A Davis 
mngr, 213 21st. 

Poulas .\nest, fruits 317 21st. 

Pratali Fred, grocer I'L'S N, 

PR.\TKR U.NDKRT.\KI>G CO (Andrrw J 
Prater), Funeral l»irectors. Unrier- 
takers and Embalmers ISOl Postotlice 
,\ve E). (See page 460) 

Pratorius Harry A, ice ilealer 3124 P, 

Price Alexander, mnfrs' agt 304 Security 
bldg. 

Price George F, steamship agt 311 23d 

Price L B Mercantile Co, W M Snip,r3 
mngr, installment goods ISOl E. 

Prosch Bornhard H. baker 4001 MU. 

PRUDENTIAL OH, COMP.V.VY (Capital 
$35,000), C B Leclere Pres, Wm .\ 
Phillips Vice- Pres and Treas, J M W 
Jones .Sec, I'etroleum and Its Products 
3201 Mech.anic (Avt- C), (See page 470, ) 

I'RUE.SNNER J II. FInrlHt 'iO'H Market 
(Ave D). 

Pullman Co The. C Z Magnam agt. Union 
Depot bldg. 

Pullos Evageles. restr 16 20th. 

Puis Wm F. delicatessen 23 Citv Market 

I'urcell & Co (James r Purcell), whol 
grocers 20O2 i;. 

Purdy Dro.s (.\<ldison W and John S). 
books 2217 I). 

I'YIIO PAINT CO, C \\ Potern Propr, 
Paint Mnfrs 1506 Av>- .M. (See page 
■ 469.) 

Quaid John E. lawy. r 207 Security bldg. 

Quixternik Matter., grocer 5027 J. 

Queen Theatre. Texas .\museinent Co 
l'ro|>rs, 2107 Market. 

Quong Sing, laundry 2716 D. 

Quong Sun Lee. '_^hinese goods 2716 D. 

Ragone (Senaro, grocer 1428 M'i. 

Railton John H, roofer i.'or 44tli and I, 

Ralston Jo.seph C, plivs 113 City Natl 
Bank hldg, 

Ramakers Louis C. I'lksiiiith 16 19lh. 

Randall Edward. iih\s 900 .\merican 
.VatI Ins bldg, 

Ranieri Vincente. grocer 3227 R, 

Raphael John, grocer 1627 H. 

Ratisseau Wm L. plumber 3812 P, 

Keading .Austin W, meats 703 44th, 

Real p;state Loan t.'o icapital $250,000). 
R Waverley Smith pres. Frank Jone.s 
and .\ .s .Vewson vice-pres, I Loven- 
berg sec and treas, 22'il B. 

Itecse Thomas .S. associate Justice Court 
of Civil .Appeals 702 20th. 

I^eid & McCuIlough (Silas D and .Asa 
Reid. Wm K McCuIlough), ootLOii ex- 
IJorters 2205 V- B, 

Reifel Charles J, ice dealer 1404 37th. 

Iteifel Robert, ice dealer 2823 K. 

Reifel Walter R, ice d.-aler 3727 M. 

Reiser Andrew, grinder 112 20th, 

RELIANCE COFFEE & .SPICE CO (l.NC; 
Capital $10,000), Thadd. us C Brown 
Pres, FIdward McCarthy Vice-Pres, 
Samuel McCarthy Srfc and Treas, Im- 
porters and Roasters of Coffees. Whole- 
sale Dealers in Teas, .Spices, Etc, 2210 
Mechanic (Ave C), 

Remington Typewriter Salesroom. H L 
Rudnick mngr, 313 22d, 

Rendon Nicholas V. meats 814 42d, 

lll'.X STEAM L.\f.M)ItV CO (I.VC: Capi- 
tal $20,000), (ius .\. Amumlscn Jr I'res. 
O C Rledrich Vice-1'res, T H L.awrence 
Sec and Treas. 1901 to 1907 .Mechanic 
(.Kve C), (See page 169.) 

lieydei- George A. produce 2327 B 

Reyes .\nianrla .Mrs, gnieer 352S G. 

l<l'.l^IEI(SI(OI''FI':ll .lOilN. lOxportrr and 
Importer [•'eediug StulTs. Etc. Austro- 
Hungarian Consui. 21":"',,. Strand (.Ave 
ID. (See page 469.) 

Rhode Charles N, cigars 2228 D. 

Riccotjono Jolin. grocer 2402 H. 

Uice FZdwin E. in.siir.'itire 2124 C. 



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Riche Charles S. colonel in chiir;;e L' S 
enjifinoers 40ti Trust Ihidp:. 

Ridseway Hotel The. John F Lawrence 
propr. 2001 23(1. 

Riiigh Edward I), cement contr 4208 J. 

Rinker Jam'--': T>, \-et .surgeon fill 3o<l. 

Ripley Daniel & Vo (Daniel Uii>ley. Wal- 
ter T Smith), steamship asts 24 Marine 
bldg. 

Ritter i.m, restr 2109 C. 

Ritzier Henry, erocer 1102 22cl. 

Robertl Ignazio. itrocer 322S H. 

Robertson Georpre. coiifr 3002 X. 

Robertson Herbert A. county treas Court 
House. 

Robinson Georse R, plumber 2003 E. 

Rogers Alfred, blksmith 2.=i24 C. 

RoKers Claude S. blk.sniith 714 29th. 

Rogers John D & Co (.W R .V Roerers. C 
A Vedder). cotton factors 2128 I'.. 

Rosrers John 1'. oyster farm and restr 
Broadway w of citv limits, 

HOHANO PETFR V, 'WhoIeMulp FruKx. 
Produce and I'oultrv 2017 Strand (Ave 
E). (See paee 470.) 

IIOMANO P V A CO ( I" ■»' Honinno. I) K 
S^acslll). Stevedores and Contractors 
cor Broadway and Cth. (See papre 470). 

Roper Josephine D Mrs, clothes clnr 627 
23d. 

Rosen & Friedman (David Rosen, Charles 
Friedman), bakers 3fi01 H. 

Rosenbaum J Grain Co. I' A Crane ninf;r. 
33 Marine bldsr. 

ROSEIVnEKl; I.lllltAitV, John SpnI.v 
Pres, F L Lee Vice-l'res. I LovenhiiK 
.Sec, Capt J r Alvey Treas. t'rank C 
Patten Librarian. n\v cor Tremont 
1 23d) and Ave I. 

Rosenberg Solomon, men's furnprs 260,=; D. 

Rosenthal Alphonse ,T. special dep.v ct)lh* 
U S custom.- cor 2.'tii and F. 

I<0$SI DAVID. I'reN >«.-n>vnll Druu Store, 
Agent Hou.'.toii Ici' <fc Urcwins; Co. 112 
Tremont ( 23d). 

Rossler K & Co (Houston). l>arbers' sup- 
plies 2120 E. 

Rowley Frac.ces, phvs 403 City Natl Bank 
bldg. 

Rowley Wrn Electric Co (Wm Rowley). 
2318 D. 

Royal Cafe (Charles Garhelich, Joseph 
Juretich), restaurant 221 23d. 

Royston Mart H, lawyer 206 Security 
bldg. 

Ruhl Julius H, phys 2119 V. E. 

Runge Henry J, capitalist 213 22d. 

Runge Henr.s J jr. inecii engr 213 22d 

Russo Antoine. grocer 3701 O. 

Ryan Ed V & Co (I';dw!ird V Rvan), ins 
214 Security bldg. 

Sachs Hugo whol lumber 213 Securitv 
bldg. 

Sacre.d Heart .\cad(^my. under direction 
of Domini-^an Sisters. ],'>2r. U. 

Safos Bros (Thomas and Nicholas), 
cigars 260.5 D. 

Safos Stephan. confr 2627 I). 

ST CKAKL.K?> HOl'KI,. (' l> MorrlNon 
Propr, 2309 Cliurch (Ave K), 

St Gullhem Eugene, grocer !.'il4 35th. 

St Joseph's Academy, under direction Sis- 
ters of Divine Providence. 2212 K. 

St Mary Joseph, cotton buyer 2205 V4 C- 

St Mary's Intirmary & .Sanitarium, under 
supervision .Sisters of Charity of the 
Incarnate Word, 701-727 I). 

St Mary's T.'niversitv, under direction 
Jesuit Fathers. Rev Father E A Fields 
pres. Rev M F (Jronin sec and treas. 
I from 13th to 14th. 

St Nicholas Hotel, Mrs S A Mays propr, 
320 20th. 

Sakowltz Bros (Tobias and Simon), 
clothing 2113 D. 

Sakowitz Louis, men's furngs 319 20th. 

Salyer Bftnjamin F. meats 2102 27th. 

2<AL.ZMA!MIV ,\ (Mr.H < I. .Salzniann), Jew- 
eler and Optician 2215 I'ostoffice (Ave 
E). (See page 470.) 

Samois Georg'-, r^str 230.S Seawall blvd. 

Sample Shoe < 'o (fnc; .Ma.x Zehrak, Max 
Clark), 21)21 C. 

S.amuels Emanuel, cigars 308 23d. 

San Antonio Hotel. Mr.s R T Hodine 
propr, 20O'.' - . K. 

Sanders D IVt .1. lestr 314 2fith 

SA>DS AN.NA \t MltS, l>r<>|iri<*t<ir .Sea- 
side Motel 23()2-23(lx .\v.- Q. Ileach 
Boulevard Hotel 2202-2212 Ave Q, and 
Gulf View Hotel 2303 Ave (j. 

Saphos & K'dlnros (.Mexaniler Saphos, 
Kaharios KoUnros). restr .'lO'; 23d. 



Sappington Harr\ ' t. piiys 221 S'^. K. 

Saratoga Restaurant (Louis La Barbera, 
Salvadore -\.iena), 2112 )>. 

Saslavsky .A.aron. clothing 2616 P. 

Sattler Adam, wagonmkr 302 19th. 

Sattler George R. baker 292S N. 

Savings & Loan Co (capital $150,000). 
John N Stowe pres. .1 S Montgomery 
vice-pres, Wm Selkirk sec and treas, 
203 Tremont (23d). 

Sawamura Hachiro. restr 314 23d. 

Schadt Wm, bldg material 2801 C. 

SCH.\F,FRR BitOS (Frank J and Joneph 
F), Wholesale Bakers 1921-23 Market 
(Ave D), Retail 1921-23 Market (Ave 
D), 2627 Ave L and 409 21st. (See 
page 470.) 

Schaper August C. dairy 7 mi w of city. 

SCHKIDT OTTO, Imiierial German Con- 
sul 416-417 Security lUdg. 

Schembre Louis V, grocer 2001 E. 

SCHIBMER THRODORIO, Lawyer :M>,%Vi 
22d. (See adv in Legal Blue Book 
Dept.) 

-Schirmer Wm J. meats 3415 M. 

Schlinger Benedict, umbrella repr 2008 E. 

Schmidt August F, dairy 6402 R'/i. 

Schmidt Bros (Ernest F. Hans B and 
Frederick D), blksmiths 2402 F. 

.Schmidt (leorge W jr. meats 1712 21st. 

.Schmitz Frank .\. cigar mnfr 614 21st. 

Sohmitz Frank J, clothes clnr 614 21st. 

Schneider Bros (Charles .A Schneider), 
grocers 202S G. 

Schneider George & Co (Louis and Fred 
Schneider), whol litiuors and cigars 
2110 P.. 

SCHNEIDER WM & CO (Wm Spbneliler 
Estate, W^m H Schneider), (."otton Mer- 
chants 16 Cotton Exchange Hldg. (See 
page 471.) 

SchoerTler Paul, dairy cor liVj and 57th. 

Sciiornstein Jacob, clothing 2421 Market. 

Sohott Charles V. drugs 3302 O. 

Schott Justus J, drugs 2013 I). 

Schramm Harry V. express 31S Tremont. 

Schroeder Charles H P. real est 2304 B. 

Schuessler Charlos A, creamery 1323 
27th. 

Schutte Charles J, baker 3427 K. 

.Schutte W H & Co (Wm H Schutte & 
Co), plumbers 2313 G. 

SCHW.\B FRED * SONS (Frederick. 
John Jacob .and Clifford). House .Mov- 
ers and Raisers .SOS '/^ 33il. (See page 
471.) 

-Schwartz R & Cu (Uichai'd Schwartz, 
Barney Rieman. Henry Tinterow). 
clothing 2005 C. 

Scotch ^^'oole^ Mills (Jo. -lames .\ and 
F Gainer mngrs. tailors 2620 1 >. 

Scott George, restr 2328 C. 

Scott Thomas B, real est 2206 C. 

ScouUis An.'istas, confr 2003 C. 

Seaboard Lumber & JEilling Co (capital 
$50,000), J H Langbehn pres anrl treas. 
C R Cumniings vice-pres, \V C Huff 
sec, 2602 F. 

Seaboard Rice & Milling Co (capital 
? 100.000). Waters S Davis jr pres, John 
Sealy vice-pres. P H Wilson sec and 
treas, ir from 40th to 41st 

.Seal.v Hospital, (Jlara S Shackford supt, 
814 B. 

.Seaside Hotel, ]Mrs A iX Sands propr, 
2302-8 Ave Q. 

.Seawall Drug Store ( [no), David Rossi 
pres and treas, Frank S Rockford sec 
and mngr, 2428 D. 

Seawall Optical Co (Wm J and Julius F 
Krueger), 2427 D. 

Seawall Specialtv Co (Jack it Wolff 
Harry S Braum). mnfrs' agts 2202 N. 

SKll HITV H( II.DING CO (Cnitital lilKH),- 
1)110). Maco Stewai't I 'res. W C Morris 
Sec. Land Owners 207-212 Securitj' 
Bldg. 

Securitv Home Investment Co (capital 
$30,00(1). It J Warth pres. James A 
Hawkins sec anrl treas. real est 420 
-Vmerican Xatl Ins bldg. 

Security Investment Co due), Maco 
.Stewart pres. \V C Morris sec and 
treas, 207 Securit\' l)ldg. 

Security Trust <^o (capital $300,000). F 
G I'ettllione iu''-s. \V" S Kcenan Vice- 
pres. Wm L Mood.\- jr i-iiairman of 
board, Malcolm 'ir-aham shc .and treas, 
300 American Xatl Ins bldg. 

S.if.'rt F.lix .1, ii-str 2105 25th. 



SI;1NSHE!MV;R J F Jt <«> (J Fpllmon 

Seinsheimer). General Insurance Agts 
and Surety Bonds 2302 Strand (Ave B). 

Selkirk Wm M. poultry breeder 1814 Ave 
M. 

Semi-Weekly Farm News. A H Belo & 
Co [lublrs. J F Lubben mngr, 2108-14 
Mechanic (Ave C). 

Senechal Louis W, grocer 1602 G. 

Senne Wm C, clothes clnr 412 20th. 

Settle Florence, dancing school 2111V. E. 

S.'ttle Hart H. grading contr 3202 Q. 

Settoon Theodore C. mirror resilverer 
614 1.. 21st. 

S<ilTCbvICH S * CO (Stephen F Sgtt- 
covich), Steamshii> -Agents 20-24 Cot- 
ton Exchange Bldg. (See page 471.) 

SH.\W M W * SONS (Mirhael W, AVm 
A. Charles T and Michael W Jr), Jew- 
elers, Engravers and (")pticians 321 Tre- 
mont ( 23d). (See right side lines.) 

Shaw Thad. phys ,SOO Am Natl Ins bldg. 

Shean Paul Plumbing Co (Paul Shean), 
2021 B- 

Shelbon Bertha, restr 422 25th. 

Sheldon John W. ice dealer 1528 MVi- 

Shelton David T. printer 2609 L. 

Shelton Simeon H, clothes clnr 2406 H. 

Shenmoto Kini, confr 2326 E. 

Shepard It Chinn (Travis Shepard, Emile 
Cliinn), tailors 2704 F. 

Shepherd Frank G. bookhind.-r 21SH' 23d. 

Shields Daniel L, upholsterer 912 G. 

■Shumate Wm L. lawver 319 21st. 

Shwiff & Levine (Alfred Shwiff, Max 
Levine), men's furngs 206 21st. 

.Sias Itobert il. county surveyor Court 
House. 

Sillierman Louis, tailor 2221 E. 

.'-ilh.erm.an tt Krandel (Louis Silherman. 
Isifior Kr.andel). ladies' tailors 208 
Trust bldg. 

Sims Hose I,, milliner 617 22d. 

Singer Bertha iirs, clothes clnr 620 21st. 

singer Jacob, fire ins 2126 P. 

Singer Sewing Macliine Co. W B Evers 
mngr. 2113 E. 

Singleton .Albert O. phvs 226 City Natl 
Hank bldg. 

Sivori (Jiovanni B. grocer 1302' 19th. 

Sk.-irke .Mary .Mrs. bakery 709 43d. 

Skiro Frank, fruits City Market. 

Skiro Joseph, fruits Cit\' .Marl^et. 

Skulos George, confr 321 25th. 

SI.Al «illTi;R S F. CO 'IHi; (Samuel K 
Slaughter*. Typewriters ami Supplies 

315 21st. (See Ilal;e 471.) e 

Smith Council H. grocer 2M12 G. 

Smith Kflward .1. loans 2422 C. 

Smith Frederick C. loans 424 2nth. 

Smith Isa.ac E. ph,\s fiii2 l.'Ith. 

Smith Joseph G. men's furngs 2110 E. 

SIIITII J I' Jt llltOTUEK (.lohil F Smith), 
Sash. l)oi>rs. filinds. Painters' Sup- 
plies, ['.uilrlers' Hardware. Etc, 2323 
Stranfl (.\ve B). 

SiTiith L (.' T.vpewritcr Co. (Ilasscock Of- 
fice Supply Co genl agts. 205 23d. 

Snug Haibor Hotel. T V "TitM-nan propr, 
222H Q. 

Snyiler .\llen W, citrars 320 25th. 

Sonfdta \'aUey Land & Colonization Co 
(Inc), W.alter Gresham pres. Charles 
P Macgill sec, 309 Tremont. 

Soriano George, restr 2802 Church. 

Sorrells & Sweeney (M I! Sweenev), 
freight l>rokers 30 Marine bldg. 

SOI'TH Ti;\.\S S'l'.VTE II.\NK (Capital 
Paid ill $100.0110), J P Alvey ['res. C 
G Sweet Cashr. J Carroll Alvey Asst 
Cashr. 2207-9 Market (Ave D). (See 
I)age 461.) 

Southern Company The. O R Seagraves 
gen! agt. freight concentrators 316 Se- 
curity bldg. 

Southern i.'ompress & Warehouse Co. 
George H JIcFadden & Bros proprs. 
29th ;ind Mechanic. 

.Southern Pacific (~'o. "Morgan Line" 
steamships. H M W'ilkins genl agt 
Marine bldg. 

Southern Tea .t Coffee Co (capital J)5,- 
000). E L Flowers pres, ((eorgn C Schub 
vice-pres. t-1 V ."-chub ."^ec and treas, 
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.Souza .loscpli, restr 2715 Market. 
Stiero Dominic, fruits 25 City Market. 
Spiros .Andrew, fruits 519 21st. 
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Sprinsfi- Oscar, printer and binder 2121 
iiti'and. 

Sproule I> & Co ( Benno Sproule, Charle; 
O I^uhmannK fi-ci^iii bi*okers 21 Cot 
ton Kxcii bld^:. 

Stafford Brooks, phj-s 2015V- Market. 

Stafford Wm J[, cotton broker 2109 >^ ile- 
clianic. 

Stair Hotel The, Henry Toujouse propr. 
423 Treniont. 

Stanley Alfred, paints 2109 PostofBoe. 

Stanley J^imes P Mrs, confr 2017 llarket. 
Stanton Edwin O, mdse broker 2304 
Strand. 

Stanton Wool*>n Mills (Charles Peetz). 
tailors 2322 Market. 

Star Drug- Store (C J llichaelis. G H 
Wilder, W A Hushes), .-.02 Treniont. 

Star Loan Co, chattel loans 2420 Me- 
chanic. 

Star Picture Theati'e, 15 \V Le Comte 
ppopr. 2515 ^larket. 

Starley VVra F. phys 2119i,i Postofflce. 

Stathakos Kros (Georse and Louis), 
confrs 21€ 2,=ith. 

Stathakos John, confr 2103 Postoffice. 

Stathakos & Andres (John Stathakos, 
Spiros Andres), confrs 527 21st. 

Stavenhajren K & Son (Ernest and Ernest 
jr>, whol grocers 2114 Strand. 

Stavrod Hai'ry. confr 2725 Market. 

Stechmann Charles \V, electrician 2026 
Winnie. 

Stedlngr Charles H. tlorist 3521 O. 

Ste<lintf Ilei man. bilker 3H27 O. 

STKELI-: J HARVKV « (>iteele & Ander- 
son), Pres The J H AV Steele Co. Pres 
Texas City S S Co. Vice-Pres Texas 
Bank & Trust Co, 220 21st. 

STKKLK J H \\ <«» THIO (I.V't). J Har- 
vey \V Steele [*res. J K Dillon an<l J D 
Hardin Jr (Xew ( irleans. La) Vice- 
Pres. C W Stone-Burner Sec and Asst 
to Pres. Knut <J Johnson Ti-eas, For- 
eign Freight and Forwardin.i^ Afjents, 
Genl' riffice Fox Kids; 220 21st. (Sec 
page 472.) 

Steele TowinK & Wreckinct Co (Inc), J H 
W Steele pres. 22n 21st 

STIOKLK « ANUKRSO.V (J H \V Steele, 
T J Anderson). Wholesale P>unker 
Coal Fox Hlds: 220 21st. 

Stefani ^'onstantino, grocer 2901 O'A. 

STKIX ADOIjI'H. >Infr !>bon' CoHes, Ilank, 
Otlice and Store Fixtures and Kefrif^- 
erators IHO'.i-ll Market (.^ve In. 

Stein Herin.nn () (Hutchine-s. Seal.v & 
Ci>), (Mtv tieas lie cor 24th antl .strand, 

STKI.\ I.S.AAC A. .Sec, Treu.s nu<l iienl 
Mni^r (:alv^■ston Krewinji- Co, 33d from 
Church (Ave F) to Postofhce (Ave E). 

.Steiiibach CrOM (Charles F and Wm F), 
bakers 340(5 H, sjrocers 1501 37th. 

Stell John H, loans 222 Treniont. 

Stelzel Richard, grocer 302S M. 

.Stewart Forrest E, real est 2401 Post- 
ofhce. 

Stewart James, wood yard 2519 H. 

Stewart John, cotton liuyer 2116 Strand. 

Stewart Loan Co (Inc). Maco Stewart 
pres. W C Morris sec and treas, 207 
Securit.v bids. 

STK'WAIIT 3IACO .VXIJ MlXOIt, l-awjerM, 
.Mso Abstracts of Land Title Security 
Bldff. (See pag-e 4 57.) 

•iTEWAUT TITLK (; U AILV-VTY CO 

(Capital Paid U|) $300,000), ,Maco Stew- 
ai't Pres, W C Mt^rris Sec and Treas, 
Security Bids?- (See page 457.) 

Stewart T W & Co (Thomas W Stewart), 
cotton exporters 2022 'i Strand. 

.Stewart Wm P. local forecaster U ,S 
Weather Bureau jOS Trust bids. 

Stislich Valentin, srocer 902 Church. 

Still Herman T. osteopath 4th 11 Amer- 
ican Natl Ins bids. • 

ST<»LZ ilfc I'KTKU.SK.V (I.VC: Cuilital *.10.- 
000), Ilobf-rt \ Stolz Pres. John P 
T'eterson Vice- 1 'res. iOusene G Rosen- 
thal Sec and Treas. (irain and Hay, 
Feed Mnfrs, Ktr, 31st and Mechanic 
(Ave C). 

STOWK .lOHV N Jt CO (.lohu \' Stowe), 
rjeneral Insurance 2301 Strand (Avf B). 

Stowe & Stowe (Georse B and Ellwood 
E). architects 309':.. 22d. 

Street )lobert G, district judse Court 
House. 

.Strunic Henr.v. meats 1527 Winnie. 

Struve p .1. emi>lovm.-nt otilce 4071,2 2Ist. 

STUnil.S JAMK.S li .l.Nn CII.VIII.E.S J, 
Lawyers 212 22d. 



Studdert & Balrty ( P J Studdert. F U 

Baldy). srocers 2102 Broailwa.\'. 
•Sucich Anselo, srocer 152S L. 
Sucich Vito. srocer 3227 P^s- 
Suderman & Dolson (Charles T Suder- 

man, Ben Dolson jr), stevedoi-es 2 Ma- 
rine Bids. 
Sullivan John D, dairy cor R and 59th. 
Sullivan Timothy, real est 305 22d. 
Sun Lee. laundry 2622 ^[arket. 
Sundt Albert, dentist 2111K Market. 
Surf Bath House, M G McCormick mnsr. 

Beach and 33d. 
Surf Hotel. Claud C Belmont propr, 32d 

and Boulevard. 
SWin;T C G. Cashr SoHth Texas State 

Bank 2207-9 Market (Ave D). 
Swift & Co, Jolin J Niedermann mnsr, 

whol meats 2307 A. 
Sykes Georse S, phys 2015 "Market. 
Tabaracci Joseph, srocer 272."! L. 
Tabb Walter G. real est 2510 P. 
Tannenbauni Joseph M, tailor 405 24th. 
Tantillo Carnielo, srocer 3501 QVj. 
Tartt Bolins G, real est and live stock 

breeder 70t! Tremont. 
Tarver, Steele & Co, G W Hardin mng;r, 

cotton exporters 20 ilarine bldg". 
Tauch Herman, cutler 6(>7 Tremont. 
Taylor Eustace Cotton Co (eaiiital SIO,- 

000), Eustace Taylor yircs. Irwin Dail>' 

sec and treas 2116 Strand. 
Tellefson John C, life ins 2126 Strand. 
Termini Joseph, srocer 2C2S Q. 
Terry. Cavin & Mills (J W Terry, E D 

Cavin. Ballinser .Mills), lawyers 2322 

Strand. 
Teutenbers ,Toseph F. ice dealer 714 Sth. 
Texas .Xmusenient Co (Inc; capital ^20,- 

000), K H Hulsey pres, S T .McDonald 

sec and treas, owners Queen Theatre 

2109 Marijet. 
Texas-.\rizona Miniim & Jlilliiis Co. .\ .\ 

(joodwin pres, Dr C H Wilkinson vic^- 

pres and .actins' sec, K Kaltenl)ach 

treas, 2120 Mechanic. 

it:x,\s n.VMv & Tm»iT co (Canitai 

.5200.000; .Surplus am) Undivided Pmlits 

$450,000). I H Kerapner T're.s, C H 

Moore and J H W Steele Vice-Pres, H 

Lee Kempner Cashr. .Xusust Kleinecke 

and .Altdumse Lion .\sst (^ashrs. 2202 

.Market (Ave D). (See pa.ee 461.) 
Texas Bottlins Works, Mrs Mnrie i'> 

M.'irschner propr. 1914 ^leciianic. 
TKX.\s iak.m:<;ik stioiji. as.sn. c \ 

Markle I'rt-s. F V. .\Iarkle \'ice-Pres. «' 
H Munnis Sec ami Tre.as, Steel and Iron. 

Structural and liar ;*th l-'loor .American 

.Vatl Ins Bids. 
Texas City Land Co (capital $20,000). 

L T Erickson pres. AV ,S Broussard 

vice-pres. H M Fancher sec and treas, 

2202 Mechanic. 
Texas City Steamship Co (Inc). J H AV 

Steele pres, 220 21st. 
Texas do The, Charles K.ish ast, oils 

172S A. 
Texas Compress Assn. J H W .Steele treas 

and senl mnsr. 220 21st. 
Texas Consumers' Co ( K. I> .Takovich A 

Chionsini). coffee roasters 3S20 N". 
Texas C'ooperase Co (Inc; capital .?2n.- 

000), David Warriner pres, Ner Cleat<)r 

sec and treas, Piiilip H Cordon mns 

director, 3026 Ave D. 
Texas Cotton Seed Crushers' .Assn. C M 

Wolston inspector, 21((5 Strand. 
Texas Cotton Seed Products Co (Inc). 

Hans Guldmann pres. A Q Petersen 

vice-pres. 424 .Security bids. 
TKXAS KI,ECTRIC' fO-NSTIll fT»<)\ 

CO (Capital $1,000), A F lie Loach 

Pres, W D Bassett Sec .and .Tr^as. 

Electric Sisn Contractors 2424 Market 

(Ave D). 
Texas Ensineers' .Supply Co, .Samuel Ben- 

nison jr mnsr, 2010 Mechanic. 
TEXAS KXPORT & I>fPORT <0 (Capital 

$50,000),, D W Ki-mpiier I'r.-s. I'ail 

Eichenbers Vice-I'res and <;eiil Mn^r 

Stanley E KempniT Sec and Treas. 

Cotton .Seed Meal and Cal<e E.xporters 

319 22d cor Mal'kit (.Vve D). 
Texas Furniture Co (Sophia .and Harris 

P.rown). 2019 Postidlice. 
TE.YAS <;.VR.V<il'; I. Sam H«.v<l, .M C .Al.ra- 

hamsi. .\utom(»l>il>'S and ('.iirase ne cor 

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(Capital $30tl, 0(101. Jcitin Sealy Pr -s. 
K Waverley Smith Vice-I'res. J P 
.\lvev Sec and Genl Mnsr. 22('7-9 Jlar- 
ket (Ave D). (See pase 461.) 

Texas I„and Improvement t.'o (capital 
$25,000), Joseph il Smitli pres, Leo 
Nichols vice-pres. Josepli B Tonns •''ec, 
114 Securitv bids. 

TEX.VS I.AXIJ .t I.O.VX CO < Capital *r><u>.- 
000), Jolin Sealy Pres. Joseji'n l.i.l,;c 
Vice-Pres. J P .\lvey St-c an.l G^nl 
Mnsr. 2207-9 Market < .Ave O). (See 
pase 4 61.) 

Texas Loan Co, D G Brand ninjrr. 307 22d. 

Texas Produce & Commission ("^o (Na- 
thaniel and Tliomas H Spence. Mike 
Elire). 2409 Strnnd. 

TE.x.v.s sici;kt ^iet.m. a\<»rks. h g 

Garliade Propr, Mnfrs Fir.- T'roof IVjiivs 

and Windows 2624-26 .Mechanic (.Ave 

(,'l. (See pase 472.) 
Texas Star Flour Mills (Morris and KA- 

ward Lasker), ,A cor 21st. 
Texas Transport & Terminal Co, F H 

.Sag-e agt, 4 Marine bide. 
Texas & Gulf Steamship (.\» (capital 

$100,000), »v' A Guyton preS, C H Moore 

vice-pres, C L Kerr sei', R W.averley 

Smith treas, 311 Securitv bids. 
Theoliald Charles H, county aity Court 

House. 
Theobald John J. wasoiimkr C501 Me- 

elianic, 
Thiem Theodore, men's furnju?! 2(^18 :Me- 

<-hanic, notions 2.'.25 Market- 
Thomas Henr^', sheriff Court House 
Thomas Joshua T, clothes clnr 2406 H 
Thomjison James K. phvs .American N.-.tl 

Ins lilds. 
Tidemanii K & Co, cotton exporters 2*' 

M.arin.. bids. 
Tinterow Sol, nfitions 2626 ^larket. 
Tocbclman Edmund .A, stock and bond 

hroker. sec Inter-State Sales Co Amer- 
ican Natl Ins bids. 
Tom Wins, restaurant 2503 Market. 
Tonietti & Paoli (Gabriel T.-.nietti, .An- 

timio P.aoli), srocers 3701 Church. 
Torres Severo, restr 21'> 25tb. 
Toujouse Henry, whol lif^uors 421 Tre^ 

morit. 
Trachtonbers Kolman. junk 913 31st. 
Tramonte Jasper, meats ^27 H. 
Treaccar Heiman H. Iaw\er 305 ^js 22r.). 
Tremont Hotel, Tremont H^.t. 1 Co proprs, 

513 Tremont. 
Tremont Hotel Co (Inc: capit.il $100,- 

110"). (4eorse -S Ewdlt p.-es, Dr \\':n 

Gammon vice-pres. Santa A Kuther- 

f<ird sec ((inl treas. proprs Tremont 

Hotel 513 Tremont. 
Trifftn Charles S. srocer 2527 Winnie. 
Trinity & Brazos Valley !-;v Co, city tkt 

office 301 Tremont. 
Trostman R ^: .Son (Rudolph and Valeii- 

tine E), clothins 317 21st 
Trube Bros ((Jharles F jr). shoes 21"9 

Market. 
Trut)- Charles !•'. jeweler 2415 M.-irket 
Trueheart Charles W, phys 1704 K. 
Tschumy Herman M. pianos 3ui' Tremoct. 
TSCIHJMV L !• * CO (L I' Tsrhuinyi. 

Electrical Supjilies ami Cont r.actors 

2117 Postoftice (.Ave El, (Se,, pas>' 472) 
Tschum.v's I Roliert and A\'ni 'Tschumy- ». 

jeweleis 2115 .Market. 
Tucl<er Baldwin, real e.st 220f. ^f,-chonic. 
Tucker James 1'. phys 21'i7Vj Povtottice. 
Turner Troy H, furniture 2201 il'hurcli. 
Turnley Thomas C, lawyer 2C1IO14 Market, 
Tussup Grocery Co (capital J30.000), 

Julius Tussuj) pres, H .V Grirtin viee- 

ines, Georse Hardie sec an<l treas, 2125 

I'ostotiice. 
Cso Filiilei, srocer 1327 M. 
Ujfty-Koehler-Morsan Brok< r,isfi <;o ( .\t 

S Ujffy, Gustave A Koehler. \V .M .Mor- 

sati), (ndse brokers 21i''ti.^ .Aloch.anic. 
Fllm.ann Julius L, mnfrs a^t 2205*2 

Strand, 
rilniann, Stern & Krauss.- r Mosr'S Ull- 

mann. Morris Stern. Charles .V 

KrMusse). wliol sroc.-rs 2r,th anil .A 
I m)|;r\vo«d 'I'M-kw uitkh to. .v .m 

Hile Mnsr. 205 22d. 
Cnser Rudolph, srocer 41'>2 w 
l.'nion l-'ish .*i (ivster Co ( ,S A Aiena), 

isu:, .Market. 
Union IjOan Co. D W Maxwell propr. 4'i9 

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Uriion Passenger Statiuii. ct>i" 25th and 
^"trand. 

Unfofi SlauBhteriiig Co (capital $40,000). 
T F Maurin pies, A L Batjei' (Houston) 
tec, W K MoiTow (Houston) treas, 
Abbatoir 61st and County road. 

United CiKar Stores Co. R H Medbery 
mngrr, 2101 Market. 

United Fruit Co, T \V White mnsr. ba- 
fianas pier 19. 

United Produce Co. H F Gauldlns mnirr. 
21 City Marlcet. 

U S Appraisers Office 1925 Postoffice. 

U S Branch Hydropraphio Office. John W 
F Johnson elk in charg-e. 401 City Nut! 
Bank bldy. 

U S Corps of Engineers 4th fl Trust bldg. | 

United States Cotton Corporation (cap- 
ifil $100,000), H AV Kackb;uth pre.-;. 
'.""harJos ir^t Clair vice-pres, W'm J 
Walker sec and treas, cotton factors 
2304 Strand. 

U S Custom House cor 25th and Church. 

United States Fidelity & (5uaranty Co. 
L/OUis A Grelling jr mngr, 2204 Me- 
chanic. 

U S Immisration Service opp pier 10. 

U S Inspector of Hulls and .Steam Ves- 
sels cor 2."th and Cliurch. 

U S Life Saving Service 192.5 Postofnce. 

U S Marshal's OtBce cor 25th and Church. 

V S Public Health Service 205 City XatI 
FJank bldg. 

U S Weather Bureau 507 Trust bldg. 

United Ste.->.mship Co (Inc), H Itosle pres. 
J M Lykes vice-pres, treas-sec. 413 
Security bldg. 

University of Texas. Med Dept Strand 
and 9th. 

Urbana Gravel Co (Inc). F A Lan.gbehn 
fres, cor 34th and Ave A. 

I'KSVL.IM': AC AUICMV, rondlictert l.y the 
Orsuline " Sisters for Kitucalion of 
Young Ladies and Little Girls, i'.oard- 
ing and I>ay School. Mother Mary 
?'tanisluus Su[>er"ior. Ave X between 
;^5th and 27th. (See page 462.) 

Yaiani A & Co (Albert Vaiani, Louis 
Checchi), grocers 242S L. 

Vaiani Cesare. grocer 1902 X. 

Vaiani Eglna Mrs. grocer 1201 :\[. 

Valentine Victor, tailor 415 Treninnt. 

Valenzuela Josephine M Mrs, restr 2714 
Market. 

Valinendes Aleck, chile parlor 503 21st. 

Vamvas Nick, fruits 2401 Market. 

Van Alstyne .\lbert A. f«dg agent, 200 
.Security bldg. 

V.*M>KIll"<>«I, \\M A CO (^Vm Vander- 
>'Ool), Live Stociv r'ommission Mer- 
chants 5Sth and Church (Ave F>. 
'See page 472.) 

Varonte Win. confr 61 S Treniont. 

Vassillo Gerlando. restr 2615 Market. 

Vaudette Pietui'e Show, Mat Cinccr pi-opr. 
2103 Market. 

Vautrin I'eter J. concrete cotitr 2306 
.strand. 

VKNCI. & XI>IA (Krnnk Vrnel. Frnnk 
Zima). Importers Austrian (ioods. 
Smokers' Articles. Advertising Xovel- 
ties, Etc, 214 25th. 

VRRBKKK & CO, K R Mllroy niid M 
Baudoux Mngrs, (I'otton Buyers and 
Exporters 2102'/-.' Strand (Ave 1'.). 

Verkin Bros (Louis M. i'aul R and Mel- 
vin E). photogrs 403 21st. 

Vitkovlch John, produce 2013 Strand. 

VitraJio Joseph, fisli and oysters 413 20th. | 

VOICT HACKI.M? SHOl- THE (AllH-rt »» 
J Voigt). Machiiiisi.v. I'.rass Founders. 
C<xy-Acetylene Welding, h'tc. 2609 Me- 
chanic (Ave C). (See page 473.) 

Von Harten vt (Jlarlt (Frederick B Von 
Harteti, i^lton Clark), cotton e.tporteis 
2115V4 Strand. 

Vuoovich Chris, grocer 1427 Strand. 

With Long, laundry 611 Tremont. 

Walker Jonn C. lawyer 2206'/, Mech;inic- 

Witlker-Smith Co (Brow nwood). J I) 
Creath inngr. whol grocers s e cor A 
i>nd 24 th. 

Wall J Bates, real est 221S Market. 

'\V.\I.L,IS. CIIKIIIF. A: CO (.lobn (.- and 
John W Currie), cotton factors 210r",',i 
Strand (Ave B). 

W.-iUstein Flenrielta iirs, costunier Si'.t 
Sth, 

WiUzal Anton, Jeweler 270S Market. 

Wanskcr Morris, dry goods 2021 M.irket. 



Waples Lumber Co (capital $5o.0O0). J B 
W Burton pres, Paul Waples (Fort 
Worth) vice-pres. C I Waples sec and 
treas. 3102 Winnie. 

Warner Frederick, express 2016 Post- 
ofHce. 

Warren Fredk W. dentist 2117 Market. 

Warriner D & G (David and CTCOrge E). 
steamship agts 2204';; Strand. 

Warth Richard J. insurance 313 22d. 

Washington Courtney, life ins 2204 Me- 
chanic. 

Washington Edward, clothes clnr 2725 
Market. 

Wassam .A. Marion, phys 218 Citv Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Waters James S. acct 2218Vs Market. 



"»VK.\THEnlN«TOX CHARLKS A, Whole- 
sale Poultry and Kggs 2!f>(» Strand 
(.\ve B). 

Weaver Wm J. dairy 4627 R. 

Webb Frank. lawyer Am Xatl Ins bldg. 

Weekes Xicholns. city auditor City Hall 

Wegner Charles, cutler 305 loth. 

Wells Fargo & Co Express. Oney Burv 
agent. 2320 Market. 

Wells John, cotton broker 19 Cotton Ex- 
change bldg. 

Wenman John C, real est 2104'i. Strand. 

Werner George P, tinner 162S Winnie. 

Werner Henry, candy mnfr 917 Strand. 

Werner Louis Stave Co, J A Bollin nmgr, 
pier 12. 

Westerlace John H. grocer 112S Strand. 

Western Union Telegraph Co. Gustav 
Schultz mngr. 2)01 Strand. 

Wetter Henry, dairy, cor 59th and Q. 

Wheeler John T, lawyer 406 21st. 

White Israel Y, drv goods 1522 M. 

White Sign Co (E P, Harris, J D White), 
2317 Church. 

\\)riITK Z L A CO «Z Lewis 'i^bltr). 
Customs and Realty Brokers 211 22d. 

\^'h!teman \\'aUer J. cigars 40^ 21st 

Wichlep W & Co (Wm C J Wichlep). 
genl store 3S27 I. 

Wiesentlial Benjamin, shoes 2611 Marltet. 

\VII,KV & M<HOH,S CO THi: (i:vc>, 
(Capital $40,000), Wm Wile.v Pres, Fred 
W Chase Vice-Pres, John L .Sterling 
2d Vice-Pres. Fmil Eggers Sec and 
Treas. Warehousern-.-n and Fi>rwarding 
-Agents. Storage and Heav.v Hauling 
cor Strand (.\ve B) and 19th. (See 
page 473.) 

Wilkens & Biehl (R B Wilkens. C C 
Biehl), steamship .agents 2107 ile- 
chatiic. 

Wilkins George W. dentist 2215';. 
Market. 

\S'ilkins Lewis M. phys 2712 1.'. Market. 

Wilkinson Cary H, phys 2111i,.. Market. 

Willard Wm R. cigars 2027 Market. 

Williams .\ & R (.-Vlfied and Jlrs Ruth), 
hair dressers 523 Tremont. 

Williams Gary W, grocer 26ii2 Mechanic. 

Williams Samuel J. inen's furngs 2215 
Market. 

\\'illianis & Xeethe (Frank .A Williams. 
John X'eethe), lawyers 414 City Xatl 
Bank bldg. 

Willis Columbus S. undertaker 2401 
postoffice. 

Willis Wm .\.. d.-ntist 42fiU 25tli. 

Wilshusen Henry J. dry goods 1401 
Church. 

\\'ileson Eugene X. .\sst 'County Attorney 
Court House. 

Wilson Jesse X, dentist 21H4 Market. 

Wilson Joseph H, ins adjuster 201 Secur- 
ity bid. 

Wilson Joseph H. lawyer 319 21st. 

\Vilsou Webster D (c), lawyer 2512 1'. 
Maiket. 

Wilson & W^ebb (Daniel J Wilson, Jess 
L Webb), lawyers 417 City Natl Bank 
bldg. 

Wimhurst * Sons (Fred. George A and 
Freil F), paints 1S09 Market. 

V\"ing Lee. laundry 1923 Mechanic. 

\^ ISItOUT AIGV>>T IWlarndt tiraia Col, 
Operating Central Warehouse 2601 
Ave A. 

Wl.sltOU'l' <;I(.VIV CO I.VllKUit WlmroriO. 
Wliole.sale 'liain. Hay and Feed, also 
Elevator 2513 .Ave A. 

Wistinghausen otto F. drv goods "1502 
:!5tb. 

Witherspoon Charles E. drugs 2027 
Market. 

Witt .Io.^:eph. plumber 202 1 .Mechanic. 



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Wittiq- Frances L, decorative art store 

V03 Tremont. 
Wolston Clinton M. public wetK-lier 210." 

Strand. 
Wolston Richard W, real est 2124 Me- 
chanic. 
Worrall K C & Co (Kdwin r Worrall). 

cotton buvers 2022 Strand. 
WORTH ^VAl.f..VCK A, Coutrnvtor and 

Builder 230S 33d. 
Wupperman Richard L. whol t-narneled 

wai-e 2317 Mechanic. 
Young- Francis, biksmith 3402 H. 
Youns: Godfrey, house mover 2204 O. 
Youni^' Men's Christian Assn. J C I'al- 

nner sec. cor Tremont and Winnie. 
Youne's Wood Yard, T D Itichitrdson 

nina:r. 322S Market. 
YounK & Suderman (Jolin Tount;. Cliarles 

T Suderman), stevedores 311 21st. 
Zapp Robert jr, real est 209 Tremont. 
Zapp & Sweeny (Robert Zajip. J<din S 

Sweeny), real est 200 Tremont. 
Zeck Joseph C, real est Security bldsr. 
Zt-murray S.am, James !> Cash mng^r, 

banana importer 426 Security bids- 
Zerwekh August, butter and t-^^c-s 409 

21st. 
Ziesjler Henry L. freight broker 6 Marine 

bldg. 
Zima F X: Co (Frank Zima, Frank 

Vend), steamship tickets 214 2r>Lh. 
Zirnmermann & Co (Einil Zlmmermann). 

cotton exporters 213 Serurit> Iddg, 
Zin^-elmann Louis, wood yd 3>>2S F.Jroad- 

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GAXADO. 

I'opulation 750. An incorimrated city 
on the G. If. & S. A. Ky., in Jacki^on 
county, 10 miles east of Edna, the county 
seat and ii^ soutliwest of Houston. Is th^; 
smallest city in the United States havinir 
the commission form of f^ovprnmrnt. lla^^ 
Baptist. Catholic, (.'hristian. l-:piscoi»al. 
Lutheran. Methodist and Presbyterian 
churches, a lar^e rice mill, ricf -ware- 
house, 2 banks, electric light, cotton gin. 
machiiiH shops, ftc. A w*^pkly riew.^pap»"-r 
The Jackson County Indeju-udent irf pub- 
lished. T.-l., W. U, Exp., \\'.. F. & Co. 
Telephone connection. A. X, HulUngs- 
head, postmaster. 
.-\'r Dome. H K Wilson propr. 
Ashley Robert, dray age. 
^'.nrri H fntct. grnin. 
Barker Ira W, rice grower m se. 
Black John W. mngr W V Tel Co 
Black W R iSc Sons, rice *?rowers 1* m se. 
TSrown Clede 11, hay. 
Bryan Robert J, county svirv.-\or. 
Cato P H. rice grower 4 mi e. 
Christ Claude W. imr)lts and 
Citizens State Bank (capital 

Theo X Mauri tz pres, .lames 

vice-pres, Courtney F Comb* 
Clanp Klft-t H, well borer. 
Combs H H, rice grower D nii se. 
Cravens J R, physician. 
CHAAVFOKn <;K0U(;K W Ofjitula. <raw- 

ford it- Co}. Vt^tf-rinary Surgeon and 

Auctioneer. 
Crawford John C, Orayage. 
! >avila Ben. restaurant. 
Uavis Hf-njaniin P"", coni'r. 
I »ohbs .lanif s ('. )»hysician and druics 
Hod.^on Milton, restaurant. 
Dunlap Oliver II. cotton buyer. 
I>wigans A S, real estat*. 
Kgg I'^mil, k'etil store. 
LIVCIIKTT (;i:(ftK<;i': r. lOilitor JaokHun 

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First National Bank (capital $J5,000), 
.John K Harmon pres, Krnest V, Koch 
vice-pres. John D Stallworth cashr. 

Ganado Commercial Chib, J C Dobbs 
pres, C F Combs sec, 

Ganado Hardware Co (capital $!0.000). 
Fred Maurltz pres and mnsr. Tifield N 
Mauritz vice-pres, Harry Jlauritz sec 
and treas. 

GAXAnO HAV CO <C ^V Sllllman, A >' 
HollinRShead, Ray Toland). Wholesale 
Dealers in Hay, (3rain and Feed. 

Ganado Light and Power Co, H E AVilson 
mngr. 

Ganado Machine Shops, V K Christ propr 

Ganado Mill nnd Elevator Co (capital 
$60,000), L Ward pres. X Strauss vice- 
pres. T N Mauritz sec anl treas. Hex 
B White mngrr. rice mill. 

Ganado Telephone Exchange, O H Dun- 
lap propr. 

Garrett W B jr. rice srower 5 mi s. 

GlddlniTS H F. rice prower 9 mi se. 

Gilliam Wm T. pianos. 

Gulf Refining Co, A N HoUingshead agt, 
oils. 

Haines Willard. dairy 1 mi e. 

Hand H W. rice grower 5 ml e. 

Hare J T. rice grower 9 mi s e. 

Harper Albert B Mrs. propr Southside 
Hotel. 

Helander Bros, rice growers 5 mi s. 

Herscel H l*ound. life insurance 

Hessler & Toland (Mrs Mertel Hesslpr. 
Annie Tolandj. milliners. 

HOM^I.NGSHK \l) ADOLPHTS .V (Gaundo 
Hay Co), Insurance and Postmaster. 

Hulquist J .\. I'ice growf'T n mi s. 

Hutson & Gi.-iler, hlksmilh. 

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Frank G Moffelt Vice-Pres, Georee T 
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King Ilalpli !•:, life ins, 
Lancaster \\'rTi VI. physician, 
Lancaster W H ^ Sons, rice grower. 
Landine A E. rice grower 4 mi s c, 
Landine N H. rice grower 6 mi ,s e. 
Lind Jolm. cotton gin. 
Lingner John, rice grower 3 mi n, 
-Mi-COLLISTr.R CHESTER \V, Heal Em- 

tate and Lo;>ns ami Civil Engineer, 
.McCiilloch J H. rice grower. 
McMurry Lumber Co (Houston). L I San 

ford mngr. 



Magnolia Petroleum Co. Ganado Hard- 
ware Co agts. 

Marent Wm. Jeweler. 

.Martin Earl F. drugs. 

Martinez Aiidre.s. restr. 

Mattiiis F 11. rice grower 2 mi e. 

nATlILA, CH.V«FOHl> * CO I Frank Ma- 
tula. George W Crawford, (' \V Silli- 
man). Real Estate Dealers, Gulf Coast 
Lands a Specialt}-. 

Mauritz & Brown (Fred Mauritz, C H 
Brown), horses and mules. 

.Mays Marshall, rice growei' 1 'i mi e. 

>IEYEIl-FOHSTEH UEAI.TV <0 (Henry 
A Meyer, Fritz Forster. Fred H Knip- 
ling, .\nton C Rodesney). Heal Estate 
and Loans. (See ailv below). 



G.VIICI AS. 

Population 200. In Starr county Ii 
miles soutlieast of Hlo Grande, '.h- 
county seat and banking point and . : 'i 
from Samfordyce. the nearest railway \p- 
Iiroach. Mail, daily. 
Guerra H & Co, genl store. 
Molino Fedrico. genl store. 



F, Forster. Pres. H. A. Meyer. V-Pres 

F, H. Knipling, Sec.-Treas. A, C. Rodesney. Mgr- 

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-Mitchell Hotel. A B Mitchell propr. 

Noble Howard P. hardware. 

Peters H M. rice grower 4 mi n e. 

Pierce Fordyce Oil Assn. C W McCoUister 
agent. 

RatlifE R D, rice grower 8 mi s e. 

Ricks Bros (Forrest and alack), well 
borers, 

Robinson Philo C. real estate. 

Rogers Charles O, meats. 

Rogers Owen S. hides. 

S.^GEBIEl. HERMA.V H, Lnnjer, Gen- 
eral Practice, 

Sliutt Pump Works. J 10 Shutt propr. 

SILLIM.IN rfl.AKLES \V (Glinndo Hn 
Co; Matula. Crawford & Co). Insurance 
and Loans. 

Skilos Charles A, r r an<l e.Kp agt. 

Southern Rice Growers Assn (Beaumont) 
Cleveland (3uinn mngr. 

SOliTHSirjE HOTEL, M ri. A II Harper 
Propr. Modern Conveniences. .Special 
.\ttt^ntion to Commercial Travelers, 

.Spencer C D. rice grower 6 mi s e, 

Spencer Isaiah F, rice grower 2 mi n. 

Taylor .Monzo G. grocer. 

Texas Co The, J A Egg agt. oils. 

Tompkins W H, blksmitli. 

Turner J E. rice grower f> mi s 

Walker I S, rice grower 5 mi n. 

Ward l>ebb. grocer. 

Wendell John, rice grower o mi s e. 

Weynandt John A, liver,\'. 

Whitaker Robert H. harness, 

Whitmire .Tames L. genl stoi-e and under 
taker. 

Wicklund Edward E. jeweler. 

Wingert W H. rice .grower 9 mi s e. 

"I'oas C S. rice grower. 

Yoas J M, rice grower. 

York J L. cattle breeder, 

York L E. tailor. 



G.\HIIE\ CITY. 

Population 300. In Glasscock coui.cy. 
of which it is the county seat. 33^ miles 
south of Big Spring, the nearest ship- 
ping point. Has Baptist. Christian. 
Methodist and I'resljyterian organizativ ns. 
and a bank. Teleplione connection. J. W. 
Henderson, postmaster, 
(^haney Walter, hotel. 
Cox S R. cattle breeder. 
Cunningham C "W. dru.gs. 
FIRST ST-VTK IIAMv (Capital »1(M«")>, 

N Girdwood Pres. T R Long Vice-Pres. 

E P Toole Cashr, M Cox .Vsst Cashr. 
Garden City Teleplione Co, 
Henderson .T W. grocer and hardware. 
Hutchison R A. grocer. 
Keathley, Cook & Co. genl store. 
Lee W A. jihvsician. 
Shank W J. blksmith. 
Stone. Ed. turn and undertaker. 



G.*KDEM) ALE. 

Population 25, On the I, & G, N, a: 
.\. U. & G, R, Rds., in Lasalle cou 
6 miles from CTotuUa. thr oountv seat 
Banking point. Tel,, W. U. Exp . W 
& Co. Telephone connection, Mrs. ': 
JKeys. postmaster. 
Day R C. onion grower 
Keys M. real estate, 

KEYS M MrH, CJeneral Store and Prodt 
Kcys-Rippy .Vuto Co. auto supplie? 
Schneble Fritz, onion grower, 

G.\RDE>' VALLEY. 

Population 300. In Smith county 
miles northwest of Tyler, the cou 
seat and 9 from Lindale. the near 
banking and shiiiping point. Telep;. 
connection. Geo. E. Browning, r 
master. 

Bolin M R. genl store. 

IU«OWM\G f;EOK(iE E, rostmsHter. 
P,rowning i\; Norris, cotton gin, 
Falkner E L it (Jo. genl store. 
Garden Valley .Mercantile Co. genl s" 
Reeves W N. genl store. 
Smith & Mattliews. harness mkrs. 
Starr T J. genl store. 
Stone J M. drugs. 

Union Clearing House, genl store. 
Union (^in Co. cotton gin. 
Veasey S P, genl store and tel exchi ■ 
Wells T T. cotton gin. 
Wells & Falkner, cotton gin. 



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Population 5(>. In Comanche county 
17 miles from Comanche, tlie county seat 
and 7 from Sipe .Springs, the nearest 
banking and shipping point. Stage daily 
to Comanche. Telephone connection. 
Chas. L. White, postmaster, 
Armstrong W L'. fruit grower. 
Crockett I P. fruit and onion grower, 
Everitt R It. genl store and hot-d, 
Goss T J. oil producer, 
Hilley A A, drugs and Jeweler, 
Hood J M. a.tjiarist, 
,lones Elmer W, physician. 
.McDaniel A Tj, cotton gin. 
Preston C I. teleplmne c.Kchange. 
WHITE C L. (Ipiirriil Store. Kent EMtnte, 

Fruit Growf-r and .Notary Piil>lic. 
Winfrey H J, sr>rghurn mill. 



G.VHL.VND. 

Population 850. On the G., C. & ^ F,. 
the M. K. ..«: T, and the Frisco Ry.- in 
Pallas county. Iti miles northeas: of 
Dallas, the county seat. Has BaT'i-t 
Christian. Methodist and Presbyterian 
churches. 2 banks. 3 cotton gins, an i a 
weekly newspafier, the (jarland Nf '"-. 
Tel.. W. V. Exp., .\m. and W.. F. A: ' o. 
Telephone conection. G. W. Grossman. 
Iiostrnaster. 
.\lexaiuler. Blackburn & Todd 

.Alexander. Fate Bl.ackhurn, 

W Todd), men's furnisliinirs, 
.\rmstrong Drug Co (Walter 

strong 1. 
.Vrmstrong .Te\velr\- 

strong. Richard G liiil., 
.Vrmstrong .1 ('. pli>.sician. 
Beaver A J. .grocer. 
Brown C S, )*livsic;an. 
Brown. Newman .t Coldiell (T C Brown. 

G W Newman, P C CoIdeelU, luni^jer 

aniT coal, 
Butler T J. restaurant, 
(Citizens National Bank (capital $50.0'',, 

T N Hickman pres, !•; G Cole cashr 
Crossman O W. ins and real estate, 
Dallas Oil and Rertiiing Co (DaliiS), 

Charles T^yh* mtiMr. cotton gin. 



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Gandy, W H, seiieral store. 

Garland Auto Co (.1 M Kaufman), sarage 

Garland <?oiiimercial <_'lub. W A Hold- 
ford seo. 

Garland Grocery, M A Shelton mngr. 

Garland Hardware Co, K G Cole pres, J F 
White treas and.mn^r. 

Garland Hotel. H H Coomer propr. 

Garland Ice Mnfg: Co. C M Brown mngr. 

Garland News The (weekly). Will A Hol- 
lord publr, 

Handley Peter, drugs. 

Harter & Sniithson (Claude D Harter. 
Elijah H Smithson). harneHS. 

Hioks Hugh B. h.arness. 

Holford Wm A, publr The Garland News. 

Hudson. Davis & Co (Dallas), G L, Davis 
mngr, clothing. 

Isom J H, livery stable. 

Jones H W, hardware, furn and under- 
taker. 
,Ivyles & Buchanan (C R Lyles, J W Bu- 
chanan), horse breeders. 

McCallum W D. insurance. 

>[onzingo Samuel W, i^rocer. 

Moorman J D, physician. 

ityer's Drup Co (James T Myer). 

l*ac« J B, mule breeder. 

Pace & Little (Blair Pace. Harry Little), 
restaurant. 

Ramsey Frank, physician. 

Reagan K L & Co (R L Reagan), general 
store. 

Shipley J T, grocer. 

Shugart & William."! (E B Shugart, James 
I Williams), meats. 

Souter E C, restaurant. 

ST.\TE IV.VTIONAI. B.\.VK (Capital $100.- 
000), John T Jones I're.s, Jess F Tucker 
and W H Roach Vice Pres, A R Davis 
Caahr. 

Tinsley & Tinsley (J F and J C), cotton 
gin. 

Trinity Cotton Oil Co (Dalla-s). E P 
Squibbs mngr, cotton gin. 

Welch W C, agt M K & T Ry and Am 
Exp Co. 

Williams James O, agt Frisco and G C & 
.S F Rys, W F & Co Exp, and W U Tel 
Co, 

Williams M D, grocer 

Wilaon & Kldd, blk.smiths. 



GABNER. 

Population 40. On the W., M. W, & N 
W. Ry., in Parker county, 12 miles west 
of Weatherfortl. the county .seat and 42 
from Fort Worth, Has Baptist and 
Methodist cliurchcs. Tel.. W. U. F.xp., 
W.. F. & Co. Telephone connection. L. 
K. Lee, postmaster. 
Cooper Thomas, general store. 
<'ox Frederick, blksmith. 
I'f^K I, K, l*ONtmnHter. 
Mays John E, gt-neral store, 
ifoore Edward L, general store 
I'olman Ulysses S, hardware and 'Irugs. 



GARRETT. 

Population 150. On thf H. & T. C. Ry 
in Ellis county, 14 14 miles east of Waxa 
hachie, thr^ ctiunty s^at and 3 from Ennis, 
the nearest banking point. Tel., W. U. 
Exp., W.. F. & Co. Telephone connection. 
Ennis Cotton Oil & Ginning Co cotton 

gin. 
Farmers' Gin Co. cotton gin. 
Harmon & Hart, general store. 
Henderson (.Jeorge. gen'>ral store. 
Jones J K P. blacksmith. 
Southard D XI. Mack.-nnth. 
Stewart O S. general store. 



(;.\i<itis<i\. 

Population 1.000. In Nacogdoches coun- 
ty, in miles from Nacogdoriies. the coun- 
ty seat. Situated on the H. E & W. T. 
R. It.. 138 mile.s- from Houston and 72 
miles southwest of Shreveport. La.. This 
thriving town is hnely situated, the sur- 
rounding country being well timbered 
and the soil rich and fertile. The prin- 
cipal industries are a large saw mill, 
planing mill, cotton gin and a brick- 
making plant, capable of turning out 50.- 
000 bricks daily. Cotton, corn. su.e:ar 
cane, peanuts and fruit of all kinds gi-ow 
in abundance. Here the well known min- 
eral springs. "Weatherly Wells." are an- 
nually visited b.v numerous people from 
all parts of the country and great bene- 
fits are received from the waters which 
arc a specific for stomach and kidney 
troubles. I«irge quantities of this water 
is being shipped daily to various points. 
The town is growing rapdly and there is 
excellent hotel accommodation. Has 2 
churches. Baptist and First Methodist, a 
bank and a newspaper, the Garrison 
Weekly News. The altitude of 3S71 feet 
makes the town heathv Telephone con- 
nection. Exp., W , F. & Co. Tel., W. U. 
John G. Ross, postmaster. 
Abrahams Louis, general store. 
Adams E<lward S, iihvsician. 
Bell Jesse W & Co (Jesse W Bell. Wm T 

Ciarrison). saddlery. 
Bostick Eli W, general store. 
Campbell Wm O, dry goods. 
CITV LI NCH ROO.M. Chan W Mllllain> 

Propr. Good Things to Eat. opposite 

Railroad Station. 
Crawford House. Mrs John B Crawford 

propr. 
Dale Drug Co (Porter V Dale. Wm J 

Tinkle). 
Davis .James P. general store. 
Electric Theatre. Thomas P Dewe.v mngr. 
Fears John B. physician. 
First State Bank The (capital $25,000) 

Charles 'R Langston pres. Duncan M 

McDufhe vice pres. James A Stalling' 

cashr. 
Fulghum J Frank, livery. 
Garrison Drug Co (Ed M Weatherly, Rho 

Garrison). 
Garrison Weekly News. Oscar M Gibbs 

publr. 
Garrison & Langston (George F Gar- 
rison. Gordon Ijangston). general store. 
Garrison & Sons (Wm Y and George F), 

lumber. 
Gibbs Oscar M, publr Garrison Weekly 

XhWS. 

Grayson James E. confectioner. 

Green & Bruce (Thomas P (ireen, Kinn 
A Bruce), meats. 

Hensley Robert L. dentist. 

Hilliard & Sons (Kinchen T and Wm C), 
blacksmiths. 

Irwin Augustus C general store. 

.McDufRe Bros (Duncan M and John C) 
general store. 

.McDuffie Duncan M. planing mill. 

May Carl, r r, tel and exp agt. 

May Delia Mrs. hotel. 

Patterson Robert T. lumber. 

Southwestern Tel & Tel Co, Essye V Au- 
gust mngr. 

STAFjLINC; lOnWARI) R (I!:.state), Dry 
Goods, Shoes, Groceries, Trunks, Bags 
Hats, Harness, Feed Stuffs, Farming 
Implements. 

.stilwell Wm L, restaurant. 

Taylor David M, physician. 

Taylor John E, grocer. 

Tinkle W J & Co, Wm Marshall mngr 
grneral store. 



Turner George H, physician. 
WI:.VTHKUI-V KDWAlin M. I'ropr 

Weatherly Mineral Weils. (See adv.) 
WKATItKHLY .IIINKIIAL, WKLLS. lOd- 

ward M Weatherly E>ropr, Mineral 
Waters, Specific For All Stomach and 
Kidney Troubles, Waters Shipped to 
All Points, Orders Promptly Filled. 
(See adv below,) 



Weatherhf Well 

- WATER " 

ED. M. WEjITHERLY, Proprietor 

A specific for ell forma of Stomach 
and Kidney Troubles. 

Prick — First Case of twelve one-half 
gallon bottles, ?!2. 73; Orates refilled, $1.00. 
Refund on Crate, $1.TS. 

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Westfall Eli. general store. 

Westfall Wm E. tailor. 

Wll.KV HOTKI,. Mrn M Wiley Hropr. 

First Class Hotel. Rates $2.00 Per Day, 

Opposite Depot. 
Wiley M Mrs, propr Wiley Hotel. 
Williams Charles W, propr City Lunch 

Room. 



GARWOon. 

Population TSO. 1 in tlie G., C. <fc S. F. 
Ry., In Colorado county, 21 miles from 
Columbus, the county seat. Has Baptist, 
.Methodist and Presb>teri;in cliurches, a 
bank and a weeklv newspaper, the Gar- 
wood Express. Tel., W. U. Exp., W., F. 
& Co. Telephone connection. J. R. 
Pinchltack jr., postmaster. 
Arnold Frank, cotton sin. 
Bonska F J, notions and grocer. 
Brate L R, hotel. 
Canal .Side Livery Stable. 
Uenk Joseph, blacksmith. 
Frank Ren H, general store. 
G.\U\\OOn nltl (; CO. J 11 IMucbbaek .Jr 

Propr. Drugs, Toilet Articles, Etc. 
Garwood Express (weekly), Charles Mra- 

zek publr. 
Garwood Grain Feed & Furniture Co. 
Garwood State Bank (capital $10,000,) J 

J Pinchback pres, J L Chapman c.ishr. 
Garwood Supply Co, general store. 
Huvar H W, whol beer arid ice. 
Ide K G. r r, exp and t»-l agt. 
Jackson (J M, real estate. 
Kollatschny J J. harness. 
Labay R It. grocer. 
Lynch J L. dry goods. 
McClanahan-Frnka Lumber Co, hdwe and 

lumber. 
Menar Henry, restaurant. 
Mrazek Charles, publr (Garwood Express. 
Nave B E, meats. 
PI.\'CHBACK J H JK, I'rupr Garwood 

Drug Co and Postmaster, 
Reitz J G, general store. 
River Side Ijivery Stable. 
Roberts W J, physician. 
Slawson G A, dray. 
Smith J B, dry goods. 
Smothers J E, blacksmith. 
Stul>ljlefield A V, moving pictures. 
Williams W D Mrs. hotel. 



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GARY. 

Population 350— On the G.. C. & S. F. 
Ry. (Zuker station), in Panola county, 10 
miles from Carthage, the county seat. 
Has Baptist and Methodist Episcopal 
churches and a banlL. Tel., W. U. Exp., 
W., F. & Co. Telephone connection. 
Maude Daniel, postmaster. 
Calloway W A, general store. 
Cassity J E, gr^neral store, 
DANICI., iMAUnB, Postmastrr. 
Daniel Z L. dru^s and physician. 
Downing T W, restaurant. 
FIRST .STATE B.\XK (Cnpital SlO.OOfl), 

B J Hawthorn Pre.<!. Z L Daniel Vice 

Pres, M C Rushing Cashier. 
Gholston R L. blacksmith. 
Gholston & Worsham, sreneral store. 
Graves & Daniel, cotton gin. 
Heaton & Hill. g:eneral store. 
Hull N A & .Son, sreneral store. 
Norris J D, r r and exp agrt. 
Primeaux & Bailey, general store 
Ri;SHI.\<; M f, CilMhIer First State Bauk 
Thomas & Copeland, drug's. 
Williams Bros, saw mill. 
Williams W W, general store. 



GARZA. 

Population 400. On the M.. K. & T. Ry., 
in Denton county, li> miles from Denton, 
the county seat. Has Baptist. Christian 
and Methodist churches and a hank. Exp.. 
Am. Telephone connection. E. H. Corn- 
well, postmaster. 
Brashear T J, rfstr and ice. 
Bratcher & McGalliard, blacksmitlis. 
CORN\Vl'.M. V. H. Furulture, I.nder«nker 

and Postma.'^ter. 
Cornwell I D. harness. 
Cornwell L, E. general store. 
Farmers' Mercantile Co, general store. 
Garza Commercial Club, E A Fretchet 

sec. 
Garza Gin Co, cotton pin. 
Garza State Bank (capital {10. 000), J M 

Sanders pres, G H Montgomery cashr. 
Morris J D, restr. meats and ice. 
Robb T J, r r and exp agt. 
Schlemeyer Roy, flour mill, water works 

and garage. 
Sweatman y K, drugs. 
Swisher J M, general store. 
Taylor D G, physician. 



G.\SOLIXE. 

Population 30. In Briscoe county, 24 
miles from Silverton. the county s^at. 
9'4 from Turkey, the nearest banking 
point, and 33 from Lockney,,the nearest 
shipping point. Milton E. Tomsen, post- 
master. 

Smith W A, hdwe and farm implts. 
TOMSEN M E & SON, General Store and 

Cotton Gin. 



GASTOX. 

A rural postofBce on the S. A. &. A. P. 
Ry., in Fort Bend county, 10 miles north 
of Richmond, the county seat and nearest 
banking point. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
McCRARY JOl'.L, General Store. 



GATES. 

On the T. & P. Ry.. in Dallas county, 5 
miles west of Dallas, the county seat 
and banking point. Mail dally. 



GATESVILLE. 

Population 2.000. The judicial seat of 
Coryell county is located on the St. L. S. 
W. and S. N. & .S. T. Rys., 125 miles north 
of Austin and 47 west of W^aco. Has 
Baptist, Methodist and Presbyterian 
churches, 2 banliji. cotton gins, cotton oil 
mill, ice plant and a live weekly news- 
paper, The GatP.sville Mes.sentctjr. Tel. 
W. U. Exi>,, \V. F. & Co. Telephone con- 
nection, ilarvey Harris, postmaster. 
Arnold Robert M, drugs. 
Bailey Eugene A, general store. 
Bailey Ralph, physician. 
Baker E B, physician. 
REM, IIOI.,l..\.NU K (Dell A Broirn), 

County Attorney. 



BELL. <£ BRO\VN ({lollnnil E Bell, Day- 
ton Brown), Lawyers. (See adv belO"W. ) 



HOLLAND E. BELL DAYTON BROWN 

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Gatesvilie 



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Texas 



Bigham Hardware & Furniture Co (M C 
Bigham), 

Bowie M B, bus line. 

Bo>'d "U'm. express. 

Boyer Hotel. BolD Strickland propr. 

Boyer Perry F. bill poster. .» 

Bradford & Mounce (B A Bradford, 
George Alotmce), cotton gin. 

Brown 'C -S, sand and gravel. 

Brown .T D jr. collections. 

Brown R<pl">ert J. cotton gin. 

Burton Oscar, mngr Gulf States Tele- 
phone Co. 

Cameron \Vm & Co, W C Guggolz mngr, 
lumber. 

Carlton G M Bros & Co (George M Thom- 
as, Rufus and Robert Carlton), general 
store. 

Cawtield J W. county surveyor. 

Chambers L B, grocer. 

<'onipt')n Howard S". insurance. 

("rops AA'ni. bus line. 

Crow John W. general store. 

C'urr>' C I., marble works. 

Curtis Jolin. r r and tel agt. 

i;'avidson Thomas M, general store. 

Duties "U' E. dentist. 

ELI>.S \vn M. Livery and Oinnibua Line. 
(See adv below.) 



Johnson G E, county judge. 

Johnson I F, physici.in. 

Kelly .\ndrcw. express. 

Kendrick John P, cashr Gatesvilie Na- 
tional Bank. 

Kinp- L B, express. 

Leaird Bvron. general store. 

\IcBeth W A, collections. 

-McClellan V,' C, collections. 

McClellan & McClellan <Rufus and Clay), 
lawyers. 

McClinton Benjamin jr, county clerk. 

McClinton B F, undertaker. 

McMordie E B. sheriff. 

Matthews Anthony, hardware. 

Mayes E T, photographer. 

Meadows Adam H, meats. 

Mears Tom. lawyer. 

Mistrot Bros & Co, Harry Dillashaw 
mngr, general store. 

MOO.N J.VCK, Propr The Bennett Hotel. 
(See adv.) 

Moore John .A, restaurant. 

MOOHF: ROBERT F, Lawyer. (See adv 
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Murra>- &. Stout (Munroe Murray, Jake 

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NEW BE.V.NETT HOTEL THE, Jack 

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Rates $2.00 Per Day Free Sample Raom 

The 

New Bennett Hotel 

J-\CK MGO.N, Propr. 

Modern Equipment 
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FIDEI.ITV .\NI) UF.TtlSIT CO OF M.VRY- 

L.V.MI, Compton ic Br(jnn Agts. 
Filces T J. coiintv assessor. 
First National Bank (capital SIOO.OOO), 

James R Rnhy prps, George TV' Royalty 

vire-pres. .Alfred R T\'illiams cashr. 
Frnnks Edgar, meats. 
Gaiidy C E, agt AS" F & Co E.xp. 
Gatesvilie Commercial Club, Watt L 

Saunders sec. 
Gatesvilie Cotton Oil Mill Co, J A Hall- 
man mngr. 
Gatesvilie Garage. S H Tutthill propr. 
Gatesvilie Ice H'o. John R Hill propr, 
Gatesvilie Ijght &. Power Co, J R Raby 

propr. 
Gatesvilie Messenger (weekly). Hall & 

Hill nublrs. 
Gatesvilie Xational Bank (capital $40.- 

OOU), Roliert E "West Pres, Daniel E 

Graves vice-pres, John P Kendrick 

cashr. 
Gatesvilie Roller Mills, G W Royalty 

propr. 
Gatesvilie Water Works, W H Smith 

supt. 
Grant John T, house mover. 
Graves Edward, physician. 
Green W .\, county treasurer. 
Gresham W F, electrician. 
Gulf States Telephone Co, Oscar Burton 

mngr. 
Hale Xewtcn, grocer. 
Hnll Kmmet E. pianos. 
Hall i*c Hill (D R Hall. J R Hill), publrs 

Gates\'ille Messenprer. 
il.imrnack. Garrett Land Co (W W Ham- 

macl;, B B Garrett). 
TInnks W H & Son (Wm and Albert), 

furniture. 
Havnes Hfnry M, drugs and phys. 
Henson E'enjamin. restaurant, 
riune^cut .Anderson, drugs and jeweler. 
Johnsr.n C E iSi Son (Charles and "Wm). 

1 inn t>er. 



lOvertash O W. wagon yard. 

i'aiivs R Wm, harness. 

feel F -S*. restaurant. 

Peterson Xiles, tailor. 

riielan & Bover (Frank Phelan, Perry 
E'o,\er), bottlers and laundry. 

!"'ost John T. hardware. 

Potts Thornton C, grocer. 

Powell Robert E, implts and harness. 

PREWITT JOH.X 31, Watchmaker and 
Jpiveler. 

Putman W A, grocer. 

Rabi' It L, piiiysician. 

R.atten l^eyton. harness. 

Reesing John P, drugs. 

Recsiiig P, tailor. 

Pose Bros (Charles and Thomas), gro- 
cers. 

Royal Theatre, Harrison & Ward proprs. 

Sadler H I' & Co (H P Sadler), agrl im- 
plements. 

Sams A. M, county supt of schools. 

Sanders "U'att L, lawyer. 

Sasse & Cliatham (\Vm .S Sasse, Andrew 
Chatham), feed. 

Schloy W A & Co (Wm A Schley), gen- 
eral store. 

Scott Morton, furniture. 

Shumate I T, express. 

Smith E G, physician. 

Stinnett J W, lawyer. 

Stockburger C E. county tax collector. 

Stone H C, wagon yard. 

Scory F .A. poultry breeder. 

Ta.vlor W -A, cotton gin. 

Tharp & AVollard (Robert Tharp. Bar- 
ney Wollard), general store. 

Thomson l^rancis A. grocer. 

Torbett J S, notions. 

Tucker & .Smith (Clifford Tucker. Frank 
Smith), cement sidewalks. 

lIiMO.N CnVTIlAI, I.IFE INSTR.VXCE CO 
OF CI.VCINV.VTI, OHIO. I^ee & I^ee 
(Dallas). Gt-neral Agts, H S Compton 
.Agt. (See backbone, left top linos and 
\y,\)^f l'>>2. > 

Voss il- (.'o iF E Voss, J W Mathews). 
grocers. 



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Walker T C. contractor. 

■\Vashburn R H. jeweler. 

^Vells Fisher, lands. 

"Wilkin Wm, plumber. 

Williams Alfred R, cashr First National 

Bank. 
^Vil3on R T, surveyor. 
Vitt Percy, contractor. 



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GAVSP;. 

I'opulation 1,000. On the I. & G. N. Ry., 

ill Milam county, -0 miles southeast ot 

Cameron, the county .^eat. Has- i::ai>tist 

and Methodist Episcopal South churches. 

a bank and a weekls- neuspaiJtr, Iho 

Gau.se Guide. Tel.. V\'. U. Exp.. \V.. F. 

& Co. Telephone connection O. D. 

Baker, postmaster. 

Avera Bros, drues. 

JI AKKK O U. riibllahor The GniIHe Guide, 
Job Printer and Postmaster. 

lieaver J V, blacksmith. 

Bowling R, cotton gin and Hour mill. 

Cochran B L. tailor and mens furnishings. 

Cochian S R, senl store. 

Dollar J M, physician. 

V \\- J A. meats. 

r.dma' J T, liverv. 

Kowler F D, cattle breeder and feeder. 

Fowler W G. cattle breeder. 

Fraim J R. s^enl store and drug's. 

f.VlMC (;l irjE THE (Weekly), O D 
Baker Publisher. 

Gause Lumiier and Hardware CO- 

''iause Teler'hone Co. 

Godfrey B T. milliner and mens furnish- 
in ^cs. 

Gi-aluim H E, ins and loans. 

fJtaham & Bankston. apiarists. 

fjraham & Graham, la\\.ver.s and real est. 

(iuuranty .State Bank (capital $10,000). 
W H .Vnderson pres, R Killough cashr. 

liairrel "W R. meats. 

Jackson J A. trrocer and notions. 

Johnson R H. blacksmith. 

Littleton R T, real estate. 

Ti'-ree & ^Valkei'. (grocers and bakers. 

•Miller G .^, drugs and piiys. 

Moore C C, genl store. 

Phegrley T L,, cotton gin and flour mill. 

Pitts J "W, fruit and onion grower. 

Rhodes A J. genl store. 

Rosensteiri Bros. 'Iry goodr. 

."Stephens C "W. r r, evp and tel agt. 

.Snibbs .T E, coal and wood. 

Tiiornas & Son. urenl store. 

Thorpe H H. hotel. 

S'arner .V & Co, srenl store. 

Varner C, grocer and dry goods; 

\\ right C Mrs, ho tel. 

GAY. 

Population 50. In San Augustine coun- 
ty, 19 miles from San Augustine. the 
county seat, and 7 from Bronson, the 
nearest banking and shipping point. T. 
.1. Jones, postmaster. 
Babbitt A T L, live stock and wool 

grower. 
Brook.'-- H R, live stock. 
.ro.VE.S T J, General Store. 
King W P, wool grower. 
Marshall J A, grocer. 
Massey C P, cotton gin. 

GAY IIII.L. 

Population 100. On the G. C. & S. F. 
Ry., in Washington county, 10 miles from 
Brenham, the county seat and nearest 
banking point. Tel., W. U. Exp., W.. F 
& Co. Telephone connection. Theo 
Wolff, postmaster. 

Krause F A, cotton gin and grist mill. 
Krause W H, general store. 
Kusch Gustave A L, drugs and phys. 
Luedemann H L. genl .^^tore. 
Miller Calvin, gtnl store. 
Muery Sam, cotton gin and grist mill. 
-Vorey A E, r r. exp and tel agt. 
i'eters \\' F, hlacksmith- 
Rosenbaum Otto, genl .-^tore 3 mi w. 
Sayles Bros, cotton buyers, 
IVOLFF TIIEOUOKE, GenernI Store. 



GEXO.V. 

Population 200. On the G. H. & H. Ry., 
in Harris county, 15 miles soutlieast of 
Houston, the county seat and 9 from 
Webster, the nearest banking point. 
Exp., Am. and AV.. F. & Co. Tnleplione 
connection. J. ,T. Davison, postmaster. 
Boehm H ^V. blacksmith. 
Carpenter J C Tia Co. 
Crensliaw W M. fruit grower. 
n..VVISO.\ J .J. Geiieriil Store. 
Kitcliel K. nursery. 
Mathews W C, dairy. 
Molierly W L, r r and e.\p agt. 
Vauters C E, well driller. 

Geor-';e. 

Population 25. On the H. & T. C. and 
the T. & B. V. Rys., in .Madison county, 
12 miles from Madisonville, the county 
seat and 1 from Xorniangee, the nearest 
banking point. Exii., .\m. Telephone 
connection. C. C. Martin, postmaster. 
Donaho G R. r r and exp agt 
l>«>X.\HO & .M-\RT1N, Genonil .Store. 



GEM. 

Population TO In Hemphill county, 22 
miles from Canadian, the county seat 
banking and shipping point. Telephone 
connection. Mail daily. Thos. J. A. White 
postmaster. 

Lindley GroC'.-r ^ Drug Co. 
WHITE Tllo:»f.\s J A, Genrinl Store. 



GK.NKV.V. 

A. country postotflce in Sal)ine county, 
IZM miles nortliwest of tiemphill. the 
county seat and 15 from San .Vugustine, 
the usual banking and shipping point. 
Mail, daily. 

Alford T E. general store. 
Hankla S F, grocer. 
Harris .\ P, genl store. 



GEORGES CHEEK. 

Population 50. In Somervell county. 
12 miles northeast of Glenrose, tiie 
county seat and nearest banking point 
and 16 from Cleburne, the nearest sliir'- 
ping point. Telephone connection. Mail 
daily. James W. Collins, iiostmaster. 
COI.MNS .I.VMES \Y, I'oNtiiinNter. 
(5eorges Creek Giocery i^o. 
Hawkins O B, cotton gin. 
Rogers & Sons, genl store. 
Story H E, grocer. 
Williamson & Bowen, grocers and drugs. 



GEORGETO\V.\. 

Population 4.000. Tlie county seat of 
Williamson county, is located on the M. 
K. & T. and I. & G. N, Rys, 25 miles 
north of Austin. Has all tlie civic im- 
provements of a modern city. Is tlie 
seat of Southwestern Univt.'rsity, char- 
tered in 1S69, having an enroUni'Mit of 
fi72, and grounds, buildings and equip 
ments valued at JIOO.OOO. Has cliurche: 
of leading denominations, business col- 
lege. 2 banks, 2 weekl\- ne\\spai.<ei"s. tlie 
X^'illiamson Count>' Sun and the ijommef- 
oiai, are puljlished, t.'otton set-d oil niilis. 
4 cotton gins, steam iaiindr\- plant, idaii 
ing mill anri otlier industi-ies. siiips cot 
ton, grain, live stock and produce. Tel. 
\V. U. Exp., Am. and W.. F. & Co. Tele 
phone connections. W. P. Fleming, post- 
master. 

Airdome Theatre, David Goodlett propr 
Allen Lee O. sheric. 
AUisoTi W M. lawyer. 
.Anderson .John, blksmitli. 
Anderson W B, livery. 
.Xrmstrong .1 W, county tax assessor. 
.Vustin Business U.ni\'ersit.v, D G Decherd 

mngr. 
Banner & Raine fR R Baniu-r, John R 

Raine). dr\' goods. 
Bayer O -M, grocer. 
Belford Eumber Co Tlie (capital $80,000) 

O S Belford pres, F W Carothers sec 

treas. 
Bell Gin Co rcapital $10,000), .\ugust 

Carlson pres, S .-V Heard sec. 
Berkman Oscar, shoes. 
Berry Creek Gin Co (capital $7,500) 

Frank Voarwood pres. 
IIISHOI' < HAHI.ES M, I'ren Soilthwent- 

ern Knivfi-siti'. ( ,St,e adv opij.) 
Box Walter Co (capital $25.0001. Walter 

Box pres, E W Hodges sec, furniture 

and undertakers. 
Breneke J J. jeweler. 
Breneke R .\, confectioner. 
Burcham Wm J, dentist. 
Burkhardt Carl, news dealer. 
Burson H S, hous^» mover. 
Carothers \Vlllle .N', tailor. 



Caswell T J, aulomDbiles, 

Chreitzberg !■; M. confectioner. 

City Ice and Bottling Works. C S Bel- 
ford mngr. 

City Water & Light Co. R E \\'ard supt. 

Coffee Jolm T, livery. 

Coleman W L. real estate. 

Commercial Hotel, Mrs M E Hemphill 
propr. 

Cooper & McCarty (R T Cooper, J T Mc- 
Carty), real estate. 

Cowley W H, tailor. 

Critz Richard, county judge. 

Daniels J M Mrs, mngr Georgetown Tel 
Co. 

Davis D H. county treasurer. 

Davis Halsey, county ta.x collector 

Davis W H Furniture Co (W H Davis). 

Dawson George, well driller. 

De Bordeleden Dick, meats. 

Dodson M M, agt W F <fe Co Exp. 

Doty Perle, mngr W U Tel Co. 

Eanes Bessie, confectioner. 

Edwards W W, livery. 

Eubank R G. lawyer. 

Evans .-V. S. lawyer. 

Evans S Mis, milliner 

Fahrenthold Oscar, plumber. 

Fair The (capital .520.000). Sam H Hen- 
derson pres, J C Cameron sec-treas, 
general store. 

Farmers' Gin Co (oapiral .SIC. 000). John 
D Hughes pres, Charles Fabin sec. 

Farmers' State Bank (capital .550.000: 
surplus .552.500), E G Gillette pres, %V 
L Price cashr. 

FIDELITY .VNU UKI'OSIT CO OF SI.VRY. 
I, AND, Foster & Carothers .\gts 

FIRST N^.VTIO.V.VI. HAMv (Capital SlOO,- 
000), J E Cooper Pr-s. C S Belford 
Vice-Pres. I N Keller Cashier. 

Fisher .-V S. lawyer. 

Flanagan W J, insurance. 

Fleming W P. postmaster and ph^■sician. 

FORD G-\RAGE, Fred Vlnther Propr. 
The Ford Specialist, Any Kind .\uto 
Repairing Done, Auto Supplies and 
Auto Livery. 

Ford W E. harness. 

Foster G W, physician. 

Georgetown Board of Trade, R E Ward 
sec. 

Georgetown Building & Loan Assn. E G 
Gillette fires. 

(Georgetown Commercial (weeklj-). Lee J 
Rountree publr. 

Georgetown Cotton Oil Mills ' capital 
•150,000). .M F Smith pr.-s. 

Georgetown Fruit &. I'roduce Co ( V^' A 
Henson ). 

Georgetown Gin Co, E Jungmickel pres. 

Georgetown (Jrain (Jo (Ernest Johnson). 

Georgetown Mercantile (.'o (capital $40.- 
000), John, R .\llen pres, J G Mullens 
sec, general store. 

Georgetown Tel.iiihone ( o. Mrs J M 
D.'iniel sec and treas. 

Georgetown Water Light iS: Pouer Co 
(municip.al). R K W'riiil supt. 

Gilliland Palmer, t.ailor. 

Goodlett P J, drayage. 

Graves H N, countv an-.'. 

(JUAV I)EP.\RT.>IK\T STOHK (Calvlu 
Gray), Full and Complete Line of E'r.v 
Goods, Notions. Clothing, Groceries, 
H.ardware, .Stoves, B'tc. 

GritTith Lumber Co, C S Griffith mngr. 

Gurantee .Abstract Co (capital $5,000), 
Mrs J N Ellyson pres. c: T McMurray 
sec, W H Hanna mngr. 

Hall J T, confectioner. 

IIARHISOX (; \V A SO.\ (George W and 
.\be A), Mattress Makers, Let Us Ren- 
ovate Your Old Mattresses or .Make 
Your New Ones, Any Size or Weight; 
Tel 411. 

Harty P C & Son (P C and W R), gro- 
cers. 

Heard S A, grocer. 

Henschen G E. physician. 

Hewitt M S, blksmith. 

Hinson W A, ,agt Ain Exp Co. 

HIDSO.V JOil.N D, Lawyer. 

Hudson Joseph A, countv sui't schools, 

Ilufstutler & Howell ( .\ .V Hufsiutler. I 
K Howell), live stock. 

Hughes John D & Thomas P, cattle 
breeders. 

Hughes T I., & Bro, well drillers. 

Humphries J R. hardware. 

Huttle J C, concrete contr. 

Imhnff L P, pluinlier. 

Isehv I' .T. meats ;ind live stock. 



Athens Fire Brick Company 



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Jinklns J D, afct I & O N Ry. 

Johnson M Jenr^ie. milliner. 

Jottison & Harris (Ernest Johnson, Sam- 
uel Harris), (rrain. 

Jungmlchel E E, garaere. 

Jung-nichel H C. graragre. 

KF.L,JLF.R ISAAC X, Caahr Ftrst Na- 
tional Ennk. 

King IjUther. liorse and mule breeder. 

Laneford Mark, geni contractor. 

Lewis W R, monuments. 

Llnd Bros, blksmiths. 

Llndell. Peterson & Hamilton (H R 
Lindell, G L. Peterson, Christopher C 
Hamilton), hardware. 

LONG J ^V, Uriie.s, Jeivelry, Kodnk-i nnd 
Supplies, Cut Glass. Cutler.v and Mu- 
sical Instruments, i See adv below.) 



The Post Office Drug Store 

(REXALU STORE) 

J. W.LOXO. Propr. 

Drug>, Toilet Articlas. Stationerii, Patent Medicines 

School Supplier, .Jewelry. Silvemare. rhiOH, Cutr.Iafls, Kodaks 
BDd SuppliVfl, NiJTelties, Catlery, Roi.'erv Rnrber Supplies, Musiral 

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Love E S, real estate. 
McCart,v S H, dentist, 
McDaniel George N. hardware. 
McElroy \V R. countv commissioner. 
McGee "W F Co (capital ?20.000), W F 
McGee pres, F W Carothers sec-treas. 

clothing. 
McMurray C T, county clerk. 
Magee W F. dry goods. 
Makemson Hotel, Mrs E Makemson 

propr. 
Makemson W K. lawyer. 
Martin S S, physician. 
Milliken D P, \'et surgeon. 
Montgomery J A. wool grower. 
Montgomery R H, surveyor. 
Mood W R. grocer. 
Morgan M L Mrs, stenographer. 
Moses W H, physician. 
Needham Oscar, restaurant. 
Nowlin Bethel, physician. 
Nunn & Love (W H Xunn, F D Love), 

lawyers. 
Nusho Theatre. Dave Goodlett propr. 
Patrick John M & Co rjohn M Patrick, R 

T Plarvick), grocers. 
Patrick .1 J Mrs, milliner. 
Peaslee Bros (T A and Otis), live stock. 
Peterman George, tailor. 
Pettis W G, iihvsician. 
Polk-Sutton Abstract Co. G B Sutton 

mngr. 
Price Bros (Henry and James), grocers. 
Price W L cashr Tlie Farmers' State 

Bank. 
Pye H E, agt M, K & T Ry. 



Reeves A IS. restaurant. 

Richardson H K, men's furngs. 

Ricliardson J A, books. 

Robinson J B, lawyer. 

Roche Frank T, publr Williamson 
County Sun. 

Round Bale Gin Co. 

Rountree Lee J, publr Georgetown Com- 
mercial. 

Rountree Walter, county surveyor. 

Sandren Wm. blksmlth. 

Sansom Cooper, lawjer. 

Schieffer A. confectioner. 

Schmalenbeok E. baker. 

Schultz W M. physician, 
ha'vv Bros i E F and J R), grocers. 

r.hell Lott. concrete contr. 

Sherman Bros (Fay and John C jr). 
grocers. 

Smith G A, concrete contr. 

Smith Jacli. wool dealer. 

Snyder J W & Son (John W and John E), 
real estate. 

Southwestern Tel & Tel Co. Sallle Stub- 
'>lof!eld mne:r. 

jiol '^'^^^VESTKn^• vniversity, rharies 

-McTyeire Bishop Pres. \V F Wright 
Sec and Treas. (See adv below.) 

Southwestern University Enjlletin, Wil- 
bur F Wright editor. 

Southwestern University Library, Mrs 
Margaret McKennon librarian. 

Southwestern University Orchestra, 
Etelka Evans director. 

Stiles Drug Store (E R Stiles, E M 
Wood). 

Stone R J, photographer. 

Stone T B, drugs. 

STRICKLAND I-: A, I-a«jcr and Real 
^sTate. (.^e*- .'idv below.) 



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LAWYER 

AND LAND AGENT 
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Thomas E M, ph\-sician. 
Toggery The (capital 52,500), 

Richardson pres, men's furnps. 
Troy Steam Laundr>', H F Thompson 

propr. 
VINTIIKR FRED, Propr Ford Garace. 
Ward R E, mayor. 
Weisser Hermann, baker. 
Wilcox Bros Co (D K and S E Wilcox), 

D E Root) jewelers. 
Wilcox & Graves (D W Wilco.x, H N 

Graves), lawyers. 
Wilcox & Masterson (N M Wilcox, A S 

Masterson), photographers. 
Williams I M. wool dealer. 
Williamson County Sun (weekly), F T 

Roche publr. 
Wilson T W, district clerk. 
Winn R B. agt \V F & Co Exp. 
Wood E M. phvsician. 

^VRIGI^T >V F, Sec and Treim South- 
western University. (See adv l>elov\.) 



GERM.WTOW.V. 

Population ;>5. In Goliad county, IS 
miles J'rom Goliad, the county seat and 
banking point, and Ui fiom Fannin, tiie 
nearest shipping t^oint. Telephone con- 
nection. R. Toerck, postmaster, 
Bumerbach Frank, blacksmith 
Kilgore Xewton A, genl store, ilrugs atiil 

phvsician. 
TOERCK BROS * CO. GrooerM. Beer. Cot- 
ton Gin and Cotton Buyers. 

GEROMMO. 

Population 150. In Guadalupe county, 
6 miles from Seguin, tiie county seat and 
shipping point. Has a German Lutlieran 
church and a bank. Alfred Koebig, jiost- 
ma.=;ter. 

Dishinger J D, blacksmith. 
Farmers Union Gin Co. 
Geronimo State Bank, 
Heinmeyer Wm, genl store, 
Karras Walter, meats, 
KOBUIG .•VI.FRED, General S««re. 
Krueger Herman, blaoli.^^mitl). 
Von Boeckmann E H. automuhili-s. 
Von Boeckmann Ginning Co. 



Stromberg-Hoffman Co (capital $20.000 1, 
A R Stromberg pres, W E Belirens 
sec, drj- goods, 

Stubblefield Sallie, mngr Southwestern 
Tel & Tel Co, 

Stump "\A' r, coal. 

Swedish Gin Co. c-otton gin. 

•^^VE^S<)^ C H .>IHS>, I'ropr Snenson 
Hotel. 

SWENSON HOTEL, Mr» C H Stven.vun 
Propr, Best Hotel in the City, Head- 
quarters for Commercial Men, Electric 
Light, Free Baths, Free Sample 
Rooms. Rates ?2 Per Day. 

Tally D K. physician. 

Taulbee J F, law\ er. 

Taylor John R. live stock. 



GIBTOW.N. 

Population 150, In .lack co 
miles f 1 om Jacksboni. the c(»u 
814 from Poolville. tli>- near-st 
point, and 14^;. from Sebree, tiu 
sliipping point, StJtg•'^ (lail\- i 
and -Mineral Wells, TtI..'i>lion.- 
tion, Nannie J E<tley, i.u,-^tn)a,-^t 
HOI.EV NV-V.ME .1. I'««tiiiii!.ter. 
leaves A II, grocer and inlwe, 
Malone & Willingtiani, cotton : 
Merrinian T E i: Co. tiardware < 

implement,^, 
.Middleton Robert, genl store, 
I'orter ^j W, drugs, 
Turnbow T R, confr. 



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GIUDINGS. 

Population 2.000. The judicial seat of 
I^ee county, i.s located on tlie H. & T. C 
and S. A. & A. P. Ry.=;.. SO miles east ot 
Austin and 107 "west of Houston. Has 
Baptist, Lutheran. Methodist and Presby- 
terian churches, sood schools. 2 hotels. 2 
banks, and 2 weekly newspapers. Among 
the more pronninent industries are 3 cot- 
ton gins. 2 cotton oil mills, cotton com- 
press, creamery, ice plant and pressed 
brick factory. Giddings is in the center 
of a rich cotton pri>ducini? country, corn 
is also j-aised ez^tensiveiy and riairyinir 
and live stock raising are important in- 
dustries. Tel., \V. U. Exp.. \V.. F. .St Co. 
Telephone connection. E. W. Kennerly, 
postmaster. 
Bay Lumber Co (Houston. Tex). K A 

iluber inngT. 
Bishop C M, county supt schools. 
Bohot C .V, blksmith. 
Bowers Win U lawyer. 
Brnun Charles, tailor. 
Citizens State Bank icaiiital S.iO.OOO), W 

A Knox pres, I J Fai iss cashr. 
Clark J M, genl store-. 

Court House Hotel, Jlrs .Tohn Black propr 
Domasohk E A, cotton gin. 
Dudley James H. tailor. 
Falke C A. genl store. 
Feldor Anna Mrs. milliner. 
First Xatioiial Bank i capital $60,000), J 

C Hillsman pres, A J N'isbet castir. 
FOLKKSi J H. touuty Clerk and Stc I.,ee 

Count>' Land and Abstract Co (See 

advj. 
Friehel Paul. li\'ery and dray. 
Giddings Business Men's League, J M 

.Tohnson sec. 
Giddings i'ompr*ss Co. C B Hosea mngr. 
GidJiniis Cotton <jil Co, J D Fields pres 

ruii.i mngr. 
Giddings Deutsches Volksblatt (weekly), 

J A I'roske publr. 
Giddings Lumber Co icajiital $20,000), .f 

C Hillsman pres, ,J E Casper see. 
Giddings Mnfg Co (capital $^0,000). E .1 

Xcitscii pres, ^I E Suchs sec. propr 

Cit.\- Waterworks and ice mnfrs. 
Giddings News (weekly p. Giddings Xews 

Publishitig Co publrs. 
Giddings News X'ublishing Co. J E Bird 

mngr. puhirs Giddings News. 
Giddings Pressed Brick and Gin Co (cap- 
ital $30,000 1, J G Kappler pres. Paul 

Xerger sec 
Giddings Telephone E.tchange, I "W 

Sparks mngr. 
Grizzard L J. agt S A & A P Ry. 
Gros.=:e Hermann, restaurant. 
Guffln I'eter L, dentist. 
Harms O C, blksmith. 
Hillsman J B. genl store. 
Hilsberg A I', grocer. 
Hopiiens it Schomer (C .V lioppens. L A 

Schomer). tinners, 
Jaeiine E G. tax cullector. 
Joekel fi: VVilliams i H C .loekel, W E 

Williams), general scort-. 
Johnson J M, mngr Southwestern Tel and 

Tel Co. 
Johnson & Grady (J M Johnson. L C 

Grady), physicians and automoliilcs. 
Jonnson <fc Sciiubert (It E Johnson, '» J 

Schubert), drugs. 
Kelly George E. agt If & T C Rv. W F & 

Co Exp. and mngr W U Tel Co. 
Kennerly E W. postmastt-r. 
Kennerly 'W V, real estate. 
Knox John, ctiunty surv^.vnr 



KOIt'l'lIAI Kit r K MUS, rropr 1'erk.iu.N 

Hotel (See .idv). 
Lee County Co-ojierative Assn. W H 

Cherr>' nHi;;r, genl stui'e. 
Lee County Cotton CKl Co (capital $40,- 

"00). P S Grogan pres (Houston). J S 

Hillsman treas. R W Mayfield sec, C 

M Merchant genl mn.gr. 
I.EE COI'XTX" LV\"U & VnSl'UVCT CO. 

(Capital $5,000). Q U Watson Pres, J R 

Folkes Sec (See adv below). 



LEE COUNTY 

Land and Abstract 
Company 

Giddings, Texas 



Lehmann & Son 'John and Henry), har- 
ness. 

Lueoke P H & Co (P Herman and Emily 
Luecke), drugs. 

^layfield I W, drugs and phys. 

.Maytield R W. lawyer. 

.Merchant Patrick H, dentist. 

Mundine Titus, livery. 

N'agorka Traugott. grocer and restr. 

.N'eitsch E J & Co (E: J N'ertsch, H Gersch. 
iirs E I Tliomas). genl store. 

Nunn Wm. blksmith. 

PEUIKIXS HOTEL. Mrs V E Kortbauer 
propr (See adv below 1. 



lin.i:*^. 

Population 1.^0, till tjie Ft V,'. .v- D. C. 
Ry., in Donley count\-. 2(i miles fr<<m Don- 
ley, the county seat and s from Mi-nip!iis, 
the nearest iianking ix.iiit, i-ia.'^ t.rh!i^- 
tian and Methodi'it ICidsopal cliurches 
Tel.. W. V. Exp., .\dains. Telephone 
connection. Mrs, .\nna ilevis. post- 
master. 

Browder J JI. cattle breeder. 
Gist John M, cattle breeder. 
Iluftmaster A. agt .-\danis Exp Co. 
>IEVI.«i AN.XA, i;eiieflll Storr. 

GILLETT. 

I'oi'Ulation 2oo, In Karnes county. 22 
miles from Karnes City, t!i€ county seat. 
:uid II from Xixon, the nearest banking 
and shipping point. Has r.;i:ti.'-t and 
.Methodist ciiurches. Telephone connec- 
tion. R. H. ^letz jr.. postmaster. 
Austin A & (^o. genl store. 
GiUett Drug Co. 
Harmonv Telephone Co. 
Hyatt I L. c.infr. 
Hyatt & Hyatt, meats. 
Nenn Bros, grocer^i. 
Linder ,1 1), confr. 

METZ MERC.VM'ILE CO, I'.rnerHl «tore. 
I'atton W il. real estate. 
Riddleville Gi.i Co. cotton gin. 



All Rootnfl Furnlchod New All Sosly Mattresses 

Forch Room Frse Typswrlter 

Fiwe Electric LlgMed S«mpl« Rooms 

Perkins Hotel 

MRS. F. C. KORTHAUER 

Raiok 92 P^r Day 
Fraa Bath. Hat «nd Oold W»t«r 
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Pietsch G M. grocer. 

Pretiss George, meats 

I'reuss & Heck (W A Preuss, M G Heck) 
tailors. 

Proske J II. publr Giddings I.ieutsche; 
\'olksb]att and notions 

Raube I^red. grocer. 

Richter Keinhold. jeweler 

Robinson Hotel, John Robinson propr. 

Rosseau J L, lawyer. 

Samfison R -\, restaurant. 

.■Santos Max, n-staurant, 

Scarborough W D. sheriff. 

.Si.din'-ider Ciiarles, erocer. 

S'liinell .\ugust. cotton gin and saw mill 

.Srliroeder L.aiira & Co i Laura and Louii^e 
Schroeder), miiiiners. 

Schubert & Lehmann (W E Sciiubert, A 
.1 L^ihmann). dry goods. 

Siegmund & Krueger (A W .Siegmund, 
A W Krueger), genl store. 

Sikes W A, county treas. 

.Sinks Ed R Hon. judge 21st judicial dis- 
trict. 

Southwestern Tel and Tel Co, J M John- 
son mngr. 

Sparks 1 W, mngr Giddings Telephone 
Exchange. 

Stanle.v Richard H, district clerk. 

Suehs M E. county asse.ssor. 

Symmank H. impleiueiits. 

Tate John IL county judge. 

Tate * Ramsey (J W Tate, Ed Ramsey). 
cotton buyers. 

Thompson Thomas W. county attorney. 

Union Hotel. Mrs Ella Langham propr. 

Vogel R .M & Co (R M Vogel, E J Law- 
rence), groct-rs. 

W.atson lV Simmang (Q U Watson, E T 
Simmaiig), lawyers. *v, 

\^'e)ier Fred J, genl store. 

Wilson Bros I Lee and Le.-lie). meats 
and live stoek. 

Wurm .August, notions. 

York W E * i.'o (H K Hlelscber, AV E 
York), drugs. 

York & Kirkpatrick iW E York. S B 
Kirkpatrirk ). pli\-siri;ins. 



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GII.LIL.VXD. 

Population 50. In Knox county, 14 
miles from Benjamin, the count\" seat, 
and 10 from Truscott, the nearest bank- 
ing and shipping point. Telephone con- 
nection. F. B. McGuire. postmaster. 
Cure Gin Co. cotton gin. 
McGI IHE IIRO^. General .Store. 
?/lartin W N it Co, grocers. 
Ryder W A. cotton gin. 
Spears J C, blacksmitti. 



GILMER, 

Population 3.000. The judicial seat of 

Ijpshur county is located on the St. 1^ S. 

vV. and M. & E. T. K. Its . 100 n^iles east 

of Dallas. It is ttie r.^ceiving and distrib- 
uting point for a fine cotton, liv? stock. 

lumber and f"uit producing section and 

has electric liglit, :! banks, i! newspapers, 

ice plant, cotton gins, saw. shingle and 

gri.st mills, cotton seed oil mili. crate 

and basket factory, etc. Tel.. W. I". Exp.. 

Am. and W. F. & Co, Telephone con- 
nection , W. .M. Thompson, postmaster. 

Aldridge E F, tailor. 

.\ilen Jo<;. general store. 

Arcade Theatre. StatTord Bros proprs. 

.\rnsby J B, shoes. 

Barnwell E L, drugs. 

Barnwell J S. lawyer. 

E',arnwell R C. drugs, 
larnweli W C, c.Tshr Farmers' & Mer- 
chants' Xatl Bank. 

Bell M C, county assessor. 

BrailHeld A I., countv supt of schools. 

BRIGGS M It, Attorney nnif CouDnellor- 
at-Law. (See adv in Legal Blue Book 
Dept.) 
-Buie B C, sheriff. 

Buie F N, general store. 

Buie Neal, live stock. 

Childress H J. phvsician. 

Childress & Tillman HI J Childress, M 
P Tillman), general store. 

City Garage, Moore tV Raw lins proprs. 

Clardy W R. restaurant. 

Clements H D, tientist. 

Commercial Hotel, J E'rirnwell propr. 

Connell B H, general store. 

Grain W L. drugs. 

Critten O E, jeweler. 

Croley J E. general store. 

Crole.v J F Mrs, hardware. 

Croley M^m, general store. 

Crosby-iMcGaughv-.Marshail Co (capital 
$40,000). W r. (-loshy pres, C T Crosby 
vice-pres. .1 W Marshall sec and treas. 
general store. 

Dailey J E. dry goods. 
• Daniels J G, physician. 

Daniels J G jr. pli.\sician. 

Davis B F, grocer, 

Davis C R. grocer. 

Davis G W, meats. 

Dial J D. dentist. 

Douphrate Bros (Fred and Dock), hard- 
ware, 

I'^lms W C, count.v surve>or. 



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Farmers' Union Clearinu- House (capital 

> »3,{'0.0), W H Yaibou,t;li lues, M C 

y"^ Johnson sec and treas. general store. 

Farmers' & ilerchants' Xational Bank 

^ (capital tGO.OOO), J R 'Warren Pres, J 

' H Childress vice-pres, W C Barnwell 

. cashr. 

Ferrell R L & Son (R L and O L), drugs. 
li-IDEMTY AND DIOrOSIT CO OF MARY- 

LANIJ, Sam J Wasrhalter Agt. 
First National Bank (capital $23,000), T 
„ S Hagland Pres, J S Barnwell vice- 
^^ pres, L G Martin cashr. 
■^Florence C E, county attorney. 
Georfre .1 L, county treasurer. 
Ollmer Commercial Club, W A Phillipe 

sec. '' 

.Gilmer Cotton Seed Oil Jlill Co, S C Sel 
enburger mngr. 
' Gilmer Ijisht <& Power Co. Theodore 

>Dienst ningr, ice mnfrs and electric 
light, 
Oiimer State Bank (capital 525,000), M 
">» P Mell pres, \V B White vice-pres, R 
"^ B Nelson cashr. 
Hamilton & Bowen (D Hamilton, G 

Bowen), milliners. 
Herring W M. shoes. / 

Hogg Bros (W B and C C), harness. 
HoKg' N t), drugs. 
Hudson G L, livery. 
Kurtz Jake, men's furngs. 
Lawrence E L, county tax collector. 
Lindsej' H K. blksmith. 
^McClelland Bros lA R and Allen), live 
■^ stock. 

";.p-McClellat\d W H, county judge. 
'N-McFionald J C, county clerk. 
•' McGee R M, confectioner. 
■>MarshaU H H. live stock. 
^Marshall & Cliandlpr (W H Marshall, 
W H Chandler), lumber. 
Martin L G, cashr Fi'-st National Bank. 
Mathea John A, poultr\- breeder. 
Mattox & Crosby (R L Mattox. W E 
Crosby), cotton gin. 
vjiiayberry & Mayberry (R W and J P). 
/ lawyers. 

vMell & Stejihens (M P Mell, 'W R Ste- 
^ phens), lauyers. 
Mings I. W, l>ottler. 
Mitchell 1' C. cotton gin. 
Mitchell W B. lumber. 
Mosley & Luidley (W C Mosler. A L 

I.,indley). tailors. 
Moughon S J, gi-ocer. 
^JTCeh-ion R B, cashr Gilmer State Bank. 
' Oliver & Robertson (U E Oliver, B E 
Robertson), tailors. 
Paiker &- Son (W M and W A), g-arage. 
"Penn J R, live stock. 
Perkins Bros, I H Walton mngr, general 

store. 
Petty & Ray fJ P Ray, W H Petty Est) 

general store. 
Pickett John, notions. 
iRagland T S. physician. 



Ilicharrison S T. blksmith. 

Holierts &. 01i\er iW A Roberts. J B 

Oliver), hard\\are and undertakers, 
Shipp W P, livery. 
Simon N R. blksmith. 
S>IITII DRDS (J <t. R L, and Guy). 

Wholesale Grain Dealers and Insur- 
ance Atrents. 
Stapp Sailie Mrs, milliner. 
fltarr-Mayfield Grocery Co, H Connell 

mngr, wliol grocers. 
Stephens J K Co (capital $10,000), J E 

Stephens pres. B D Futrell sec and 

treas, dry goods. 
Stephens J J. publr Upshur County Echo. 
■^tepliens Z T. liorse breeder. 
Thompson W M. postmaster. 
Turner Bros (Alonzo, Manna and Lonnie), 

restaurant. 
VPSIIl'R roc NFY REAL ESTATE A 

DEVEI.01'.ME>T CO, Sam J 'SVaghalter 

Mngr, Real Estate Agts, L,and Agents 

and Investments. (See aJv belov\-.) 
\V.VGII.\I.TF:R >;.V3I J, .llnR-r Upshur 

County lieal Estate and Development 

Co. (See adv below.) 
\^^^,ll J W, general store. 
.Warren & Briggs (.A R Warren, T H 

Briggs), lawyers. 
White W B, grocer. 
.\^'ilson H C, physician. 
Winn J C, physician. 



GIIiPIN, 

A countr.v postofflce In Dickens 
county, on the W. V. Ry., 21 miles 
southeast of Dickens, the county seat, 
and 9 from Spur, the nearest banking 
point. Mail daily. 



GIXSITE. 

.\ rural postofflce In Cottle county, 8 
miles southwest of I'aducah, the county 
seat, banking and shipping point. Mail 
dally. 

Brothers & Brothers, general store. 
Finch J R. blksmith. 
Walling Bros, cotton gin. 



GIRARD. 

Population 2.t. On the W. V. Ry., In 
Kent county, 20 miles from Clairemont, 
the county seat, and 11 from Jayton, the 
usual banking point. Exp., Adams. 
Telephone connection. F. S. W^oody, 
postmaster. 

I~>arden M A., general store. 
Ilooley %\' .V & Co, grocers and drugs. 
.Mayfield B F I'i- Son. general store. 
Parks ^Frs. hotel. 

Smith B P, blacksmith and wagonmkr. 
■Swenson & Son. cotton gin. 
WOODY F S, tirocer and Drugs. 



Stockton, the counts' seat and nearest 
banking point. I'^xp., Am. Telephone 
connection. E. P. Kenned\', postniaster. 
Russell D C. r r and exp agt. 
WOOD, KE.VXEDY CO, General Store. 



GIST. 

Population 200. On the O. & N. W. Ry. 
in Jasper county. 50 miles southeast of 
Jasper, the county seat, and 17 from 
Orange, the nearest banking point. Exp.. 
\}. .s. Airs. C. A. Tomme, postmaster. 
TO.MME S M & SO>S, Saw .Mill. 



GLADEW.YTER. 

Population 600. On the T. & P. Ry.. in 
Gregg county, 15 miles west of Long- 
view, the county seat. Has 2 cotton gins, 
2 private banks, a weekly newspaper, the 
(jladewater Gazette, Methodist and B,ap- 
tist churches and a school. Shipments 
are cotton and produce, Tel., W. U. Exp.. 
W. F. & Co. Telephone connection. Wm. 
E. Foshee, postmaster. 
Allison T J, physician. 
Bictory J H. grocer. 
Bray C L, grocer. 
Cole P A, jeweler. 
Everett Guaranty Bank (private). L, J 

Everett pres. H G Lawrence cashr. 
Everett L J, general store. 
Foshee Wm E. postmaster. 
GL VDE^VATRR G.V'/.ETTE (Weekly), J 

T Little Publr. (See adv below.) 



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J. T. Little, Publisher 

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GIRVIN. 

Population 50. On the K. C. ^t. & O. 
Ry.. in Pecos county. 32 miles from Fort 



Jeter J T. general store. 

Knox .r Roy. cashr Riddle Exchange 
Bank, 

Lawrence H G. cashr Everett Guaranty 
Bank. 

IjITTLE J T, Publr Gladewater Gazette. 
(See adv.) 

McLaughlin E G. r'hysician. 

Mackay Bros i .-V C and L A), meats. 

Martin E E. dru.i;.s and jeweler. 

.Morgan J I. cotton gin. 

Xorton E T <Si Son lE T and O E), gro- 
cers. 

Palmer A D, .genl store. 

Perrier C. r v. tcl .-mrl exp agt. 

Phillips B F. genl store. 

Phillips & Wood (R M Wood, B F Phil- 
Ii[)S). real estate. 

Ponder J A, general store. 



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Riddle Exchange Bank (private) G \V 

Riddle pres. J R Knox cashr. 
Sheppard A F. hardware. 
Simpson W I, druirs. 
Stancil F E, dry soods. 
Wood A J. restaurant. 
"U'ood B W, physician. 
York "U' H, cotton gin. 



GLASS. 

Population 60. In Somervell county, 7 
miles from Glenroso. the county seat and 
banking point and 12 from Walnut 
Springs, the nearest shipping point. Tel- 
ephone connection. John D. Sanders, 
postmaster. 

Burton H T. blacksmith. 
SWOF.RS JOHX n. General Store and 

Cotton Gin. 

GLAZIER. 

Population 300. On ilie S. K. Ry,, In 
ITem)>liill county, 14 miles northeast of 
Canadian, the county seat and usual 
hanking noint. Has a newspaper. Tel.. 
W. U. Exp., W.. F. & Co. Telephone 
connection. P. P. Bates, postmaster. 
Aloa Roller Jlills. 

B.VTKS I' I*. Drnj::iri«t and PuHtmnnter. 
Berlsrneyer Grain Co. 
Blake J H, hotel. 
Briggs R W, blacksmith. 
Eubanks Hotel. 

Ferrell Ida M. pul>lr Glazier Review. 
Glazier Mercantile Co. general store. 
Glazier Review (.weekly), Ida M Ferrell 

publisher. 
Grimes & Grimes, grocers. 
Hance A. cattle breeder. 
Hardage \V H, cattle breeder. 
Ir;dependent Grain Co. 
Jones C ^\". cattle breeder. 
Porch Ciiarles L, physician. 
Poteet A ^^', hdwe and farm implts. 
Smith ^^' H. r r. exp and tel agt. 
Tandy :Mercantile Co, genl store. 
Tennison W G. livery. 
Thomas L B, machinist. 
White Houf-e Lumber Co. 
York-Key Lumber Co, lumber and genl 

store. 



GLE.V. 

Population 30. On Double Bayou In 
Chambers county, 12 miles soutii of An- 
ahuac, the county seat and banking point 
Mail, dail\'. J. W. Frost, postmaster. 
Barnes W J, real estate. 
Btasun -V L. lav.yer. 
FUOST J \\, Geiiernl Store. 
Owen .\, i»hysician. 
Watson W, boat builder. 



GLKX COVK. 

Population 100. In Coleman county, 14 
miles trom Coleman, the county seat, 
banking and shipping point. Telephone 
connection. W. H. Williams, postmaster. 
Alex.and'^r "W G. cattle breeder. 
-Mien John B, general store. 
Borders H F' *t Son, cotton gin. 
Pentecost James p, physician. 
\V1I.LI.\.')IS \V H. Dni^llfiKt and J'oHt- 

master. 

GLK.VDALE. 

Population 75. On the M. K. .Sr T. Ry.. 
in Trinity county, 12 miles west of 
Groveton, the county seat and " from 
Trinity, both of whicli places afford 
banking facilities. Tel.. W. U. K.'<p., 
.-\m. Telephone conneoClon. James H. 
I'urdue, postmaster. 
Arnold J H, genl store. 
Butler W R, r r. e.\-|j and tel agt. 
Gates J T. general store. 
I'LItUll-:: BUUS, (;ruernl Store. 

gm:.\faav.\-. 

Population l.iO. In Rusk county, 19 
miles south of Henderson, the Judicial 
scat and 8 from Cusiiing. the nearest 
banking and shipping i-oint. Telejiln^ne 
connection. ,1. M. Fussell, jKistmaster. 
I-'l SSKI.I, J M. (;encTal Store, Cotton Olii 

and Grist Mill. 
Fussell Oscar, live stock dealer. 
Whitley J A. cotton gin. 



<;i.K.\i<'i,(>u.v. 

Population 400. On the G. C. & S. F. 
Ry., In Wharton county, 6 miles north- 
west of Wharton, the countv seat. Has 
a bank. Tel.. W. U. Exp., Am. Tele- 
phone connection. 
.\ndrews Kit. blacksmith. 
Burleson Hannah, genl store. 
Davidson W L, drugs and phvs. 
GIftorrt G C, genl store. 
GLENFLOR.V STATE H.\XK (Cnpltal 

$10,000), Jesse Mattliew Pres, A ,M 

Clapp Cashier. 
Henry W G. genl store. 
Heyne ,.Vr Wearden. cotton gin. 
Hood & Martin, genl store. 
Huston R B, genl store. 
.Tarni.gan E G, grocer. 
Krisclike H J, genl store. 
Meyer O H, blacksmitli. 
Northington G H Mercantile Co, general 

store and lumber. 
Peoples Oil and Cotton Co. 
Rol(i C R, confectioner. 
Rose'way Thomas, blacksmith 
Wearden Edward, grocer and flour mill. 

GLEN HOSE. 

Population 1,000. The Judicial seat of 
Somervell county, IT'i miles soutli of 
Granbury, its shipping point. Has 
banks and 2 weekly newspapers. Tele 
phone connection. 
Bryan T J. genl store. 
Campbell T B, livery, 
Collins J E, telephone exchange. 
Crockett Ashley W, publr Glen Rose 

Herald. 
Embree & Mantooth, blacksmiths. 
Farmers & Merchants Independent Tele 

phone Co. 
FIRST >fATIO\".\L B.VXK (Capital $2.'., 

000), E A Milam Pies, R L Bryan 

Cashier. 
Gaither Fred, photographer. 
Gibbs Lucius P, physician. 
Glen Rose Commercial Club, L A Wright 

sec. 
Glen Rose Herald (weekly), A W Crock 

ett publr. 
Glen Rose Reporter (weekly!, Newman & 

Colllngs publrs. 
Gresham & Co. drv goods. 
Hill C W & Co. genl store. 
Holden Bros, restaurant. 
Lilley J L, grocer. 
McGaughey L B. notions. 
Milam E A, physician. 
.Milam J R Co, genl store. 
Murray J T, physician. 
Newman & CoUings, publrs Glen Rose 

Reporter. 
Nickell R L. well driler. 
Powell "W H. physician. 
Price .V J. cotton gin and grist mill. 
Roden .\ H. drugs. 
Sadler A L, drugs. 

Shields John, grotrer, furniture and un- 
dertaker. 
\^'.alker .7 D, grocer. 
Wilder H L, physician. 
Willi.ams Lumber Co. 
Williams R .V. baker. 
Wood Joseph, jeweler, 
Wright & Darnaby, grocers. 

GLEXWOOn. 

Population 250. In Upshur county, 9 
miles from Gilmer, the county seat, bank- 
ing and shipping fioint. Telephone con- 
nection. T. V. Kennard, postmaster. 
Bain .1 M. cotton gin. 

Bledsoe W J, genl store and cotton gin 
Brawley E H. genl store. 
Buchan Wm H, pliysician. 
Buchan Wm H ir. ph%"sician. 
KEN.NARIJ T V. I'o.stuiiiKter. 
Robertson M, genl stfire. 
Wallace Jeff, general store. 

Gi.innEX. 

Population 300, On the G.. II & S. A 
Ry. in Colorado count.v. 3 miles west of 
Columbus, the county seat and banking 
point. Exp.. W. F. & Co. Telephone 
connection. 
Berthold L C, grocer. 
Darby & Campbell, general store. 



• iLORV. 

Population l.'O. In Lamar ci'unty, > 
miles from i'aris. the county s, at. bank- 
ing and shipping pt^int. Has a Baptist 
church. Telephone conneciior.. M. W. 
Baxter, postmaster. 
Boyce R N 4S.- Co, general stor'^ 
Gooch R L. blksmith. 
PAY.\E * IIA\TER, (General More. 
Price Bros, general store. 
Young R H, general store and '.ction gin. 



GUBKR. 

Population 300. In Fannin coui.ty. l!f 
miles southeast of Bonham. The county 
seat, banking- and sliipping pfint. Has 
Baptist, Christian and Methodist 
churches. Telephone connection. R. W. 
Richardson, postmaster. 
Blair D B, general store. 
Colvin Bios, restr and cnnfrs 
Cunningham & Biggerstaff, ger.eral stor*. 
Duke T B, physician, 
Duke & Rodinan. drugs. 
Eads & Son, grocers. 
London & Hembree, blacksmiths 
McCover Frank, grocer and cor^fr 
Mclntvre & Anderson, grocers 
RICH-^RDSON R W, Driigglxt. Ph;-<iclan 

and Postmaster. 
Wolfe Reed, physician. 
Woodson K A, grocer. 



GODI.EV. 

Population 500. on the G.. C. Ar S. F*. 
Ry,. in Johnson county, 12 miles north- 
west of Cleburne, the count.\' seat Has 
Baptist. Methodist and Prasnyterian 
churches, a bank, a newspaper, a cotton 
gin, etc. Tel., W. T'. Exp.. W F. & Co. 
Telephone connection. James B Rams, 
postmaster. 

Brittain John B. grocer. 
Brown Charles I', restaurant, 
Bruce J H, general store. 
CITI/.E.XS' B.V.Mv tCaiilial »10.iMK)i. Ben- 
jamin O Smith i'res, Thomas N Hick- 
man Vice-Pres, John R Beaver Cashier. 
Clark W W, lumber. 
Dement W S & i.'o (W S I.ien-.ent. B E 

O'Neal), ins and real estate 
DILLAHU J T & CO (J T Uillard. T B 
Wallace, John A Jackson;, Rtil Ks:ate, 
Loans and Insurance. 
Garrett J W jl .'^on, blksmiii-.s 
Gibson & Lundell 1 Frank Gir.s:,n, .A. R 

LutKlell), real estate. 
Giese H A\", r r, tel and exp ag: 
Green R H & Son (It H and L N,i. gro- 
cers. 
Hardcastle & Tucker (S L Hardcastle, 

W S Tucker), cotton gin. 
Hudson. Davis & Co (I'allasi, Mr;;'o- J 

McKnight niugi-, general store 
Hughes H -M, blksmith. 
Lee Henry J, meats and restaura-.: 
McKnight M J. poultry lireeder 
Middleton Hardware Co (John J and 

Edwin G Middleton). 
Odom & Thomas (Claude D Odom. Ches- 
ter J Thomas), dru.as. 
Rains J B it Co (J B Rains. T B Oatts), 

grocers. 
Ussery O B & Co (O B and S F Vssery). 

dry goods. 
Vinson John F, tailor. 
White P Lee, grocer and furnifure. 

GOL,.\N. 

A rural pustothce in Jones county, 
10 'i miles from McCaulley. the nearest 
banking and sliipping point. Mail tri- 
weekly. 



GOLD. 

Population 50. In Gillespie cou.n'v, 15 
miles northeast of Fredericksburg, the 
county seat and nearest banking rvini, 
and 36 from Llano, the nearest shij.-ping 
point. Mail daily. 
Gold Bros, general store. 
Klaerner Emil, blksmith. 



GOLI)i;.\. 

Population 650. On the M K <<: T. 
Ry., in Wood conntj, 10 m:l-s soj-.h- 
west of Quitman, the counT>' seat. Has 
Baptist, Christian and .Meth'di.st 
churches, a ban!< and :i new.-^xiaper T-1.. 




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■\V. U. , Exp., Am. Telephone connec- 
tion. I. N. Reneau, postmaster. 
B.*R>'ETT J .\, Xolary Publlo. 

Bellamy T I- & Co, grocers. 

Brittain Z T, grocer. 

Cooper J E. physician. 

Cooper & Harpole, drugs. 

Golden Drug Co. 

Golden Gin & Lumber Cc, cotton gin. 

Goiden Rule The (weekly), Ed Laney 

publr. 
Golden State Bank (capital SIO.OOO), J C 

Adrian pros. AV A Smith cashr. 
Laney Ed, puljlr The Golden Rule. 
Lankford J K P, general store. 
Pope S B, general store. 
REXFAl' * PRECISE, General Store.' 
Robinson John T, general store. 
Robinson W J & Son, general store. 
Vines T J & Son, cotton gin. 



GOLDSBORO. 

Population 150. On the G., C. & S. F. 
Ry.. in Coleman county, 30 miles north- 
west of Coleman, the county seat, and 6 
from Novice, the nearest banking point. 
Has Baptist and Christian churches 
■Exp., \V. F. & Co. Telephone connection 
A\'. J. Tatum, postmaster. 
Bullard T A & Co, general store. 
Goode J C, telephone exchange. 
^IcCook J E, general store. 
McKinney M C & Co^ general store and 

drugs. 
RatlifE J M. r r and exp agt. 
TATl'M W J, Grocer and Po»tnia.<iter. 
"U'arnica P, general store. 
■n'illis W T A: Son, cotton gin. 



(JOI.DTHW AITE IH STI.EH THE (Week- 
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tSee adv below.) 



The Goldthwaite Rustler 

SI. 00 PIR YEAR 

A. %. BUMCER, Editor and Publisher 

The only Medium in Mills County that 

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&OLDTH\VAITE. 

Population 1,200. The judicial seat of 

Mills county is located on the G. C. & 

S, F. Ry., »S miles northwest of Temple. 

Has Baptist, Christian. Methodist and 

Presbyterian churches 2 banks, electric 

light plant, 2 cotton gins, marble works 

and 2 weeklj newspapers, tlie Gold- 
thwaite Eagle and the Hustler. Cotton 

grain and cattle are shipped- Tel.. W. 

v.. Exp., W. F. & Co. Telephone connec- 
tion. A. J- Harrison, postmaster. 

Allen Bros (Columbus and John), gro- 
cers. 

.ALLEN S II. County ,Iinlce. 

Anderson Edward B, lawyer and abstract 

Arnold J M, r r, tel and exp agt, 

Atkinson G N", blacksmith. 

Bodkin C L, shoes. 

Bodkin, Hurdle Co (H G Bodkin. P. P 
Hurdle, F X Irwin), furniture, under- 
takers and hardware. 

Boon E M, agt Southland Life Ins Co, 

Branham R C, garage. 

ETOwn M L, physician. 

Brown & Graves (John D Brown 
Andrew Graves), drugs. 

BIRGER AU(;rST S, Publr The Gold- 
th-.\aite Rustler i,-^ee adv). 

Burnett & Weatherby, caltle breeders. 

Campbell J M, ohysician. 

•Clements Roger E, drugs. 

Cline & Son (Milton G and "Wm), grocers. 

Cockrum & Rudd (James Cockrum, 
Charles Rudd), implements. 

Dalton Grover, confectioner. 

Dalton H E, coal. 

J>.4RROCH J C, County Attorney. 

T)ew Wm C, cashr Trent State Bank. 

Estep John W, restaurant. 

Everly I C Co (I C Bverly), dry goods. 

Fairman Walter, cotton gin. 

Ford C H, wagon yard. 

Geeslin B F. electric light plant. 

Geeslin B F Mercantile Co (B P Gees- 
lin. A J Gatlln), general store. 

Goldthwaite Commercial Club. R E Cle- 
ments sec. 

Goldthwaite Eagle (weekly), R M 
Thompson publr: 

Goldthwaite Mercantile Co (capitiil $10,- 
COOi, C E Hudson pres. dry goods. 

Goldthwaite N.ition.nl Bank (capital .$riO,- 
000), W F, Miller pres. J H Randolph 
vice-pres, ^^' B Jacksi>n cashr. 



Greathouse J E, cotton gin. 

Grisham W E, grocer. 

Malbrook J T, la^v>-er and real estate. 

Harper W E, grain, 

Harris & McCullough (B A Harris, W P 

McCullough), lumber. 
Harrison A J, postmaster. 
Hicks L O & Son ( Leroy O and John C) 

general store. 
Hudson & Rahl (Lewis Hudson, James 

Hahl), meats, 
lackson AV E'. cashr Goldthwaite Natl 

Bank. 
.Johnson Key, drayage. 
Keose J X. marble works. 
Kirby & Glover, blacksmiths. 
Lane W H, wagon \-ard. 
Little L H & Sons ( Louis H, "Wm and 

John Little. J F Toland). dry goods. 
Logan J H, drugs and piiys. 
Long F M, county yurveyoi. 
Lowrie S .\, physician. 

.Martin Henry, furniture and hardware 
Mercliant W C, lawyer. 
Miller Louis K. jeweler. 
Mills County Hardware Co (capital $10,- 

000), il J Thorpe pres, J B Walton Jr 

sec-treas. 

New Rock Hotel. Mrs W F Page propr. 
I'ardue \V E, grain. 
I'atterson L E. lawyer. 
Pennington V B. well driller, 
i'rihhle A T. lawver. 
Priddy E O, sheriff. 
Uahl P H, blacksmith. 
r;andolph J H, lumber, 
riichard.-; Wm A. restaurant. 
Savior Carrie, photograi)her. 
.».orTHI.-V.\n LIFE I.NSIUANCE CO, E 

.M Boon Agt. (See left side lines and 

page 2SI. ) 
Sti-eet .John C, grocer. 
Sullivan S P, grocer, 
.'-^ummy W B, county clerk. 
Thomp.-^on Robert M. publr Goldthwaite 

Eagle. 
Trent State Bank (capital $50,000), E P 

.\nderson pres, U M Thompson vice- 

t>res, W C Deu' cashr. 
l.'lirback Bros (Robert and Wm), tinners 
fnderwood Rit, confectioner. 
Weathers S T, horse breeder. 
Weems & Burkes (J T Weems, W L 

Burkes), furniture. 
Wells S T, county treas. 
West Texas Telephone Co, J B White- 
man n-ingr. 
White H T, real estate and vet surg. 
Whiteman J B, mngr West Texas Tel Co. 



GOLIAD. 

Population 2.500. The county seat of 
Goliad county, is located on the S. P. Ry., 
about 150 miles west of Houston and 
about the same dist?,nce southeast of 
San Antonio. It dates its settlement by 
Americans from 15a(i. and by the Spanish 
for over 200 jears. Has 3 cotton gins, a 
broom factory, laundry, bottling works, 
plant, electric light, water works, the 
usual compliment of mercantile estab- 
lishments, 3 banks and 2 weekly news- 
papers. The Advance and The Guard. It 

■I a $25,000 hish school building and 
M'-thodist. Pre.^hyterian, Episcopal. Con- 
gregational, Christian, Catholic and 
L^utheran churches. The princiiial shii>- 
ments are cotton, corn, broom Cf>rn and 
livestock. Tel., 'W. U.; I-:xp., W.. F. & 
Co. Telephone connection. J. A. White, 
lostmaster. 

\I)pleby Richard P, county clerk. 
\tkinson John T. grocer. 
Paker C II & Son (.Marshall -N' Baker), 

Irui^s. 



Baker & Krltton (Levi P.aker, W E Brit- 
ton), tire insurance. 

Baker & Holder (Marshall X Baker, 
James ("> Holder), proprs City Garage. 

Raker's Opera House, M N Baker mngr 

1-iaiimgartner Wm P, jeweler. 

Heniiett James G, grocer. 

i-Iennett Wm B, dentist. 

r.ergmann Co (P^mil Bergmann), general 
store. 

Kergmann Emil. country treas. 

Black Charles T. jeweler. 

Blackburn -Albert, blacksmith. 

Rowe Charles, d.tiry. 

Branch ("^hristopher M. tailor. 

Barns James C, lawver and al)stracts. 

Campbell W B & Sou (Wm B and Philip 
L), insurance. 

C.\KL.SON COXRAD L, Propr Palace 
Saloon. 

(^ash Walter C, livestock. 

("■hampion "W S. contractor. 

Chilton Louis W\ p.h>'sician. 

CITY GARVtiE. linker A; Holder Proi>r.H, 
.A.utomobile Accessories, Supplies and 
Repairs. 

Cole Frank L, laundrv. 

Collier Bros (Carlton M, Willis C and 
.Toseph). apiarists. 

COM.nEKCI.VL XATION.VL BAMv (Capi- 
tal $50,000, Surplus and Profits Si'l.OODi, 
J C Burns Pres, Custav H Albrecht 
Vice-I'res, Louie C Fell Cashr, M L 
Burns Asst Cashr. 

Cross f:wlng .?. furniture and undertaker. 

CI .\M.\GH.VM JAMES E, Propr Gullad 
Baker>-. 

Danforth ,.>i Bluntzer (Thoma.- H Dan- 
forth, Joe U Bluntzer). grocers. 

DAVIS U AVXE. Lu»v<-r. Cunut.v .\ttor> 
ney of Goliad Count\'. 

Davis & Mathis (E F' Davis, George E 
^lathis), cotton gin. 

Dechert L H, blacksmitli. 

DEXH-VJI HOl.SE. W W lleut\am Propr, 
Free Transportation to and From 
Trains, Free Sample Rooms. Headiiuar- 
ters for Traveling Men. 

UE.MIAM \V>I M, Propr Dealiani IluuKe. 

Dial John W, horse dealer. 

L>ial S Tyler, li^■ery. 

1 >reier Louis H, life insurance. 

i;ckhardt Otto F. livestock. 

Ellis Kd. cement sidewalks. 

Euhanks Ralph E, surveyor. 

Ewell J K Co (capital $15,000), James 
H Ewell pres and mngr. James L' Bell 
sec and treas, dry goiids. 

Fecliner Bros ( Wm and Albert H), furn 
and unaertakers. 

Fell Louie C, cashr Commercial Xational 
Bank. 

FIUST NATIONAL II.VMv ((npltul 
.500. (JOO. Surplus and Profits SI'ik.uooi, 
Wm B Campbell Pres, ,Ioe Taylor \"ice- 
Pres, Philip L Campbell Cashr, Win 
Seidel and Arthur K Franke Asst 
Cashrs. 

Fowler & Fowler (Maynard ^\' and Wal- 
ace E), lawj'ers and abstracts. 

Fromme Wm Mrs. milliner. 

Fromme Wm L. count.\- assessor. 

Funk H C Dry Goods Co (capital S'i.OOO). 
Henr.v C Funk pres and mngr, (Jeorge 
B Reed vice-pres, Theodore E Har- 
mon sec and treas. 
Getzwiller Joseph, pliysician. 
Gibson John, dravage. 

GOLIAD H.VKEItV, J E Cunninehnm 
I'ropr. Siiipments Promi)tly Expediated. 
GOLI.VD UAMv •& Till ST CO (Capital 
$50,000), R Lott I'ettus Pres, Levi 
Baker Vice-Pres, John H Pittman 
Cashr, Weaver E Britttm .\sst (Ja.-.hr, 
C;OLIAD BROOM FACTORY, ^V A 'Wblt- 
liy Propr, Mnfrs of High Grade 
Urooms. 
Goliad Commercial Club, R B Xlchol- 

n sec. 

Goliad Enterprise (weekly), J .V White 
pul^lr. 

(iOLI.AD (i.VU.lGE <t SIPPLA' CO. J P 
Wilhelm I'rupr. .Vutomobile S.tles, .-\c- 
cessories. Supplies and Repairs, Vul- 
canizing <a ."-Specialty. 
Goliad Hardware Co (B Martin Coving- 
ton, Wm D Mclntire. (jCorge R (_'amp- 
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Goliad Stipiily Co (capital $30,000). Ed- 
ward F Glaze pres and mnsr, Wm B 
Campbell vice-pres, John T rittman 
sec, electric ligtits. water works and 
ice ninfrs. 

Goliad 'Weekly Guard. J L, Tally publr. 

Harbison Clyd<^. dravase. 

Ht-ard Wm C. live stock R F D 1. 

Herringr Peter P. machinist. 

Herro it Xachley i Elias Herro, Michael 
Xachley), phonographs. 

Hioks Napoleon, r r, tel and exp agt. 

HillyfT-Dt-iit.-=ch Lumber Co (San An- 
tonio), Teel Standifer mnsr. 

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Holland Wm H, drugs. 

Jecker Alphonse F, bottler and brewer's 

agt. 
Johnson James, apiarist 10 m w. 
Le Master Rot)ert li, physician. 
Linburg Bros (Ed C, Gilbert il a id Rob- 
ert J), meats. 
Lincecum L Josei>h, grocer. 
Loomis Fred, cement sidewalks. 
Lott W H, cattle breeder. 
LutenbachcT Bros (John T and Theo J). 

meats. 
Lutenhacher Louis J. insurance. 
Luttnbacher Theo .J, harness. 
Maddux W II & Co i \V H iladdux. Louis 

Shaptr), grocers. 
Majestic Theatre. John Von Dohlen mngr. 
Martin Benjamin W. cotton gin and grist 

mill and general store. 
Mathis J Ira, contractor. 
Mathis M Luther Mrs. milliner. 
Matlock Mar\'in M. restaurant 
Moiire Hotel. C H McLeod propr. 
Moore J Carrington, drugs. 
IMoore S L, bus line. 
Moreno Pedro, restaurant. 
Neyland ,t Son (Wm K and Wm M), 

hardware. 
Nicholson Ed. tinner. 
PAL,.\CK S.\l,0<>.\. f I. C'nrl.snu I'ropr, 

Choice Wines, Liriuors and Cigars. 
Passmore Herbert J, county ju(ige and 

supt of schools. 
Patton J Gus, iawvf-r. 
I'KItl-Z RItOS iHliiolito Perez), .Mners 

Hiiiolitos String Band. (See adv.) 
Pettus .TanjfS M, livtstuek. 
Pettus R 1>. cattle breeder. 
Pierce Fordyce Oil -Xssn, W J Redding 

agt. 
Pittman .lohn H, cashr Goliad Bank & 

Trust Co. 
Pope G ICmniett. lawyer. 
Sanderfur J P. blacksmith. 
SerliLTson L it Co (Louis and Walter M), 

general store. 
SeiiKl Wni. life insurance. 
.SH.VPKIl JXSI'Klt \\, Kelll K.slnte, I.nrce 

and .Small Tracts For Sale in Goliad 

County. 
Shaper Jue] I*,, notions. 
SIIAI'IOll Tll(>:il \S L, AKeiit (or ClKlillne. 

Ford and Studet'aker Automobiles in 

Goliad County. 



Southwestern Tel & Tel Co, Shelby Welch 
mngr. 

Spires James A. grocer, 

StreadI J S. blacksmitlv. 

Tally J Littleton. i>ulilr Goliad Weekly 
Guard and district clerk. 

Taylor Jesse W. grocer. 

Taylor Roland S. confectioner. 

Victoria Mnfg Co (Victoria). W J Red- 
ding mngr. cotton .gin. 

Walker ,*t Leggett (Wm L Walker, Floyd 
Leggett). grocers and" bakers. 

Welch Stielby, mngr Southwestern Tel 
i Tel Co. 

Whitby Wm A, propr Goliad Broom Fac- 
toi"y. 

White James A, postmaster and publr 
Goliad l-;nterjtrise, 

Wilhelm Jesse P, propr Goliad Garage & 
Supply Co. 

Willemin Victor, sheriff. 

Yariiorough John M. physician. 

Young Men's Business Club. Walter M 
Seeligson pres. Ada Wallace sec, Ar- 
thur R Franke treas. 

SOJIEZ. 

Population 100. in Terry county, 5 
miles west oi" Browntteld. the county seat 
and nearest banking point, and 30 from 
Tatioka. the nearest shipping point. 
Fulton W A. cattle i>reeder. 
(?omez Mercantile Co. general store. 
Havs J M & Sons, cattle breeders. 
Hudson I H. cattle breeder. 
Johnson .s B. cattle breeder. 
I.ane & Jones, cattle breeders. 
If.lODOX. S < , (irocer and Uriifcsiiit. 
Moore A P, grocer. 



c.osv.w.v.s. 

Population I. .500. <^o(mty seat of Gon- 
zales count\-, an incorporated city on the 
banks of the beautiful Guadalupe river 
and on the Gonzales branch of the S, P. 
and the Lockhart branch of the S, A. 
& A. P. Rys. (ionzales marks the place 
where occurred many of tlie battles in 
the early strurrgles for Texan inde- 
pendence from Mexico. A splendid monu- 
ment has been erected b,\- the citizens 
of Gonzales, st.mding in the renter of 
a beautiful plaza in tlie heart of the 
city, commemorative of the brave and 
heroic deeds of her soldiers in their 
struggles for lil,ert.\. Ttie State of 
Texas has recently purchased a tract 
of land just outside tli" cite limits to 
be used as a park in historic memory 
of the liattles for freedom that \vere 
fought here. Gonzales has .3 banks. 1 
daily newspaper, the Inquirer, and 2 
weeklies, the Inquirer and the Reform. 
Has cotton oil mill and compress, sev- 
eral large totton gins, brick manufac- 
turing plant. 3 ^\holesale grocery houses. 
electric light and ice rdaiit, also water 
power plant. G'lnzules has an abun- 
dance of power at small cost to supply 
a number of additional factories and 
manufacturing plants. The principal 
export shipments are cotton, livestock, 
produce and dairy products. Tel., W. 
U.. Exp., "W. F. & (;o. Telephone con- 
nection. Paniel U. Ramsa>-. postmaster. 
Adams C R, mngr W V Tel Co. 
Alamo Lumber (Jo (San .'mtonio), George 

Ewing mngr. 
Aldenhoven Carl, phssician. 
.Andrada J J. blacksmith. 
Ara Mike, general store. 
Armour J L, agt W F & Co Exp. 
Arno (Jarl, publr Gonzales Reform, 
B.tldfuTiero Casas. restaui'ant. 
Blanctuiana Emil, leweler. 
Blanton & Green (W H Blanton, \M B 

Green). Kiwiers. 
Boothc W II & Co (Wm H Boothe) 

general store. 
Boothe & Lewis (C L and Ross P.oothe, 

Ed Lewis), hardware .and implements. 
Bright Jewelrv House (C V Bright). 
Bright Music Co (E Ray Bright). 
Burchard Charles A. lawyer, 
('ampbell Guy, . dentist. 

Citizens' Auto Co, Joseph Herzik mngr 
(Citizens' Electric Light and Po\^■er Co 

(capital $15,000), J D Sayres pres, T 

II .Spooncr sec and mngr. 
Clark Charles F, district clerk. 
Cleveland W .1. contractor. 



Cobb T B. grocer. 

Combs Jantes F, dentist. 

Conrad J E, confectioner. 

Conway John S. lawyer. 

Czichas A J, tailor. 

L")aniel John H. agt S A & A F Ry. 

Davis L B, livery. 

Davis W H. automobiles and cattlo 

breeder. 
Dawe Arthur, confectioner 
Dawe Thomas & Son 'Thomas an(* 

Isaac), grist mill and cottt i; gin. 
Dawe W T. physician. 
De Leon T. grocer. 
Diluorth Bank The (unincorporated). 

R I Dilworth pres. c E I'ilworth 

vice-pres. R S Chambeis cashr. 
Ddrsett Theodore, physician. 
Du Bose John & Sons (John. .' O. J I> 

and F L). grocers. 
Dunning Joe B jr. grocer. 
Dunning W T, phvsiciaii. 
Efron J A, general store. 
Farmer A, blacksmith. 
Farmer W G. blacksmith. 
Fai-mers' National Bank (cai-ital -'.50 - 

000). Thomas B Paltrey fres. .'j P 

Randle vice-pres. J S L'ouErlass cashr. 
Fitzgerald A II. drugs and becks. 
Forgotston JI H. dry goods. 
Fonts J J, physician. 
Frazor J W. restaurant. 
Friedman C (est of). H Frie.'rr.r.r. mngr. 

dr>" iioods. 
Funk ^'m. dairy. 
Fiissell Grocery Co (capital s;i..'>Oe>. T 

B' Fussell pres. John Watt sec. w'r.oie- 

sale grocers. 
Ganiain John, general store. 
Ganiam M. general store. 
CJardien W L. ma.\"or. 
Gaidien & Kokernot, insur;.r:-.e 
(I'letz Feril. phot«jgraphei'. 
(.Sonzales Business :\Ien's iVlur. Sidney 

A Smith pres. John C Jones v;ce-pres. 

J H Daniel sec. 
Gonzales (.'ottoii (til and Mt.fg Co (cap- 
ital .^e.S.SOO). W M Fly pies. .; F P.em- 

.^chel sec and mngr. 
Gonzales Creamery Co. Gt'.'ri:"e Mir.ear 

mngr. 
(3onzales Di-ug Co. I. C Brenner propr. 
Gonzales Dry Goods Co i capital -iCO.- 

000). "^V "11 Clark pres and mngr 
Gonzales Tee and Refrigerating Co ic.p- 

ital .<:0.000). Hugh Lewis iit-v W J 

Bright sec. 

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publr. 
Gonzales State Bank and Trust Co 'cap- 
ital ?75.000). W J Bright pres. F M 

Fly vice-pres. J C Bright cashr. 
Gonzales Telephone Co (capita! 530 ')00). 

L P Davis pres, J W Veinor sec ana 

mngr. 
Gonzales Water Power Co (capital $C0,- 

OUO). T H Spooner mngr. 
Gonzales 'Water Works Co (capital j;3,- 

000), J S Leu is pies. T H .«pooner sec 

and mngr. 
Gurlnsky Benjamin, fruits. 
GuriMsli\- Harrj-, dr>' goods 
Hami't'>n N W, coufity tax collector. 
I(\R\\<H>II .«: nrllCIIAIin dbomai F~ 

Ilarwoo'l, Charles A Lur'.hard), Ab- 

stta'ds and Loans. 
Harwood .St .Miller (Thomas F Har- 

wood, W T Miller). luv.\ crs. 
Hej"e D W, harness. 
Heve Fritz, vehicles, 
inideliramlt J W. physician 
Minriehs .\ "W. notions. 
Holmes J W. count\- jo'lge. 
Hoskins (.' ft .*;• Co (C I; and B B Hos- 

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Hoskina Mercantile Co icni)Ual $30,000), 

C H jXoskms pros, B B Hoskins jr 

sec, general store. 
Houston W B. livestock. 
Jahnke B P, jeweler. 
Johnston W W, sheriff. 
Jones J D, g^eneral store. 
Jones W D C, lawyer. 
Kleine iBros (Walter Kleine), furniture 

and undertakers. 
Kluce G K, meats. 

Knight & Co (T J Knight), dry goods. 
ICokernot W H, cattle breeder. 
Kramp Wm, photographer. 
L,ackey John, blacksmith. 
Ijamkin T M, collections. 
Xiiitcecum G D. gnocer. 
XiOckhart Grocery Co (Lockhart), J M 

Buchnnati .'nnsir, wholesale grocers, 
llcCabe Mary V, milliner. 
ilcLendon G L, Jivery. 
Maness J A. ph.vsicinji. 
>Iason A E. harness. 
Mason Hotel, iirs Henriettti Jlonshausen 

propr. 
ilason J 'C. tinner and plumber. 
Mendoza M, ba"keT. 
Menking E A, meats. 
Michelson Bros (Harold and Jacob-), ice 

cream mnfrs. 
MiU.^ap J R, grocer, 
iloellendorf W M, 'baT<er. 
Moeller Albert F, grocer and hardware. 
!Moi7rmann J ST, druprs. 
Moore & Dubose (J W Moo^re. W 'K Du- 

bose). livestoclc. 
Mueitker %\' G, grocer. 
■Mnndrick & Son, blacksmith. 
"Na-sel -FC, crrocer and l^ard^vare. 
»uhaus Wm. general store. 
Orts H fR. county tax awses.^or. 
Farr A B, physician. 
Patterson Satn. county clerk. 
Peck * Fly. W 'M Fly mngr, hardware 

and grocers. 
Peterson A V. county supt schools. 
Penrod Luoian, phyt^ician. 
Pierce A P, vehicles. 
Plaza Hotel, A B Rather propr. 
Plaza Theatre, Conde R l-Ioskins propr. 
Polk iHliarn !Mry, restaurant. 
Pott.s M Tj, real estate. 
Purkle V/ II, coittr and house mover. 
Jiainboit & Midkiff (J "i;\" Rainbolt, W F 

MidklfE). lawyers. 
Ramsay Daniel U, itostmaster. 
KF;E.SK IlE.vnv JIl, Publr The Gonznlen 

Inquirer. (See adv.) 
Reid N t*. county attorney, 
Remschel Bros (J F and R A), lumber. 
Roohell ■House. H W Talley propr. 
Romberg & Duncan (J C Romberg, H 

LJUncan), lawyers. 
Scheske Albert, meats, 
Sc)ioenleffer .! J, blacksmith. 
Scott T O, phj'sician. 
Sellers Robert, harness. 



Sin.^er .'^ewing Machine Co, T C Munford 

agt. 
Skinner Jolm. livestock. 
Smith Brotf (CO and E E). dry goods. 
Smith Frank, meats and livestock. 
Smith Sidney A, printer. 
Sorrells W R, contr and house mover 
Stahl Bros (David and Jacob), grocers 

and implts. 
Stephenson it Beall (T E Stephanson, W 

L-' Real]), horses and mules. 
SI .VSKT UHlt'K A: TILE CO (Capital 

JJO.OOO). X B Harwuud I'res. .\ R Har- 

wood ^'ice-Pres. T M Harwood Sec and 

Mngr. Brick ilnfrs. 
Tadlock J B. furn and undertaker. 
Talley H 'VV, tailor. 

Te.xas Gin Co. 1> F McJLavLghlin mngr, 
Texas Realty & I^oan Co, B B Hoskins 

mngr. 
Tips J s jr, county surveyor. 
Tudon Frank Urs. restaurant, 
Vrazel Frank, cotton gin. 
Wade G W & Co (.G W Wade, L«ler 

Quails), agrl ImpUs. 
Wade oc Cizek, blacksmiths. 
W.VLDUEP \\" P, I'ropr "W P %Valdrep * 

Co. (See adv below.) 
W.VLUREP W P & CO, \V P Walrtreji 

I'ropr. Wiioiesale Grocers. Pecans Jiiid 

Prwduee. ( S«e adv beio\\".) 
Walker R H. sec Te.xas State Board of 

Pharmacy and tire .ins. 
Walter C K, lawyer. 

\\'eiss F F. agt Southern Pacific Ry. 
\\'ills John, blacksmith. 
Wilson Harry H, grocer. 
Wilson R G, tailor and dyer, 
Wyatt Lula Mrs, county treas. 
Verwood Charles R, physician. 
Zahow Chekri, grocer and dry goods. 



GOOU>I AX. 

A country postodice in Bastrop county. 
5'-i miles northwest of Bastrop, the coun- 
ty seat, banking and shipping point. JIail 
riailv. 
iMII.I.Ell •.<!: MILI^EU, Geueral Store and 

Cotton Gin. 



GOODLKTT. 

Population 200. On the Ft. W. & D. C. 
Ry., In Hartleman county, 9 miles north- 
west of Quanah, the county seat. Has 
Baptist and Methodist churches, and a 
bank, E.xp.. Adams. Telephone connec- 
tion. C. S. Shires, postmaster. 
(Jarroll Homer Hardware Co. 
Goodlett E S lie Co, grocers and hardware 
tK)OUI.ETT J n & CO ( J B and E S 

Goodlett), Bankers. 
Goodlett Lumber Co. 
Griflith F O. grocer. 
.Harris Grocery Co. 
IJones X L. cotton gin. 
Rally r M. dry goods. 
(Rhea H W. coal. 
iRiclcs & Rhea, blacksmiths. 
SHIRF> C S, Geueral Store. 
Terry s D, physician. 
Terry S D & Co, drugs. 
Thrasher John, blacksmith. 
Watts L B. r r and exp agt. 



GOODJVIGHT. 

Poriulation .150. On the Ft. AV. & D. C. 
R\'.. in .\rmstrong couiit.v. 12 miles east 
of Claude, the county seat. Has Baptist 
and Methodist churches, a bank and a 
weekly newspaper. The Free Pre.ss. Exp., 
.\dams. Telephone connection. M. P. 
Smith, postmaster. 
Blanton C Sf, meats. 
Brooks & Dodson, agil linpUs. 
EUzey B G, cotton gin. 
Goodnight Charles, cattle breeder. 
Goodnight Free i'ress (weekly), J Paul 

Sarvis publr. 
Goodnight State Bank (capital $20,000), 

J M Grain pres, G Miller cashr. 
Goodnight Telephone Co. 
Henry S M. physician, 
Hooten H C, lumber, 
Kennington S M, r r and exp agt. 
Kinard .A. .1. drugs. 
Mercantile Co The, general store. 
Roach Bros, dry goods and grocers. 
SMITH lU P. PoKtinnster. 
Stanton W N, hlacksmltli. 
Terry G C, furniture. 




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GOODKICU. 

Population 100. On the H, E. & W. T. 
Ry.. in Polk county, 8 miles from Liv- 
ingston, the county seat and banking 
point. Has Baptist and Methodist 
churches. Tel., W. U. ; Exp., W,, F. & Co. 
James R. Edmonds, postmaster. 
-Armitage W W, apiarLst. 
Coward L J, r r, exj- and tel agt. 
F.DMO.VDS J R, Gcuernl Store. 
Galloway Kate Mrs. hotel. 
Newman John, photographer. 
Robb R C, cotton buyer. 
Sa\vyer & Marshall, cotton ^in. 
Turner .7 R, general store. 
^ViUiams H L, general store. 




GOOSE CRKEK. 

Population 300. A boat landing on Gal- 
veston Bay in Harris county, 27 miles 
east of Houston, the county seat, and 5 
from La Porte, the nearest tianking point 
and rail approach. Telephone connection. 
-Mien O A, soft drinks. 
Bay Shore lion Works, machinists. 
Fayle A W &; Bro. general store. 
McKay Grocery Co. 
Wickershimer J P, dry goods and shoes. 



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GORDON. 

Population 609, on T. & P. Ry.. in Palo 

Pinto couiity, 19 rniles north of Palo Pin- 
to, the county seat and 73 west of Fort 

Worth. Has - banks, 2 cotton gins, iivater 

works, a weekly newspaper, and Metho- 
dist. Baptist and Christian cliurches. 

i^rincipal shipments cotton and livestock. 

Tel., W. U. ; Exp., AV., F. & Co. Tele- 
phone connections. A. Jamieson, post- 
master. 

Baker A. cotton gin. 

Bell Thomas E, restaurant. 

Blewett J AV, drug-s. 

Boles Maud, n illiner. 

Boyd Marshal F, drayage. 

Deford Grain Co 'H L and Harry Defordl. 

Doris Berlin, blacksmith. 

D^"e^ Thomas, g-eneral store. 

Eaton, Blewett Co (capital $50,000), R L 
Eaton pres. Mrs J N' Blewett vice-pres. 
A Jamieson sec and treas. j^enl store. 

Farmers' Mil! & Gin Co, J S Rocl-:er mngr. 

First National Bank The (capital $25,000). 
A P Wilbar pres, R L Eaton and S B 
Strawn vice pres, R E Colvard cashr. 

Gordon Banking & Mercantile (3o (pri- 
vate), J \y Conway mngr, bank and 
general store. 

Gordon Courier The (weekly), Arthur 
Speer publr. 

Gordon Lumber Co (capital $8,500), .-V N 
Edwards pres, I M Edwards vice-pres. 
McDonald Edward.- sec and trt^as. 

Gordon Water, Light & Power Co (capital 
$4,000), R L i;aton pres, J R Rice vice- 
pres, W S Dawson sec and treas. 

Henegar Carl .P, watonmaker. 

Henegar Edward H. gcnc.-al store. 

Houx Frank . ' grocei-. 

Houx Isaiah F, drugs ind ph.vsician. 

Jones Bros Mj C and E A), hardware 
and furniture. 

Langston George B. r r. tel and exp agt. 

MoCorkle James H. physician. 

Marr James A. grocer. 

Oden Benjamin B, general store. 

Oden John M, general store. 

People's Cash Store (capital $10,000), J J 
Pettus pres, T F Pettus vice-pres, E T 
Hart sec and treas. general store. 

Piper J Wm.' livery. 

Ray House The, J TA' Kelley propr. 

Rice James R, general store. 

Ryan "W R, blacksmith. 

Snider M Burrette, tailor and photog- 
rapher. 

Speer Arthur, lawyer and publr The 
Courier. 

Starr John W. meats. 

STATHAM BUOS (O W and E H), Drue- 
gists. 

Stewart Joseph A, hardware. 

Thompson Wm P, real estate. 

Wilbar Joseph Q, dentist. 



GORDOXVIl,l,E. 

Population 150. In Grayson county. 

25 miles northwest of Sherman, the 

county seat, and 12 from Whitesboro. 

the nearest shipping point. Has Bap- 
tist, Christian and Methodist churches 

and a bank. Telephone connection. 

Albert Hoyter, postmaster. 

Davis & Robinson, horse breeders. 

Greer G "W, phy.sician. 

Guaranty State Bank (capital $10,000), 
H C Sanderson pres, C M Zelgle cashr. 

HOYTER ALBKRT, Dmeslst aud Under- 
takers' Supplies. 

Hudson Hotel, J N Hudson propr. 

Jones J R, blacksmith. 

McAdams, Hoyter &. Co, general store. 

McKinney T E. physician. 

Rawlins E N, grocer 5 miles ne. 

Rich R L, general store. 

Sanderson H C. general store and drugs. 

Scarbrough W W, cotton gin. 

Scarbrough & Jones, well drillers. 

Smith D C, blacksmith. 

Strlbling R K, grocer and confectioner. 

Zeigle C M, printer and Insurance. 



GOHEE. 

Population 1,000. On the "W. V. R. R., 
in Knox county, 23 miles from Ben- 
jamin, the county seat. Has a bank. 
Exp., Adams. Telephone connection. 
Charles .Tohnston, postmaster. 
Anderson T M. real estate. 
Arndt A. milliner. 



Eianknight H 10. dry goods. 

Blankenship Bros, dray. 

Block R, restaurant, 

Brazos Valley Mercantile Co, general 

store. 
Burgess Floyd, cotton gin. 
Burns Con. cattle feeder. 
Camp P J, tailor. 
Coffman A E. garage. 
Coffman D W, harness. 
Coftman Lee. cattle feeder. 
Condron AA' R, cattle feeder, 
Davis T J. grocer. 
Edwards Hugh J, grocer. 
Edwards W P, rattle feeder. 
First National Bank (capital $25,000), 

J E Patton pres, J E Allen cashr. 
Freeman J C, grocer. 
Glover S D, blacksmith. 
Goree Commercial Club. 
Goree Grain and Elevator Co. 
(3oree Hardware Co. 
Goree Oil Co, oil producer!?. 
Griffin W H H, drugs. 
Hall & Lane, grocers. 
Haskell Telephone Co. 
Heard E F. physician. 
Heard W S. public weigher. 
Heard »S: Robinson, livery, 
Hutchins E AA'. grocer. 
JOHNSTON CHARLES, Poxtmaster. 
McLendon Thomas, poultry breeder. 
Maloney Drug Co. 
Melton J W, veterinary surgeon and 

poultry breeder. 
Moore G AV, real estate. 
Morton .T C, blacksmith. 
Xorris E AV, cattle feeder. 
Parks E S. cattle feeder. 
Patton W H, cattle feeder. 
Payne T H. hotel. 
Phillips I B. drv goods. 
Phillips J E. tailor. 
Pierce S J, general store. 
Taylor Wm M, physician. 
West Ivee. restaurant and meats. 
West Texas Supply Co, general store. 
Williams L, rr, exp and tel agt. 
Woodall Oscar L, physician. 
Wooldridge J C, lumber. 



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GORM.\N. 

Population 1,000. (Jn the T. C. Ry.. 
in Eastland county. 22 miles northwest 
of Eastland, the county seat. Has Bap- 
tist. Christian. Holiness and Methodist 
churches, 2 banks, cotton oil mill, cot- 
ton compress and cotton gins. .\ weekly 
newspaper, the Progi-ess, is published. 
Tel., W. v.. lOxp., Am. Telephone con- 
nection. R. F. Nelson, postmaster. 
.\ndriis Louis, livestock. 
Ballard James H, dry goods and grocer. 
Barton Thomas, dairy. 
Bishop Samuel AA', lawyer. 
E'ou-les S Bolivar, livery. 
Carlton Samuel Fl, physician. 
City Hotel. F O Ellis propr. 
Collie AValler M, publr The Progress and 

insurance. 
Comer Marion B. dry goods. 
Commercial -Hotel, Mrs S F Alsabrook 

propr. 
Continental State Bank (capital 
000), J G AA'ilkinson pres, J T 
\'lce-pres, D G Stevens cashr. 
David Marion, contractor. 
Denton Harvey K, dentist. 
Eppler Mercantile Co (capital $50,000), 
T L Gates pres, AA' R Eppler treas, A 
J Jones sec, general store. 
Farmers' Co-operative Store, J M Hirst 

mngr. 
Farmers' Union Warehouse. J M Hirst 

mngr. 
FIRST NATIONAL DANK THE (Cap- 
ital $30,000), H W Kuteman Pres, J 
E Spencer Vice-Pres, John H Sweatt 
Cashr. 
Fowler Elbert A, watchmaker. 
Gates Thomas L, cotton buyer. 
Godman Wesle>', livestock. 
Gorman Commercial Club. J H Sweatt 

pres. W .T Mangum sec. 
Gorman Compress Co (capital $10,000), 
F S Perry pres, W V Whatley vice- 
pres. J H Sweatt sec and treas. 
Gorman Drug C^o. Duncan Bros proprs. 
Gorm.an Progress The (weekly), AA' M 

Collie publr. 
Groves Luther, tailor. 
Hadlev John, tailor. 



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Haley Adie. milliner. 
Hamrick Henr\- T, dry goods. 
Hunt Isaac M, contr.irtor. 
.Tones Boss J. ice and express. 
Jones & AVilliams (R A Jones 

Williams), feed. 
Kimble Edwin AV. drugs and physician. 
Kirk Frank, livestock. 
Lasater AA'm .T. telephone system. 
Leggett Claud B. ph\sician. 
Mc(ioghren Miles AV, dr.ayage. 
McMuUen Lee R, grocer "a.nd wagon 

yard. 
Miller Horace, dry goods 
Palace Hotel, H F .Alsabrook rropr. 
Paulk & AVillis. meats. 
Perry Frederick S, cotton oil mill an.3 

giri. 
Pitman J Newton, veterinary surgeon. 
Purdy John T, hardware. 
Reeves Wm B. dry goods. 
Reeves W Clay, confectioner 
Reynolds cS; Chapman (T J Reynolds. J 

F Chapman), tailors. 
Rush Robert H, physician. 
Scales Marvin, r r, tel and esr apt 
Slepezy Mattress Co (F S and A." L 

Perry). 
Smythe Ethel, stenographer. 
Squires James C. restaurant 
Sutton Bros (E C Sutton), Cry goods. 
Terry H C. blacksmith. 
Townsend Frank W, cotton buyer. 
Townsend, Oldham & Co (^.-apical $100.- 

000), R AV Higginbotham rres. F AA" 

Townsend vice-pres, F C Oldham 

treas, R D Fry sec, .general store 
Towrv Robert L, restaurant. 
Vaught & Prichard (T B A'aught. 

Prichard), plumbers. 
Whitley & Mann (W H Wh.tiey 

Mann), hardware. 
Woods Wm. dairy. 
Wyatt Edward D, veterinary ,«urpeon. 



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GOSSETT. 

A country po.stoffice in Kaufrri.in coun- 
ty, on the T. & N. O. Ry.. 1 •; m:".es south- 
east of Kaufman, the county s*at T'lTe- 
phone connection. 
Blaser O F. cotton gin. 
Henry & Pattei-son. general rT''.re 
Oaks AA' C, general store. 
Whitworth J W. general ."tore c^tton gin. 

and grist mill. 

GOIM). 

Population SO. On the I. &: G. N. P.y.. 
In Cherokee county, L'u mil.-~ r.orth of 
Rusk, the county seat, and ri frc.m Troup, 
the nearest hanking point. i -] AA'. L'. ; 
Exp., AV., F. & Co. Teleplione ccr.nection. 
■O. E. Fitch, postmaster. 
Branliam E C, agt AV F .^ Co. 
Branham E L, general stc-r*-. 
Fitch N F, r r and tel agt. 
FITCH O E, Saw Mill. 



GOLLDUISK. 

Population 250. In Colemar. fr.ii.Tty. 22 
miles from Coleman, ili^ <■':■',, tit:.- seat, 
banking and shiiiiiing point. '.'-.-lephone 
connection, Thos. H. Smith, r-i "^(master. 
Busk Drug Co. 
Cox J L. cattle breeder. 
Deiterlch it Wheeler, black-mitr. - 
GIIIEOX M A ^b (O, Tkomns H Smith 

Mngr, General .Store. 
Gouldbusk .Mercantile Co. gf-neral ^tore. 
Hale S R. undertakers' .-upplit?. 
Hale S R & Co. cotton gin. 
Sprulell S H. physician. 



GRACE. 

Population 50. In King county. :;2 mile* 
from Guthrie, the county .<*at and 12 
from Knox City, the neare.-: banking 
and shipping jioint. Tf-rerhor.f- connec- 
tion with Knox City. J. A. Rogers, post- 
master. 
ItO(;ERS J .V, Grocer mid Nntionn. 



GR.tCETOX. 

Population '25 fjn the .Al ^ K T H. R.. 
in IJpshui- county. 11 mile.-^ from GUmer. 
the count>' Sf^at. and 5 fi'orr .\shland, 
the nearest banking point. T»-] AA' U.; 
Exp.. .Am. Teleiilione connection L. L. 
Covin, postniiister. 
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Coiyer P S. ssrocer and feed. 

Darnell J J. blacksmith. 

Glover J E &■ Sons;, yeneral Ptore. 

Graceton Lumber Co, planing mill and 

lumbtT mnfrs. 
Merrill & Whitt, .«a\v mill. 
Oliver Richard, gen> ral store. 
M'oodfin , r r and exp agrt. 



GRAFORO. 

Population 600. On the Vi\. M. W. & 
N. W. Ry.. in Palo Pinto county. 15 miles 
from Palo Pinto, the county seat. Has 
Baptist. Christian and Methodist churches. 
a bank and a newspai>er. The Herald. 
Kxp.. W,. F. & Co. Telephone connec- 
tion. R. P. Lee, postmaster. 
Blaokman B A, cotton buyer. 
Bond J B, hotel. 
Bond T A, restr and meats. ■ 
Bowles F R, telephone* exchanj^re. 
Denbauph W S, publr Tlie Graford Herald. 
Dye & McClure (J W Dye, Frank D Mc- 

Clure), cotton gin. 
FIRST ST.VTE B.V\K OK GRIFORD 

Capital $10,000), Littleon Cunningham 

Pres. R P Lee Vice-Pres, George C 

Jones Cashr. 
Garland Bro.-^, restaurant. 
Grable I, r r and exp agt. 
Graford Auto & Eltctric Co. 
Graford Hard-ware & Mercantile Co. %Vm 

Blackmail mngr. 
Graford Herald The (ueekly). W S Defl- 

baogh publr. 
Graford Lumber Co. '^'iTi Blackinan rangr. 
Hall E F. blacksmith. 

HUl & Hill iJohn and Wm). genl store. 
Howard Gin Co, cotton gin. 
Johnson W E. meats. 
Lacy A J. jeweler. 
Lee Robert P. general store. 
Maddox Bros (Bert and Fines), drugs. 
Mitchell J H, phy.-iician. 
Pealon J VT. blacksmith. 
Pogue W'tn, blacksmith. 
Scudder J H, cotton ' buyer. 
1\irpin G W &c Co. general store. 
W'hltaker B T, telephone exchange. 



GRAHAM. 

Population 1,600. On the C. R. I. & G 
Ry. The county seat of Young countj-, 
26 miles west of Jacksboro. Ha.s a rlour 
mill, cotton oil mill, gin and two banks. 
A weekly newspaper. The I^eader. is pub- 
lished. Has public school itnd Metliodisl 
Baptist. Presbyterian and E\)iscopal 
churches. Cotton and livestock are prin- 
cipal shipments. Tel.. W. U. : Exp., U. S. 
Telephone connections. J. T. Cunning- 
ham, postmaster. 
Eabb & Walker (W F Eabb, P C Walker). 

restaurant. 
Baker & Son (3 A and C -A), grocers. 
Eerkham National Bank (cai>ital $100,- 

000), S R Crawford i>res. J W Gallaher 

and Oliver Loving vice-pres, R F Lynch 

cashr, 
Bowron Frank H, publr Graham Leader. 
Brown O H, sheriff. 
Carlton J W, livery. 
Cunningham J T, postmaster. 
Cusinberry D D, county clerk. 
Dolman House, C AV T'av propr. 
Doty B S. drugs. 
Duncan R E. physician. 
Eddleman Eros (A B and T J E<ldleman. 

James Porter), saddlerv. 
H-IUKI.ITi' AXn DKI'OMT CO OF M.4.RY- 

I.AN'U, E C Stovall Agt. 
Finch Wm, cattle breeder. 
Flint J L. livery. 
Fry E W, county Judge. 
Gallaher J W. physician. 
Gay Charles, cashr Graham Natl Bank. 
Gay John, notions. 



Graham Commercial Club, W H Stanton 

Graham Cotton Oil Mill (Sherman). F P 

I'arish mngr. 
GHAH.VJI K S, I.Hnd .Vernt. (See adv 

below. ) 
Graham Leader (weekly). Frank H Bow- 
ron publr. 
Graham Mill & Elevator Co, D G Vick 

propr. 
Graham Jf K, cattle breeder. 
Graham National Bank (capital $50,000). 

Cicero Smith pres, J W Akin vice-pres, 

Charles Gay cashr. 
Graham R G, publr West Texas Reporter 

and Stationery, 
Graves & Ward (J L Graves, Harry 

■Ward), grocers. 
Henderson J H. wagon yard. 
Hinson C W. county surveyor, 
Hinson G D. county assessor. 
Howry W L. wagon yard. 
Hughes & Kiser (J "^' Hughes. W L 

KIser). tinners. 
Jackson J W. cattle breeder. 
Jeffery S R, cattle breeder. 
K.VY & AKIN (John C Kay, J W Akin), 

Lawyers. 
King B W. county supt of schools. 
Lvnch R F, cashr Beckham Natl Bank 
Mabry J E. tailor. 

Mabry & Son (R E and Evans), grocers. 
Macey George C, storage and transfer, 
Marshall Fay, county attornev. 
Matthews & Norris (W M and T E 

Matthews. J E Norris), furniture. 
Miller & Son (George and W M), meats. 
Morris W A. dentist. 
Morrison J E Co, undertakers and general 

store. 
Jtorrison-Smith Lumber Co (John E Mor- 
rison Co, Cicero Smith, W C Bell). 
Mountain Side Hotel, Beecher M Baker 

propr. 
Newman J H. tailor. 

Norris & Johnson (J B Norris, G B John- 
son), hardware. 
Owen & Young (E B Owen, E T Young), 

grocers and wagon yard. 
Padgett 1 B, county treas. 
Parsons J E, tax collector. 
Price Bros (W E, T J and Nat), harness. 
Price L W, physician. 

Reed R L it Co <K L Reed), dry goods. 
Rutherford Claude, garage. 
Schuster Henrv H, bak^r. 
Sliort R F & Co (R F Short), dry goods. 
Sloan Wallace, drug's. 
Snoddy B .\. notions. 
Southwestern Tel & Tel Co, Charles B 

Parker mngr, 
Steen J L. cattle bi'eeder. 
Street S B & Co (capital $50,000), S Boyd 

Street prts, H ti Street vice-pres, G Q 

Street, sec and troas, dry goods. 
Terrell W M. phvsician. 
Tidwell W I & Sons (W I, R V and II L), 

grocers, 
Vick D G, general store and flour mill. 
Wtst Texas Reporter (weekly). H G 

Graham publr. 
Widmayer Cnarles. garage. 
Wlnns C S. r r, tel and e.xp agt. 
Woods Jesse L, jeweler. 
Voung-County Abstract & Title Co (R L 

Tankersley. E W Fry). 
Young County Lumber Co (capital 

130,000), W O Clark pres, W T Finch 

sec, treas and genl mngr. 



GR-'VNBIRV. 

Population 1,400. On the Ft. W. & R. 
G. Ry.. in Hood county, of which it is 
the ju(licial seat. 41 miles southwest of 
Fort Worth. Has Baptist. Christian. 
Methodist and Presbyterian churches. 2 
banks, oil mill, (lour mill and 5 cotton 
gins. Two weekly newsi)apers, Tlie 



Graiihic-Democrat and The News, are 
published. Tel., W. U. : Exp., U. S. Tele- 
phone connection. Henry Zweifel, post- 
master. 

.\dams ,T C, county assessor. 
.Vtor J M, county attorney. 
Baker Hardware and Implement Co 

(capital $150,000), Jess Baker pres, 

D O Eaker vice-pres, T J Morrow sec 

and treas. 
Baugh W E, dry goods. 
BilLs D C. county surveyor. 
Blake J S Mrs. milliner. 
Bonner W'm P. grocer. 
Bowden R W. notions. 
Butler W T. jeweler. 
Cherry Wm H. drugs and jeweler. 
City National Bank (capital $50,000), C 

H Doyle pres. S C Colvin vice-pres. G 

A Dendy cashr. 
Cogsdell B C, cattle breeder. 
Colvin & McBrayer (S C Colvin, F A Mc- 

Brayer). grocers. 
Commercial Hotel. Charles Brady propr. 
Crltes Columbus A, dry goods. 
Cross Jeff D, grocer. 
Daniel W B & Son (W B> and W R), 

grocers, 
Davis "^'m F. men's furnishings. 
Dean Wm U county judge and supt of 

schools. 
Dendy G A, cashr City Natl Bank. 
Dobbins Minor, meats and restaurant. 
l>o>'le R E. insurance. 
Estes B M, lawyer. 
Famous Dry (Joods Co (capital $10,000). 

Isaac Rose pres, Michael Lewin mngr. 
Ferrell S B, poultr^' breeder. 
FIDFI.ITY .VNU DKPOSIT CO OF 

.■\IARVI..VM), R E T'oyle Agt. 
Fine M' B. w.agon vard. 
FIRST \\TIO\AI, H.VMv (CailltDl »100,- 

000), I) C Cogdell I'res. Jess Baker 

Vice-Pres, J N Nutt Cashr. 
Gaston Frank, publr Granbury News. 
Gordon A P, genl store and cotton gin, 
Gordon & Oxford (A J Gordon. Nape 

(-)xford), furniture and undertakers. 
Granbury Buggy and Harness Co (cap- 
ital $10,000), Jess Baker pres, D O 

Baker vice-pres, A C Aston sec and 

treas. 
Granbury Cotton Oil Co, D C Cogsdell 

pres. W F Julip sec and mngr. 
Granbury Graphic-Democrat (weekly), 

.Tames B Soule i)ublr. 
(Tranbur>' Hotel, W H Fine propr. 
Granbur.v Milling Co, D C Cogsdell pres, 

AV F Julip sec and mngr. flour mill. 
Granbury News (weekly), Frank Gaston 

publr. 
Hall & Kinson, blacksmiths. 
Hatn)>erlin Ray. baker. 
I-lannaford E A. drugs. 
Harris & Harris (W S and C C), fur- 
niture and undertakers. 
Hiner John, cotton gin. 
Hood County Lumber Co (capital $20,- 

000), D C Cogsdell pres. Jess E-aker 

vice-pres, H H Bryan sec and mngr. 
Jarrett A R, phvsician. 
Jones Hotel, Mrs l-l F Jones propr, 
Jones M F, livery. 
Kerr J F, county treas. 
Key J A. jeweler. 
Lancaster James R, ph>-sician. 
Morgan C B. agt tj S Kkp Co. 
Morgan K Hillard, ph^'sician. 
Morris J R & Son (J R and J C), hard- 

u'are. 
Morrison Z C, county clerk and recorder 

of deeds. 
MuUins Charles, tailor. 
-N'utt Henry L, grocer and restaurant. 
Nutt J N, cashr First National Bank. 
Parks D C, grocer. 
Pa^■nl' & Davenport (H D Payne, John 

l>aven{>ort ), la\\'>-ers. 






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Ppi-kins Floyd, t.iilov. 

Pevelci- U A. restaurant. 

Puv\cU t^id, tax collector. 

Ilichmond .\ F, blacksmith. 

RUey "W'ni M. notions. 

Ross -Tunies B, real estate. 

Salmon F .1. tlr>" t;oods. 

Sohultz Carl, marble works. 

Soiile .T B, puldr Graphic-Democrat. 

Southuestern Tel & Tel Co. M W Revea 
mngr. 

StrinKfellow & Fate (Ed\vard String- 
fellow, G L Pate), drv goods. 

AValker ^^' S, phvsician. 

■\Val.trip L G. sheriff. 

Weise C .V, r r and tel agt. 

Wilson .J B, general store. 

■\VriRht H L. meats and restaurant. 



<SR.\\OF.VM.«l. 

Population 'InO. In Ward county. 55 
miles southwest of Barstow, the count>' 
seat anil usual bankin?: point, and 18 
from Monahans. the nearest shipping? 
point. .Stase daily to Monahans. tare 
$1.50. Telei hone connection. S. H. 
Parker, postmaster. 
Armstronj^ & Brown, livery 
Brandenberff F. 'i, cattle breeder. 
Brown & F'arker, real estate. 
Carter J, hotel, 
li'armers & Water Assn, J T Sweatt pres, 

S II Parker sec. 
Grandfalls Commercial Club, S H Parker 

sec. 
Grandfalls Dru^ Co. 
Grandfalls "Water and Development Co, 

W A White mngrr. 
Hale C H, meats. 
Hilliard ij F & Son, grain. 
Johnson JI L, grocer and hardware. 
Love J G Mercantile Co, dry goods. 
McKenzie E W jr, cattle breeder. 
Ott C F:. blacksmith. 
P.VRKUR S H, PoMtmajfter. 
Pruitt Lumber Co. 

Ross E B, general store and cotton gin. 
Sinith J B, hay. 

Kweatt E V, drainage contractor. 
White W A, cotton gin. 



GR.VMJ I'R.MUIE. 

Population 1.500. On tlie T. & P. Ry. 
and on the Northern Texas Traction Co. 
Ry., in Dallas county. 13 miles west of 
Dallas, the count>' scat. Has 4 churches, 
hiqh and srradod schools, a bank, 2 cot- 
ton gins, furniture factory, planing mill 
and a weekly newspaper, the Grand 
Prairie Texan. Ships cotton, grain and 
livestock. Tel.. U'. U., Kxp., W. F. & 
Co. Telephone connection. Henry 

Kra bbenschmidt. postmaster. 
E'adgett & Son (Talbert L and Aubra), 

grocers. 
Barrett C C Mrs, poultry breeder. 
Bland C M, real estate. 
Bradsliaw David -A, liver.v. 
Brittain Win I, jevseler. 
Brumley T .1, poultry breeder. 
Chase Furniture and Coffin Co, J Chase 

pres. J B Chase vice-pres, J E Chase 

sec and treas. 
Clark 1) (;, i)Oultr\- breeder, 
(.'lark R C. phoiotrr-apher. 
Collins & Collins cj\rch W and T Gee), 

general store, 
''opeland Horace V, physician. 
Co.x .lohn. poultry breeder. 
l)a\'is .lolin. poultr\ brneder. 
^o^■al George X, r r. tcl and cxp agt. 
Duncan John D, general stoie. 



First titate K.ank (capital *;',U.OOO). D W 

GiU>.Mt pi-i.s, J V Waggoner oashr. 
Fort Worth Cotton Oil Co (Ft Worth), 

Harris Berr.v' mngr, 
Gillespie Wm"E, physician. 
Grand Prairie lunig Co (J L and T J 

Dennison. J Dobbins). 
Grand Prairie Gravel Co, R I, Keith 

mngr. 
Grand Prairie Texan (weekly), A C Wil- 

kerson publr. 
Gweeo Peter A, real estate. 
Hall Bros (Ernest E and Charles S), 

grocers. 
Hughes D W, poultry breeder. 
Kirkland J M, blacksmith. 
K.rabbenschmidt Henry, postmaster. 
Langston Levi J, restaurant, 
r.ucas Henry J. grocer. 
Lucas Hugh M, dry goods. 
Manning R B. cement contractor. 
JIartin Grocery Co (H G Martin). 
Means Bro & Co (R E. C M and L. W 

Means), general store. 
Mitchell Vera, milliner. 
Moore & Smile>" (Robert D Moore, Curtis 

E Smilev), hardware and undertakers. 
Owen G W & Son Lumber Co (Dallas), 

J T (!>wen mngr. 
Payne James K. drugs and physician. 
Pitcock ^\'m H. restaurant, 
Pittman I..ewis M, confectioner. 
Poindexter J B. poultry breeder. 
Quinn & Son, blacksmiths. 
ROIIKnTSOX IIROS ( ^\ m G and Francis 

M). Livery, Sale an.! Boarding Stable. 
Sami>son Jack, blacksmith. 
Simmons & Buchanan (John C Sim- 
mons. Allen J Buchannan), planing 

mill. 
Simpson Electric Co (Ross and AV John 

Simpson). 
Smith Bros (John T and James F), gro- 
cers. 
Smith Henr\", tailor. 
Southwestern Tel & Tel Co, John L 

Stubbs mngr. 
Spear John H, agt X Te.x Traction Co. 
Spiv\- A G. physician. 
Swadley Jacob C, garage. 
Thomas David il, grocer. 
Trinity Cotton Oil Co (Dallas), F M 

Fagan mngr. 
Tullos S S, bottler. 
Vencell John H, cattle breeder, 
"Wilkerson Austin C, publr Grand 

Prairie Texan. 
Wilkinson Walter J, meats. 
Williams John W, meats. 



GRAXO SAT,INK. 

Population 1,100 On the T. & P. 
and Texas Short Line Rys., in Van 
Zandt county, 12 miles south of Rnior.v, 
the county seat, and 6S east of Dallas. 
Has Baptist, Christian and Methodist 
churches, salt works, foundry, 2 banks, 
electric light plant, and 2 weekly news- 
papers. Tel., AA'. U., f;xp.. W. F. & Co 
Telephone connection. D. E. Walshe, 
postmastev. 

Alsup J C, cashr First State Bank. 
Beard W B. general store. 
Booe W S, grain. 

Booe & Collier iW S Booe, W R Col- 
lier), meats. 
E'owen J K, ph>sician. 
Box J W. veterinary surgeon. 
Carr J M, general store. 
Carringlon B W, F B Phillips mngr, salt 

works. 
Carter & Wilson (J S Carter, J R and 

N M Wilson), restaurant. 
Chancev W II, shoes. 
Clark & Fail (J G Clark. J L. Fall), 

drugs. 
Clark & Staples (W A Clark, T W 

■Staples), tailors. 
Collier W R. livestock. 
Coozl)y V B, physician. 
Crawford Nat M, l,a\v\-er. 
Davidson & Barl>pr (B 11 Davidson, W 

D' Barber), livery, 
Dorough-P.uclianan Co (capital $20,000), 

W T Buchanan i>i-es. E L Dorough sec 

and treas, geiM'ial stort. 
Elkins J S, hottkr. 
Facetida L .Mrs, milliner. 
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First St.'te Bank (capital 

Dean iires. P C Weber ' 

Alsup cashr. 
Florence Simon, putplr Grar.'i Saline 

Journal and real estate. 
Gibson W T, r r. tel and exi .igt. 
Grand Saline Chamber of (_\-mmerce, 

Andrew AVest sec. 
Grand Saline Journal (weekl>''. Simon 

Florence publr. 
Grand Saline Salt Co, Thi:.ni.".s S Mc- 

Grain propr. 
Grand Saline Sun (weekly). Al Thomas 

publr. 
Grand Saline Telephone Co. Siefert Bros 

proprs. 
Harrison A M, general store 
Jackson D M. furniture. 
Kirk Bros (Arthur and Har: :•■ , garage. 
Kirk .)ames, machinist. 
Ly brand & Cobb (F P Lyl^r..nd. T C 

Cobb), real estate. 
Meeks T B Co (capital Si: eOO). J .-V 

Edwards pres. H P Beani sec and 

treas. general store. 
JIRICKS U S, Cn.shr .National Bnuk of 

Grand Saline. 
Xance Edward, livery. 
N.VTIOX.VL BAXK OF GR.V.ND «A1,I.NK 

(Capital 550.000). T B Mtcks Pres. J 

E Persons Vice-I'res, L' S Meeks Cashr. 
Neil Bros (L A and L" R), drugs. 
Nichels J M, notions. 
Reather Huston, drugs 
Roberson & Taylor (W H Rtterson. A 

L Taylor), restaurant. 
Robinson Hotel, W T .Andersen propr. 
Hose Louis, dry goods 

Salt City Co (capital ?.:0.000', J E Per- 
sons pres, J K Andrev^.*; .tec an(i 

treas. general store. 
Snow W L, drugs. 
Staton & Darby (T S Staton. 

grocers. 
Terrell Cotton Oil Co, J 

mngr. 

Terry W H, physician. 

Texas Laud and Loan Co (J i, Edmon- 
son, Al Thomas). 
Thomas Al, puldr Grand Saline Sun. 
Thomas J li^, grocer. 
U'alshe D E, postmaster, 
A\'est Andrew, lawyer. 
Wilderspin Fred, coal. 



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GR.VNU \IEAV. 

Population 1,000. An inccrporateta 
village on the M.. K. & T. Ry.. m John- 
son countj, 16 miles southeast of Cle- 
burne, the county seat ana 3t~. miles- 
south of Fort Worth. Ha.i^ 4 gins, 
an oil mill, electric li.:ht ar.d water 
woi-ks, 2 banks, a \veekl\- ne^\ .st.aper, tile 
Tribune, a graded school. .Methodist, 
Baptist, Presbj terian and Cliristian. 
churches. The princijial shipments are 
cotton and gi-ain. Tel,, \\'. U , E.\p., 
Am. Telephone connection. John D. 
At)ne\'. postmaster. 
.\bney John D-, postmaster. 
Acker J M &. Co (John M i.:.d George- 

M .Acker), grocers. 
Aker J M, blacksmith. 
Ball John, blacksmith. 
Ball & Jones (Wm H Ball John B. 

Jones), confectioners. 
Bergman \A*m E, dentist. 
Cai'iier Margaret S Mrs, resia"*:rant. 
Commercial Hotel, J \' IMcCown propr. 
Covington Steele, men's furnis;;ings. 
Crouch Thomas W, general store. 
Crowner Dry Goods Co ((3eorgt Crowner,. 

W J Hewatt). 
Donohoo Samuel, baker. 
I'.dwards Joseph F, grocer. 
I'jiigle John i\, hardu-are and grocer, 
English Bros (.-Albert and Max), res- 
taurant. 
Farmers' Union Gin, S E McDuff mngr. 
FAH.MIOKS' \M> MI-;HCII.V>TS' N.V- 
TIO.N.VI- KAMv Tin: (Capital $40,- 
000, Surplus and Undivided Protit.i 
$25,000), O L Wilk.-i-.son Pres, John 
A Ingle Cashr, D<.- a General Banking 
Business. Tel 10. 
First National Bank The (capital $10,- 
000), L H llarrell pres. J E Walker 
vice-pres. Jal<e .Nelson cashr, 
Flamson R J. r r, tel and exp agt. 
Fbniing James H, moats, 
G. liner A F. physlci.an. 



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Germany & Collins (Frank Germany, M 

it Collins), meats. 
Grand View Cotton Oil Co. Georse \V 

Davis mnpr. 
Grand View Farmers' and Business 

Men's League. .liilce -Nelson sec. 
Grand View Hardware Co. G M Harland 

pres, W H Ilarland vice-prcs, L L 

Harland sec-treas. 
Grand View Lumber Co. Thomas F 

Mastin pres, W 13 Mastin sec and 

tfeas. 
Grand View Hill, Light and Ice Co, D D 

Pitts pres, J L. Jordan viee-prei, O A 

Pitts sec. 
Hatrney M L, piiblr The Tribune. 
Harbin Alonzo .T, real estate. 
Harrell Wm A, real estate. 
Haynie Thomas, lawyer. 
Head Telephone Co. Lester Ingrle mnirr. 
Hill Robert M, real estate. 
Hodg-e Robert F. tailor. 
Hutchins Bros (TuUie and Edward), 

general store. 
IlVGMiJ JOHN A, Cnnhr The Fanners' 

and Merchants' fratl Bank, 
rngle Lester, mfifrr Head Telephone Co. 
Johnson John C. livery. 
Jones J B Mrs. dry groods. 
Llvingrston L C. restaurant. 
Mastin-Harrell Co (T F Mastin, J A 

Harrelt>, cotton gin. 
Monroe Horace D, drui^s. 
Moore Bros (Claude F and Walter A}, 

confectioners 
Morsan Randolph, livestock dealer. 
Muckleroy John H, jeweler. 
0"Hara W W. livestock dealer. 
O'Hara W W & Co (W W O'Hara), 

hardware. 
Pitts D It, cotton gin 
Quinn Wm, tinner. 
Robison Wm C, cotton gin. 
Rootes Bros Co (Charles J and Ednrund 

W), furniture ana undertakers. 
Ross John W, drugs. 
Taylor Gene, harnessmaker. 
Thompson & Centre, drag's. 
Tribune The (weekly), M L Hairney 

ptiblr. 
Union Trading Co, S C Fowler pres, W 

C Gayle vice-pres, sec and treas, gro- 
cers. 
Wade Thomas S, real estate and lawyer 
Walker, Hayden & Harrell (J E AValker, 

C C Hayden, L H Harrell), general 

store. 
Whitten Bros (Robert E and Edgar), 

grocers. 
WUkerson O L, lumber. 
Williams Bryan, notions. 
WoodarU Ira H. livery. 
Wooton Bryant A. grocer. 



GR.-VXGER. 

Population 1.700. On the M.. K & 
T. Ry., in Williamson county, 15 miles 
north of Georgetown, the county seat, 
and 47 north of Austin. Has Baptist, 
Catholic, Christian, Lutheran, Meth- 
odist and Presbyterian churches, elec- 
.tric light and power plant, 2 banks. 4 
cotton gins, cotton oil mill, cotton com- 
press, etc. A weekly newsi'aper, the 
Granger News, is published. Tel., W. 
U,, Exp., Ani. Telephone connection. 
J. C. Council, postmaster. 
Alamo Theatre, Fred Stanley propr. 
Alford Robert A, publr 'The (Jranger 

News. 
Allen Bros (TloUis O and Mercer C). 

grain and cotton huy ers. 
Allis James, restaurant. 
Baca & Bohao (.)olin Baca. Edward, 

Henry and Theresa Bohac), hoi-d- 

ware, implements, furniture and under- 
takers. 
Bartosh Bros (Ed and Laden R), meats. 
Bartosh Em A. general store. 
Behal A. restaurant. 
Briscoe E K. general store. 
Ijfrookshire \\' ,'^, cattle breeder. 
Buckley M M & Co CM M Buckley, H L 

Morelanil), confertiuners. 
Cameron Wm <fc Co (Waco), John G 

Tov'ns mngr. lumljer. 
CarglU J I. poultr\- breeder. 
Cerny & KuUiani-k (A R Cetny, A L 

Kulhanek). macliinists. 
Commercial Hotel, Mrs M B Reinhardt 

propr. 
Cook D IvT. phjsiclan. 



oke M C. tlru.^s. 
Council J C. postmaster. 
t";raft .Toe. confectioner. 
Crow I-lotel. 

Davis S D. hardware and furniture. 
Denson Hush P. liverv. 

niXIK Tin; VTKK. ,1 <> Roberts Propr. 
Drozda Jacob, publr The Texan. 
I'uabil Frank, meats. 
Elick V V. general store. 
F.^R.MFRS* SlWri'l HANK (Cnpltnl 

$3,^.000), J F Tope I'res, John- .s<;ott 

Vice-I'res, "R' D Gardner Cashr. 
Farrar 'W A & Bro (W A and R M). restr. 
First Xational Bank Icapital $,S5.onO). A 

W Storrs pres, F F! Stetka asst cashr. 
Ford Ted E. harnessmakor. 
Forner Bros (JosepVi and Roman), con- 
crete contractors. 
Foster & Sharp (C C Foster, M R Sharp). 

physicians. 
Fowler & McDonald, blacksmiths. 
P'o.x J S. lumber and hardware, 
G.MIIJNKU W^ LIK I), fashr Farmer.*' 

State Bank. 
Granger Business Men's League, C L 

Tanner sec. 
Granger Compress Co, A W Starrs pres, 

H F T'nder^vood sec. 
Granger Hardware Co, S D Davis propr. 
CJranger Hotel, Mrs Ola .Messer propr. 
Granger News The (weekly), R A Alford 

publr. 
Granger Oil Mill (BeltonI, W P Youn^ 

mngr, ice mnfrs. light, water and cot 

ton seed products. 
Granger Tin H Plumbing Co, B F Hardt 

mngr. 
Mardt B F, tinner. 
Hoad ^\'aIt€r, general store. 
Jellnek & Rozacsky ( K E Jellnek, Frank 

Roisacsky), cotton gin. 
Kincald G H, dentist. 
Klecka L J, drugs. 
Knop Max, dry goods. 
Korenek J P, blacksniitli. 
Leubner Pauline, milliner. 
Lindsoy F W, livery. 
McDaniel Claude, rtoultry breeder. 
Machu J W, poultry breeder. 
Martinets J F &• Co (Joseph F and Frank 

Martinets), general store. 
Matyscak Gegrge, bottler. 
May R J. tailor. 
Mazocij Bros *^ Co (Antone and Ignus 

Mazoch). cotton gin. 
Mickle- James Mercantile Co (Ft Worth. 

Tex). G B Landls mngr. general store. 
Mlkulencak J J, general store. 
Mills (.; S. building contractor, 
lontgomcry G M, surveyor. 
Motls E J, lawyer. 
Motloch Fr.ank, grocer, 
Motyschak George, bottler. 
Mussil .\ C. physician. 
Xolen M M. cotton gin. 
Xurin .1 W. gara.ge. 
I'armelee J J, poultry breeder. 
Perkins H L, tailor. 
I'ope Herbert, general store. 
Prewitt Co (J A, 1 C and G XV Prewitt), 

general store, 
'rewitt Hardware Co (Taylor). J J Brew- 
ster mngr. 
Reinhardt W C, wood and feed. 
Reynolds ,T E, geiXr-ral store. 
Itoark J H, r r, tel and exi> agt. 
KO:iF,ll'rS J.\>IK.S O, Cotttm llii.vor. Heal 

Estate and Fropr Dixie Tlieatre. 
Root P E. grocer. 
Uozacky Frank, tailor. 
St V/rba W. grocer. 
Schiller F O, grocer and ba]<er, 
Saunders H A. mngr Southwestern Tel 

& Tel Co. 
.Sciiramrn ,J M, grocer. 
Sharp M U. pliysiclan. 
Sides G R. blacksmith. 
Smith-Bunting Co (caiiltal $50,000), 

(Thorndale). Knox Bunting vice-pres, 

general store. 
Snider F R, mngr Soutliwestorn Tel A: 

Tel Co. 
Southwestern Tel &. Tol Co. F R Snider 

mngr. 
Spacek A A. tailoi. 
.Siioeglc S C>. resiaurai\t. 
.Stai-nes C R, law.ver. 
Stevens (.) O, ciinfr and garage. 
.Storrs .\rlhiir, "olton gin. 
.Struhall Fr;irict-s Mr-s. L;enei-al store. 



Tanneliill Ii M, dravage. 
rVVI.OIt \ I., I,ii>v,«er, 

Texan The (Bohemian: weekly), J Drozda 
publr, 

Trllca .lobn I', photogi-apher. 
Tucker Edward, wood and grocer, 

VlUareal A, restaurant. 

Walker E Ij, p«niltry breeder, 

WALKER JOH\ If, Fire Insiirnnre. Jus- 
tice of the Peace and Notary Public. 
(See adv below.) 



John B. Walker 

Justice of the Peace 
and Insurance 

Agent ^ 

We solicit your Collection and Insurance 

Business 
Special attention given local collections 

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Wentrock & Co, blacksmiths, 
AVilllams W K. drayage. 
■\Vlnn \^" A. physician. 
Young D C. livestock. 



GRANT. 

A rural postofiice in Burleson county. 
14*^ miles east of Caldwell, the countv' 
-seat, banking and shipping point. Mail 
dally. R. H. Grant, postmaster. 
I'ARKKR .>! B, Geuvral Store. 



GRAPELAiM). 

I'opulatlon 1.501). On the I. & G. N Ry., 

in Houston county, 12 miles from Crock- 
ett, the county seat. Has liaptist. Chris- 
tian atid Methodist churches, a graded 

public school, 2 hanks and a weekly 

newspaper. The Grapeland Messenger. 

Tel.. W. U. ; Exp., W., F. & Co. Telephone 

connection. S. E. Howard jr. postmaster. 

.Vllon Fi-ank, general store. 

Brooks J J. general store. 

Calhoun & Leaverton. livery. 

Casli Grocery Store. 

Clerris W L. tailor. 

Cromwell C L. dentist. 

Davis Oland, seeds. 

Dorsey George E. general store. 

Driskill A C, blacksmith. 

Kdclington C O, r r, exp and tel agt. 

Farmers' & Merchants' State Bank (caiil- 
tal $15,000). G E Dorsey pres, W D 
Cranberry cashr. 

Fox Miss, milliner. 

poodson Hotel. 

Grapeland Board of Trade. 

Grapeland Market, meats. 

Grapeland Messenger (weekly), A H 
Luker ijublr. 

Guaranty State Bank (capital $15,000), 
E G Walling pres, U M Brock cashr. 

Guice vV B, blacksmith and w:>.gonmaker. 

Herrod A P. cotton gin. 

Howard J W, feed and seed.-'. 

HOW.VRU S !■:, Gciicral Store. 

HOW ARU .S E LOT & JL \.\U CO, Real 
Estate. 

Keeland & Moore, general store. 

Kennedy Bros, general store. 

Kennedy Samuel, physician. 

Kent T S, general store. 

Leaverton li N, drugs. 

Leaverton James, seeds 

Leaverton T H. lumber. 

Lively J B. restaurant. 

liUker .A H. publr Grapeland Messenger. 

.McCarly Wm I), idiysician. 

Moore .Mrs, milliner. 

-Mil robison W F. general store. 

Parker J X. general store 

Pliillllis A H. notions. 

Prirtei- .V H. drugs. 

S.Ikiik J M. drav. 

SniallvNood Hotel. 



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Sprnce Rros. coitt'Ji sin. 
Stafford P H. pli\ .-ician. 
Traylor Bros, £;otieral store. 
Traylor Jfrs. iniUiiier. 
Whorry '\\' R, .general store. 
W'liitaker Isaac, pliotosrraphcr, 

GRAPEVINE. 

Population 1.201) Situated on the St 
Louis and S. W. Ry.. in Tarrant county. 
21 miles east of Fort Worth, the county 
seat. }Ias 3 cotton gins, 2 banks, 1 news- 
paper*. The Grapevine Sun; graded school. 
Methodist. Baptist, Presbyterian and 
Christian churches. Principal shipments 
are cotton and grain. Tel., W. U. ; Kxp.. 
\\'., F. & Co. Telei'jhone connection. John 
M. Phillips, postmaster. 
Anderson Gin Co. W I 'VS'eatherly mngr. 
Austin Daltoii, drugs. 
Bechtol Edxvard C, physician. 
Blevins G C & Son (Gaines C and James 

11), grocers. 
Brick Hotel, John G Wiley propr. 
Central Hotel. O L. Thompson propr. 
riTV HRIG STORE, J P Shiiltz Jlncr, 

l>rugs and Jewelry. 
CoUey Thaddeus, iihysician. 
Cook Claude C. clothe.< cleaner. 
Cook Wm R, liarnesmaker. 
Oorris Thomas B. plivsician. 
Farmers' National Bank (capital $90,000). 

June K M Yates pres, Charles Estell 

vice pres, Jolin S Kstell cashr. 
Foust .Tohn K. grocer. 
Giapevine Commercial Club. B R Wall 

sec. 
Grapevine Millin.g Co. Ben R Wall mngr. 
Grapevine National Bank (capital $115,- 

000 1. R E Morrow iires. W J Borah 

vice pros. Jenkir.s T .Moorehead caslir. 
<;R\PEVI\E I'll VH>I \t M, ro. ('Iiurlex 

10 Walker l^ro|ir. Mlifrs of Propriftary 

RcTnedies. (.See adv in classified Medi- 
cine Mnfrs.) 
«RAPEVI\E sheet MHIT.VL WORKS. 

Clyde W Aydelott Mngr, Metal ■\\ork of 

All l')escriptions. 
Grapevine Sun (weekly), J E Keeling 

l^uljlr * 

Hilbish A C. blacksmith. 
1 lollingsworth firlando O, dentist. 
Keeling J K, publr Grapevine Sun. 
Koonce .Tohn C, grocer. 
I^ewis IMahel. milliner. 
T-ipscomb Jose|>h B, grocer. 
Lipscomb Robert .S. physician. 
Liriscoml). Weatheily & Co (Joseph P 

and l'>lward J i^ipscomb. Wm I Weath- 

t-rly), general store. 
Lipscomlj S\'m D. t'tiysjcian. 
l.wcas John T. undertaker. 
I.uciis II L. agt Southland Life Ins Co. 
.Millican ft Shaw (Clmrks .M -Millican, Wm 

T Siiawj. auto repairs. 
.Veal & Hodges (John Xeal. Thomas 

Hodges), livestock. 
Phillips John M, postmaster. 
Piano Cotton Oil Co. Roljert Mulinux 

mngr. 
Rainwater Bros (Charles F and Wm F), 

confectioners. 
Rainwater J M, blacksmith. 
Robinson J ^\'. shooting gallery. 
Robinson & Co (Louis and Jacob D Rob- 
inson ).. general stoi'e. 
Scott Gin Co. H H Yancey mngr. 
SOI THI.,.\.VD LIFI-: INSl RWCE CO, R 

Lucas Agt. (See left side lines 

pjige L'.SI.) 
Tilleiy Fron. vet surgeon. 
Turnage OUic V. grocer. 
WAI.KKR CHAHI.ES E UR. Pro|ir G 

vine I'harmacal Co and Physician. (See 

adv in classified Medicine Mnfrs.) 
Wall Bros, restaurant. 
Wall Clifford J, drugs. 
Wall Sandy A, livery. 
Wigger Frank P. r r, tel and c.xp agt 
Winfrey & \\illhoiie (Charles Winfrey, 

A Wiley Willlioite), hardware. 
Wood Albert F, jeweler. 
Yates J K M (June E -M Yates), general 

stoi'e. 



F. L. Thom.son. postmaster 

Cruse T F. meats and livestock. 

Lindsay W A. Insurance. 

McRevnoids T, r r. exi) and tel agt. 

PROCTER n C. nruKKlnt. 

Thompson & Ford Lumber Co, lumber 

mnfrs and general store. 
Thomson F L, physician. 



GH.WDO.V. 

.\ rural postortice in Chambers county, 
5 miles south of .\nahuac, tlie county 
eat and banking point, and 35 from 
Galveston. Telephone connection. Marlon 
S. Stines. postmaster. 
STIXES MSA >V J, General Store. 



GREE.V. 

Population 100. On the S. A. & A. P, 
Ry., in Karnes county, 12 miles from 
Karnes City, the county .seat and 6 from 
Kenedy, the nearest banking point. Exp,, 
W., F. & Co. Telephone connection. D. 
G. De Leon, postmaster. 
.\lamo Lumber Co. 
HE I.,EO\ n G, GeuernI Store. 
Green Gin Co. 
Green W T, grocer, r r and exp agt. 



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• GRAVHl RG. 

Population 1,000. On the S. P. & F. P. 
R.. in Hardin county. IS miles northeasi 
of Kountze. the county seat, and 1 fron 
Sour Lake, its banking i>oint, Tel.. W 
U.: Exp., U. S. 'I'elepbone connoeti't'i 



GREEN I.AlvE. 

Population ;!00. On the St. L., B. & M. 
Ry.. in Calhoun county, 14 miles west 
of I'ort I^avaca, the county seat, and 9 
from Bloomington. the nearest banking 
rtoint. Telephone connection with Vic- 
toria. B. H. I-anikin. postmaster. 
GREEX LAKE .^lEHC.VXTII.E CO, 11 II 

Lamkin Mngr, General Store, 

<;ri:e.\ociv. 

-V country postortice in Fjosque county. 
12 miles from \'alley *\lills, its banking 
and shipping i^oint. 
F^^rtrand B S, blacksmith. 
Walker G F, general store. 



GREKXVU.IvE. 

Population 1 -1,000. The judicial seat of 
Hunt county, is located on the M,. K. & 
T., the St. L. S. W. and T. .M. U. Rs., and 
n the Eastern Texas and Greenville & 
'\i'hite\vriglit Traction Co's. lines, 54 miles 
northeast of Dallas. Greenville has nine 
railroad outlets. o;i passenger trains daily 
the general oflices of the Eastern Texas 
Traction <^o,, and the M., K. ot T, railwaj' 
shops. Has municipally owned electric 
li.ght plant and water "works, a thorough 
l.\' equipped tire department, police de- 
partment, street railway system. U3 acres 
of parks and play grounds. 4 theatres, 2 
telephone comininies, lodges of the prin 
cipal secret and benevolent orders. 2 hos 
pitals. 4 banks, a trust company, 17 mile: 
of pa.ved streets and 100 miles of cement 
sidewalks. There are churv-hes of tnt^ 
Baptist, Cath^jlic. Christian, Episcopal 
Holiness, Methodist and Presljy terian. 4 
modern brick schools, a new $100,000 high 
school, and is the seat of Wesley, Burle- 
son and Peniel colleges. The Chamber 
of Commerce with a membersliip of over 
(25 acti\'e business men is the principal 
commercial organization of the city and 
is behind every movement tor the ad- 
•.'ancenient of the conimuiiit>\ It main- 
tains an exiiiblt of products an<i sjiends 
over $3,000 annually for the agricultural 
improvement of the eount>". Has a Car- 
negie public library of 3.500 volumes 
.\niong the more prominent industrial 
concerns are 4 cotton gins, the largest 
cotto."i compress in the world, the largest 
cotton seed oil rerinfcr.\ in tiie south, 
beehive factory, sheet metal factory. 
brick works, mattress factory, broom fac- 
tory, 4 inachir.e shoi>s, 5 lumber yards, 
cotlon oil mi.ll, grain elevators ami Hour 
mill. The press is represented iiy tite 
(rnenviHe Bannet (daily and w-ekly). 
Greenville Herald (daily and weekly!. 
The Greenville Messengei-. issued weekly 
only. Tel.. I'ostal and W. U, ; Ex|i,, .\m. 
and W,, F. «• Co.. B. W. Fields, post- 
master. 

-Vlpdo Milham K, confectioner. 
A'iams John Q. news dealer. 
.V'ianis Wm H, photographer. 
.\.lkis-on Wl.-^i. florist 



Alexander Bros iJ Curtis and Eai. T). 

shoes, 
Allen & Arnold (David Allen, Manzy 

Arnold), restaurant. 
.\mos Thomas J. wagonmaker. 
.\nderson Lee, agt \V F & Co exp, 
Anderson Neil P &- t~'o. A\' B Hindman 

mngr, cotton buyers. 
Andrews Cassey, cotton buyer. 
.\rmistead & lOnde (.lames .\rmistead. 

Mrs Amelia lOnde). hardware. 
Armour & Co, W F Rose mngr, whcl 

meats, 
Arnold Benjamin F, physician, 
Ashmore Charles K, confectioner. 
ASTON D H, Prea Weuley ColleEe. (See 

adv.) 
Atkinson Napoleon J, physician. 
Atteber\' James F-*. lawj-er 
Austin Charles H. contractor. 
Bacon Win, insurance. 
B.aker Nola. stenographer. 
U.AN.^'ER I'l'ULJSUI.NG CO (Capital «in,- 

000), H P Nelson Pres, Frederick Hor- 

ton Mngr, Publrs Greenville Banner. 
Barlow Edwin D, florist. 
Beall Hardware & Implement Co (capital 

$20,000), Bert Beall pres and mngr, E 

P Beall sec and treas. 
nilATTIE PAl I, HOOKER, Supt Pb)»l- 

cians' and Surgeons' Hospital, 
Beckham Bros (Lewis .and Samuel), restr. 
I1KCKII,\M H0TP:I„ \V I, and J P Reck- 

ham Propi's, (.Sec adv btlow,) 



Beckham Hotel 

W. L. Si J. P. Beckham. Proprietors 

We cater to the traveling men 

especially 

$2ooanr$2.6o Greenville, Texas 



Beckham Jame.-- I., restaurant. 

Beckham Sam .A, capitalist. 

UECKHAiK ^V I, & .1 P, Proprs tieokliara 

Hotel. (See adv.) 
Becton Ijdward I', ph,\'sicinn. 
lli;CTO\ JOE, I'li.v.xleiaii and Surgeon, 

Surgeon Joe I'.ect'.n's Hospital, (S'^e 
adv opp.) 
I1E( rOVS .IOI-: HOSPIT.KI,, Joe fiectou 

Surgeon, Ch;irl.-s T l\enned\' .\s5t Sur- 
geon. M L .Mllhaiiks .\nae,>ihfsist and 
Pathologist, -Mrs Hose Donovan Supt, 
Telephones 9(1. (See adv opp.) 

Benson James C, inngr Mackav T-;l & 
Cable Co, 

F3eskow^ Ma.x, jeweler, 

P.Uinton Joseph O. blacksmi-.h. 

Bledsoe James T, restaurant. 

Bowes Charles C. physician. 

Bowman it Kemp i Lucius D Bowman, 
Frank .M ICemp), lawyers. 

Bowman ^: Philli|is (J W Bowman, W -V 
Fhillilis). grocers 

Boyd Charles H. real estate. 

F:oykin Hardware Co icaiiital 512,000), J 
.M Boykin pres, J E Boykin sec and 
t I'eas, 

Bradford Harry M. physician. 

Bradshaw Fred W, jeweler, 

Brtiwn Lo^ d, restaurant. 

Burleson College, E L Compere pres. 

Burnett Green L, grocer. 

Burnett Naud, grocer. 

Busby Edward T, blacksmith. 

Bush .lohn A. iihysician, 

Byrd Thomas ''3. lawyer. 

Camenish Casper, baker, 

Campbell Ilenrv O, abstracts. 

C.VXTREM. CHARLES E, PliTalclan, 
Surgeon Phjsicians' and Surgeons' 
Hospital. i.^ee adv oi'I'-l 

C.IVIRKI.I, W 11,1,, Pb^nlclan, Surgeon 
Physicians' and Surgeons' Hospital. 

(See adv OI>p I 

Cainegie Public Librarv, Corlnne Gee 

librarian. 
Car]. enter Ch.-irles .-V. clothes cleaner. 
Carroll James 1.. lawyer. 
Cashell l';nier> H, tailor. 
Cassles Homer It, drugs. 
Central Hotel. W Ft \\'arren propr. 
Chamber of Coniinerce. C M Portwood 

pres, J O Bo.v le vice-pres, E C Bracken 



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Greenville 



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jreenville 



503 



CHAJIMO.SS l« C, \ t'tcrliiRrv Sil'rBeouJ 
All Diseases of Aninuils Scientifically 
Treated, 10 Lee st. F.'.tth I^hones. j 

Chanaler Bert S, furniture. 

Chandler Marshall M, physician. 

Chapman Robert M, mayor and insur- 
ance. 

Childress Harry, cotton broker. 

Christopher Cl.aude M, electrician. 

City Drug .Store, i; M Hutcherson mngr. 

CITY HOTEL, J JI (;r«-srory Propr, One 
Block from Square, (.iood Accommo- 
dations. Reasonable Rates, Transient 
Custom Solicited. 

Clancy Owen, grocer 

Clark Warren O, ciyil engineer. 

Clark & Leddy (L, A Clark", C -\ Leddy). 
lawyers. 

Clayton John B, loans. 

Codfelter F P, cotton buyer. 

Collins George H, hardware and under- 
taker. 

CoUin.s & Decker (Joseph Collins, How- 
ard G Decker), pianos. 

Colonial Theatre, E J Lamkin mngrr. 

Commercial National Bank (capital 
»150,000), W M McBride pres. A S 
Moore vice-pres, N H James cashr. 

Copeland J Pitt, lawyer. 

Coulson Glen A, jeweler. 

Cramer Rupert R, grocer. 

CROSBY, IIAMILTOX «fc H.iHRELL 
(Baylis F Crosby, TS'm B Hamilton 
Morris B Harreil). Attorneys-at-Law, 
Corporation and General Practice. 

Cslnos John, confectioner. 

Cudahy racking Co. R M Cummings 
mngr, wholesale meats. 

Culberson Wm C. undertaker. 

Cullom James O, printer. 

Dansby Daniel ^I, merchandise broker 

Davison Albert IvI, dr.v goods. 

Davison Annie Mrs. hair goods. 

Delaney Albert S, dentist. 

Dierckg Frederick, tailor. 

DIMvl.E C E, Slncr Merohnntg' Retali 
Credit Association. 

Dlnsmore.iMcMahan <*o Dinsmore (James 
H and John P Dinsmore, Bruce JI Mo 
Mahan), lawyers. 

Dowling J & Co (Stonewall j Dowling), 
harness. 

Drew Eugene A. notiOTis. 

Duck Charles A, electrician. 

Duff Samuel D, denjst. 

Duffy Thomas, hardware. 

Duke & Ayres, notions. 

Dunlap W'm A, carriage maker. 

Edwards Ambrose E, real estate. 

Edwards W L. & Co, W C Poole mngr. 
cotton dealers. 

Eiland .Mbert H, clothing. 

Elder Carroll L, lav.-yer. 

Eleazer John R, dentist. 

Electric Gin and Ice Co, C M Dolllns 
mngr. 

Ellard Michael A, coal. 



Vllis Hiirley S. niiyelty ninfr. 

lUter Ernest, wall paper. 

Empire Bottling and .\Infg Co (capital 

$8,000), R .\ Lee pres. AS Moore vice 

pres, "W H Janus sec and treas. 
Empress Theatre. J l'> Jones mngr. 
Ende Fretlerick V. real estate. 
English John L, druggist. 
English AVm C meats. 
English & Howse OVm C English, Fenna 

E Ho\\'se). tisli. 
English & Owen (Metoon English, Lee 

Owen), tailors. 
Etter S R & Son (Stephen R and Claude 

J), real estate. 
Eyans & Carpenter (E'ethel Q Evans, 

Harry L Carpenter), lawyers. 
FARMER'S Bl'SINESS COI.LEfiE. K A 

Farmer Pres, Mrs F A Farmer Sec- 

Treas, Also Fort Worth and Mineral 

Wells. (See right lop lines and page 

406.) 

Faulkner & Donley iWayland F Faulk- 
ner, Edward M Donley), real estate. 
First National Bank of Greenville (cap 

Ital $200,000), W H Bush pres, L N 

Byrd vice-pres, S B Brooks cashr. 
Flalg Thomas P. jeweler. 
Fleet Bros tGeorge Fleet), furniture. 
Ford & Pennington (Wm L Ford, Ly- 

curgus Pennington), drugs. 
Foy E Dudley, drugs. 
Franks George W, grocer. 
French Joseph H, iiliysician. 
French & Fooshee (Guy T French, 

Jewel L Fooshee), drugs. 
Fryer Emmett T, grocer. 
Futrell Nathaniel, livestock. 
Gaffe.v Bros (L D and Oren E). notions. 
Gaillard David L, physician. 
Gaines Samuel G. insurance. 
Gates Alford J, lawyer. 
Gaughen Henry, cement contractor. 
Gee Bros (Luther and Harry), meats. 
Gee Charles W, druggist. 
(George Roy, clothes cleaner. 
Gilkeson & Fearnside (John H Gilke- 

son, H C Fearnside), contractors. 
Gill Wm F, dairy. 

Glassman Samuel, clothing and junk. 
Goode & Swift (Wm T Goode, Edward 

Swift), grocers. 
Graham-Fagg Co (capital .$30,000), C A 

Faf^"' mngr, department store. 
GREEXVIL1,B BAX.VER (Dully and 

Weekly), Banner I'ublishing Co 

Publishers. 
Greenville Book and .Stationery Co (Mrs 

M J and F A Mc»ntgomei-y). 
Greenville Boosters Club, Mr. Evacken 

Greenville Brick Plant, W E Strickland 

mngr. 
Greenville Broom Mnfg Co (capital 

?5,000). P P Dransfield pres and mngr, 

F H McGuire vice-pres. 



rORjHETRAVELERAT 
WACO, TEXA5. 



Greenville 1-iuilding and Loan Assn ic.ip- 
ital :5100,000), C B Jones pres. E Schil'f 
vice-pres, J F Adkisson sec, Ellis 
Eirdsong treas, 

Greenville Chamber of Commerce. 

Greenville Compress Co (capital $100,- 
000), F J Phillips pres. B L Anderson 
sec and treas. W B Wise mngr. 

Greenville Cotton Oil Mill, L C Ehle 
propr. 

Greenville Gas Co (capital $100,000), 
John R Ellis mngr, 

Greenville Granite and Marble Works 
(C T and J H Lrov). 

Greenville Ice Co (capital $50,000), J R 
Murphy pres and treas, J B Klem vice- 
pres, N M Stoti see. 

G H K E N V I 1, L E IIIPI.PJMENT AND 
VEHICLE CO, Parlin & Orendorft 
Proprs. J W Griflls Mngr. 

Greenville Mattress Co (capital $5,000). 
P M Ralke pres, F D Hyde sec and 
treas. 

Greenville Messenger (weekly), J A 
Phillips publr. 

Greenville Mill and Elevator Co (cap- 
ital $75,000), J B Clayton pres. F J 
Phillips vlco-pres, A F Richter sec 
and treas. 

GHEEXVILLE MORMNG H E R .\. I- 1) 
(Daily), Herald I'ublishing Co I'ubirs 
(See adv.) 

Greenville National Exchange Bank 
(capital $200,000), F J Phillips pres, 
George S Perkins and J B Cha.cton 
vice-prests, J W Birdsong casiir. 

Greenville F-'ower and Mnfg Co (capital 
$25,000), H T Weathers ' pres. .A. S 
Moore vice-pres, Jefferson Campbell 
sec and treas, planing mill. 

GREEXVILLK PRESSEn nRICK CO 
(Capital $20,000). St..phen A .N'oble 
Pres, Melvin Kimbi-migh Sec-Treas 
and Mngr, Brick Mntrs. Oflice 2416 E 
Lee, Plant E Division. 

Greenville Printing Co (capital $20,000), 
H L Carpenter pros, H P Kelson vice- 
pres, J E Nelson sec and treas. 



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Judicial I: 

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PublicOmcial I 

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Contractors .'i 

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Burglary j^ 

Plate Glass {^ 

Automobile l' 

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Health .; 

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MIKE MURPHY 

Gen'l i;ent 
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Dallas, Teias 



Dri. C. E. «nd Will Cantrell 
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Paul Booker B«attie 

Superintendent 



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AND TRAINING 
SCHOOL FOR NURSES 



JOE BECTON, Surgeon. 

CHAS. T. KENNEDY, Asst. Surgeon. 
M. L.WILBANKS, Anaesthetist «nd Pathologist. 

MRS. ROSE DONAVON, Superi.itendent. 




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Greenville Shoe Co (capital f20.000). G 
M Ruelcer pres. A "VX' Oe Fee vice-pres, 
King- J Liiirutiier sec and treas. 

Greenville Water and Liarht Plant. 

GRL:E\VI!.I,1:; MKKKLY herald. Her- 
ald r'liblishin^' Co I'ublrs. ( ^ee adv.) 

Greenville & W'hitewrisrht Northern 
Trac Co (capital S20.000). A R Nichol- 
son pres. H A Earsuii sec and treas. 

Gi'e^orv Charles L^. plivsician. 

CRKGORV .lOlIV H. Propr tliy Hotel. 

Gres'or\- Newman B. cement contractor. 

GRrt'FIS JOHN ^\. Mngrr Greem-tllc 
Implement an<i A'ehicle Co. 

GROCKR LIST CO, J H Vkerii Pres. Ed 
B Williaiji.s Pec and Treas. H S Ellis 
Mng-r, Mnli's Grocerj' Lists. Laundry 
Lists. Kic (See adv). 

Grubbs \'incent AV, lawver. 

Guaranty Suite Bank icapital $50,000), 
Forest E White pres, Marvin Heinatz 
cai^hr. 

Gulf Refining- Co, oils. 

Hardin .lohn T, grocer. 

Harris E W & .Son (Mrs Margaret Har- 
ris), publrs Daily and ^^'eekly Herald. 

Marris Leon.adis F, salvasre j;roods. 

Harris "Wm F, real estate. 

Hari'ison Duke W, furniture and under- 
taker. 

Harrison Erve W, cotton i^rin. 

Harrison Wm N, real estate. 

Hawkins AV .\lonzo, confectioner. 

Hr.v.-lev Hu^lj 11. jeweler. 

Hayter J O & Son (.James O and J 
Oliver), grocers. 

Hayter & Ellis (.James O Hayter, John 
H Ellis), real estate. 

Hendrix Mi.-he!! M. grocer. 

lIKR.il.n I'l IILISHIX; CO (Cai>ital 
S.^0.000). HeniN- Camp Harris Pres. 
Mis E W Harris Vice-Pres, .) H .Akers 
Sec-Trea.s and Mner. Publrs Green- 
ville Murnin?^ Herald and Greenville 
Weekly Herald (See adv below). 

Herald Publishing Co., publishers 

nvlUe Dmh 

looming Herald 

GROCERY LI.ST CO. 

ADVERTISING NOVELTIES 

A SPECfALTY 

CSr^^r»vill^, "T"^xas 



Herndon Hester A Mr.^. milli:ier, 
Plerndon .t Oi-aham (.luhn V 1-lerndon. 

\'."m T Graham). ),'rocers. 
Hewitt R L, aKt Te.xas .Midland Ry. 
Plill .lohn S. phy.sician. 
Hill Thomas M, contractor. 
Hi'!'- Charles .A, ciKars. 
Hines .fc Son (Isbani and ^\'m), grrocers. 
Hirsch Samufl, tailor. 

H)(l:.'e Printin;r Co. .J G Hag:an mngr. 
Hi>'-!in \\'ni 1'^. confectioner, 
H"l:nes .\rch)e U, real estate. 
Home Toleplume Co, W S Smith mnsr. 
Howell Mose.s S, physician. 
HiMNse Ftniia K. iiliotosrapher. 
Hubliell, Slack i: Co. T .1 Vines mngr. 

i-otton dialers. 
Hud.soii Samuel, contractor, 
Hiidsi.eth Iirv Goods Co iK O and G J 

Hiidsp.-tli). 
HMtTakei- Coluitihus .1. liwrv. . 



Hufuall Wm T. \et surireon. • 

Humphreys .Joseph, real estate. 

Hunt Counly I..and and -\listiact Co, M 
Bonner mnyr. 

Hunt Jjumber Co. Mrs B ^' Saniuell propr, 

Hyde Frank S. cit;ars. 

In;;"ersal D W. lumber, 

luL^ram James R. wagon yard 

.Jenkins H S. ponltr>- breeder. 

Johnson Lindley. stationer. 

Johnson Wm I^. restaurant. 

Jones, Clark & Co (M W Jones, H T 
Clark), cotton dealers. 

Jones C A Co (capital $l,".0O0), C .\ Jones 
pres, Benjamin Cletn^'nts vice-pres. 
Hale Saltei' sec and treas. men's furn. 

.Jones Hubbard T. tailor, 

Jones Rene F, furn and undertaker, 

Jt>nes Thomas G. srrocer. 

Kell.v Jesse H, real estate. 

Kennedy Bros (CUde and Mark), tailors. 

Kr-ntiedy Charles T, phj\sician. 

Kennedy. Colen)an Co ( Oudle.N' ICennedy 
jr. T A Coleman). j>rinters. 

Kennedy Mark, grocer. 

Kennedy Samuel M. jeweler. 

Kenworth\-, Minoi'rio & Co (I'aris), J R 
Burton muKr. cotton dealers. 

Iverr .James M. house mover. 

lvl\"CV .IHSTIt VCr to THE (.Arthur C 
Rubey. iledona Tionner). Com.plete Ab- 
stracts of .\11 Lands in Hunt County. 

King Opera I-fouse, W fl Bean mn^r. 

Lander Jesse H, idivsician. 

I-,ang-ford & Terry ( jf Dile Langrford, Wm 
B Terry), laundry. 

Lantzne.ster .Mbert G. grocer. 

Leav> Geor.tre. siioes. 

J-ee & Morgan i.Ardi.s Lee. Allie F Mor- 
gan), contractors. 

Le Fan .John J. photosrrapher. 

Les^gitt ^I.anford O. c<»ntractor. 

Ley he Piano t^o, "NS' F Lewis rnngr. 

Llndsey Georg-e, architect. 

Lindsey iSr Chapman (John L Lindsey, 
Meivin E Chai>man). grocers. 

I..ittle Orr. grocers. 

Lowenstein .\be M. junk 

Lyon-Gi-ay Lumber Co, J F' La Roc mngr 

Lvrie Tbeatr.-. 1^: J Lamkin mngr. 

.McBride Albert S. iihysician. 

McBi-ide Warren M, de|)t store. 

McGaughey H C i\i i;ro (H Charles 'and 
Herbert .S), drtigs. 

Mc(Jaughey Wyclilfe P, dentist. 

McGlockiin Anthon.v 1!. restaurant. 

.McGraw Wm I). r>|,tician. 

>leKI\M'.V .M ItSEIH CO (DnIIan), L C 
Ilurch liepiesentative. (See left side 
I 1 ines ano jtagc Z~ i. t 

Maddox George W, .gunsmith, 
L'.Iagnulia Petroleuiu Co, oils. 
hl\\M\<; .lOSI'.l'll W (ThiMiip.son * 
I Manning), Lawyer, i See adv in Legal 
Blue flook l>e)it.) 

Mantzwranis A & Co (.\ntone Mantzwr- 
ani.-), f)uits, 

Martin U W Mrs, milliner. 
Martin Wm .\, tinner. 

Mason Albert F, lawyer. 

Massay & Murpliy (James M Massay. 
(.Jscaj' .\ iluri)hy), insurance, 

Mattox Jrdiu .\, insui-ance. 

Meadows Frederick U, dentist. 

Mercantile Realty ,S: Selling Agency, H 
.-V Barsun mngr. 

JIF.KCH.WTS" RETAIL CREDIT .A.SSO- 
ri.ATIOX. C 10 Dinkle Mngr, Mercan- 
tile .\gency. 

-Merrill G fackson. drayage. 

Milner Thomas ,1, ph^'sician. 

Mineral Heights Kealtv Co (capital 
S26,000). O B Hopkins iires. G L Ruther- 
ford vice-pres, E H Jones sec, li H 
Jones treas. 

MlSSOl RI, K.V.VS \»i .VM> TPJX.XS IIY OK 
TE,\AS, P. B lOiland City Ticket Agt, 
C E Parsons City I^rt -\gt. 

.Mitchem \'adda, milliner. 

Mock H Byron, lawyer. 

Money & Lyon (Win M Money, K W 
L>'on), groc^-rs. 

.Monroe Walter T, plumber. 

Montrose 't'iiomas 1 », lawyer. 

Moore A S & Cn i.Xbner S Moore) 
grocers. 

Moore Feli.K (-*, drax'age. 

-Moi-gan James. r<-staurant. 

Nloigan .lami's M. I.(w.\er. 

.Mori'^an W Benjamin, insui.ance. 

Mofli.^ ,\r(lte F. notions. 



JIURIII.S J ELM\GI<>\. I'ropr J E >lorrt» 

Lumber Co 
MOUUIS .1 E LI Mlll':i< r(». .1 E ->forrl.« 

I-'ropr, Whtdi'sale ami K>-tail Lumber. 

Builders' Suiiplies. Paints, Oils. Glass 

and Roofing. 
Mott Alfred H, garage. 
Moudy James 1-^, cotton gin. 
Moulton Frederick H. agt -\m E.tp Co. 
Mounger Henrietta Mrs. grocer. 
Nash Thomas E, real est.ate. 
Neal Thomas E, contractor. 
.■Mesbitt 'Wm \, livery. 
Newton I'^rank M, la\\-yer. 
Neyland & Neyland (Robert R and Mayo 

W), lawyers. 
Nichols Joseph F. lawyer. 
Noble & Kimbrough (Stephen -A. Noble. 

Meivin Ivimbrough). .grocers. 
Norman .t .Sons (Wm F. .-Vlonzo and Ollie 

W). liverv. 
North Texas Gin Co, Ft Worth Cotton 

Oil Co proprs. 
Offricht Abraham, clothing. 
Offricht Paul, clothing. 
O'Neal Edward, cotton dealer. 
O'Neal & Dellinger (Robert E O'Neal. 

Elbridge G Dellinger), real estate. 
O'Neal & Son (Grant and Douglas), con- 
fectioners, 
Orr Charles i»J, public ■weigher. 
Pagen Wm & Son (Wm and Wm jr), 

cotton dealers. 
AL.M E OF .SWEETS rOXFECTIOXERV, 

Perry i*aull Propr, \^'^lolesale and >^e- 

tail Candy, Cigars and Tobacco, Etc. 

(See adv below.) 



Fine Honie-Made Candy — Wholesale and Retail 

C^i^arB and Tobacco 

Ice Cream and All Kiiids Cold Drinks 

Palace of Sweets 

Confectionery 

PERRY PAULL, Propnclor 

GREENVILLE, TEXAS 



Paris Grocer Co, C M Portwoud mngr. 

whol grocers. 
Parkview Retreat (eapital $7,500). Or 

C'iiarles !> Gregory ires and supt, Dr 

I) J .Jenkins vice-prf<. .J E Morris s»ec, 

Marvin Heinatz treas 
Paton .\ .V & Co, cotton dealers. 
I'AI I.L I'F-.ItUV, fri>|)r fiilace of .Siveel» 

Confectionery. (See adv.) 
Peak Newton 1-^, lau.\'er. 
J'eak Preston A. physician. 
Peeler George Ij. jeweler. 
Peeler Wm Ij, tailor. 
Pennington Wm E, irb.v sician. 
Pennington .'j McMurtray (Philip B JVn- 

nington, J .\ McMiirtray). men's furr:. 
Perkins Bros Co (capiial $:;00.00')), \ B 

I'(.rkins pres, Jeff JIu)iba'd vice-pres. 

F JI -Montgomery see and treas. dept 

store. 
Perkins Dry Goods Co i(-<pilal J100.000). 

S B Perkins pres. W W Orr vice-prts 

and mngi-, 
Perkins George S, law%-er. 
Pfaefl'le Edward C, cigars, 
I'faelTle George .-\. ieweii-r 
PH\Mri,\.\>;' AM) SI i«i;eovs' iiospi- 

TVL, C V. aod W\\\ e'aiitrell Surgeons. 

Paul Booker Beattie Supl. (See page 

,5ii:;,) 
Pickens S It & Son (Samuel R and Clyde 

I"), furn and hard.vare. 
Pierce Fordyce Oil .Vs,-n 
Porter Richard L. l.a\\ .\"er. 
Prtiiit W m li, men's furnishings. 
Pruiti Wm L, grocer 
Pullen .Jack, resluurani. 
Pullen ,J, tines o, grocer. 

Pylaiid &• llipneli (.\iidrew .1 Pyland, Co- 
lumbus W Roach), Idacksiniths. 
l{ng><lale Thomas F, lawyer, 
'taiisdale \"\'m H, leal estate. 
Ragsdale Wm R, arehjteet, 
Rajke Frederick .M (Terrell), F I) Hyde 

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Foat; Vice-ITes;, AV 1' Kfi^ve.-s Sec aii(]| pris. .lohii D llirUiluton stc and treas. 



TreaH, Miifrs Candy, ice and Butter. 

and liottlers. 
Rles&cr Frank, machinist. 
Riley Bros iChurles and .lames), restr. 
RiJey Hoitv-r F. confectioner. 
Roberts O fl. poultry breeder. 
Rosenberir Helen, cont'r and cl£;'ars. 

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A Resort for Gentlemen 

Wc ca-ter to the Traveling Men 

Beet T»blei in Town, aad the Best :5ervic«. Call 

and be convinced. 

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GREENVILLE, TEXAS 



Rush .7 Henderson, civil engineer. 
St Clair FTllis. planing mill. 
Sales 1-lotel, T S .Sal.s propr. 
Samuell Walter, real estate. 
Sanitary IJakcr>' Co. Ali'i-ed Morton mngrr. 
Sattcrticld M H. poulir.v- breeder. 
Sea.T.an-Ka<.t Grocer Co 'capital .$100. 00<)). 

"W L Reaniati pres. T R Ea.-i vice-pres 

and ^enl innsr, 1"' X Hopkins sec njid 

treas, whol grocers. 
Shelby Denjamin F. grocer. 
Shelton Ge'>rge W, grocer. 
Sijepard Henr,\-, re.siaurajit. 
Shcpiiord Bros '..Manco and "Benjamin).! 

contractors. 
Sheplierd W'm J. real estate 
Shields Walter A. lan\ er. 
Shofn.^r Lutlier M. cement contr, 
Siket> Iu-n}amin, btack.sniith. 
Simmons .!o.-:ep)> i-. blacksmith. 
Simmons \\'att li, blacksmith. 
Sinclair .Joseph \S'. furniture. . 
Singer Sewing Machine Co. Hardj- Ruyle 

nin.cc. 
Sb)ciirn Win. rcr:taiirant. ' 

Smith .Julius A, ph\-sician. 
Smith I'hornas A, I'oal estate. 
Sockwell Hopson. milliner. 
Sooth western Tel it Tel Co, L X Eflreed- 

injr mngr. 
Speairs H FJaJdridge (.S P Speairs, F C 

Baldridge), clectricia.ns. 
Speakes Uuward T, phj-sician. 
Spearman Robert F, lawyer. 
Spla^vn & -McKain (Arthur B 

A S McK:^in), tailors. 
SpraJling John T. hot? breeder 
Spradlmg Ross, hog breeder. 



Thomas M Jl Cotton Co, W ^^' Brooks 

nini;r. cotton dealers. 
Thonuison J n. druss 
TIIOMI'SOX THO^IAS \V (I'liniupson & 

Manning). Count\' Attorriev. (See 
adv n\ Le'aal Blue Book Dcpt.) 
THO>ir«iOX .t MA\M-\<; (TliKniil.l >V 

T!iomi)son. Josepli ^^' Manning). At- 
tornevs at Law. (See adv in Legal 
Blue Book Dept.) 

Thom{ison & Tiiompson (Robert D and 
Paul O), Uiwjers. 

Tolhert R'ohard Q, grocer. 

Tsianos I-'eter. confectioner. 

Turner Alonzo B. wood dealer. 

Turner Elmer, electrician. 

Turiter .James P. drugs. 

Union Xews Co, A I') Sanders mngr. 

Van .\mburgh James H, insurance. 
jVaughan E'enjamin !■', laT\-yer. 
In-, .1.11.-. n r{ichard. physician. 

er Grocer Co (Denison), E 
B Austin mngr. wliol grocers. 

Uard Itohert £:. tailor. 

W-MiRnX A O'XKIL (H Unrtsay AVnr- 
ren. Herbert Jones), Cotton Buyers 
and r;xpovters. 

Watts Richard P. restaurant. 

Weatliers Grain Co icapital $7,000), H T 
"Weathers pres, A S Moore vice-pres 
Jeft"erson Campbell sec and treas 

Weld-X.-vill Cotton Co, "vV" W Alsobrook 
mngr. 

V\'.lls A McLean ("George A Wells, Har- 
ry R JtcLean), osteopaths. 

WKM.liV COI.I.I'.GK. D H .Aston Pres. 
(.See adv belov,-.) 



i'arris (Jliarlcs .1. pli.vsiclaii. 
Kile>' .lames, giocr and liardware. 
JUlf.v^ Mai tin, fnrnituri". 
Rudd J 1'. .general store. 

Lirp J '/.. drugs. 
•Sharp P .V & Son. blacksmitlis. 
Williamson Jl B, cotton gin. 

OKTMiOltV. 

Poiailaiion -f'l. ("m the .''. A. & .\. P. 
l"iy.. in Sun Patricio count.v, 10 miles 
outheast of Sinton. the countv seat. Has 
a hank. Tel.. W. V.: JOxp,. W.. F. & Co. 
relepltone connection. 
Coleman Fulton J'astuiM* t'o, general store, 

cotton gin and cattle ranches. 
First Xational Bank icapital S2a.0O0), 

J F Green pies. E J Miller cashr. 
Gregory Mercantib- Co. general store. 
Ilprro Jv .1 & Co. general store. 
Walker Dale, cotton gin. 
il\'endelken Cliarles W, phvs and drugs. 
WII.I.I.VMS C F, Geiieriil ^^tore. 



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estate and Joans. 
"^\'est Wm T, leal estate. 
\k'eyrich .Alfred V baker. 
White John C, \\'all paper. 
White Mnfg- Co. bee keepers' supplies. 
White Robert X, clothing. 
Willjanks M L, physician. 
Splawn.j Wilkin.s Jolm E. vet surgeon. 
W'ilkin.s Jo'.in W, furniture. 
l"r\'ilicoxon Harr.c W drayage 
__ ^ _ _ Williams Wm H, restaurant 

Spurlock"lIagan Co°( capital $25,000), EMVil-'^on G A. poultry breeder 
L Spurlock pres. E W "Hngan vice- 1 Wil.-on John J. black.smith 



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Sres, C H Spurlock sec and treas, 
ept store. 
Stanford J B, hog breeder. 
Stark Gram Co (Piano), 

mngr, whol grain. 
STEAVAlrr KDWIN AV, Propr SleiTart 

Grain Co. 
STEWART GRAIV CO, V. \V Steivort 

Propr, Hay, Grain and Feed, 
Stlnson Samuel IJ, lawyer. 
Stinsott & Stinson (.J Cyrus and J 

Frank), m.onuments. 
Strunk Thomas Ji. muchinist. 
Stuart John D, plumber. 
Sullivan Hccry, grocer. 
Swift *i, Co, H V Bright 

meat.s. 
Swindell John "n". physician. 
Tatniali .M i;, agt St L & S W Ry 
TajJor K M Mis. steno'j-rapher. 
Texas Auiomohile Co, W 11 Whatleyjl i: Id 

mngr. KF.OW .\ 

Texa.', Co Tlie. it C Carter agt, oils i k-M. 



Wolf.-" Fiank, transfer and storage. 

Wood H .\, harnessmaker, 

Varbrongh Wm L. dentist, 

Yates, Slierrill & Stames (Jesse P Yates 
J S Sherrill, Thomas U Starnes), law- 
yers. 

Young H M, cotton dealer. 

Young Maggie Mrs, grocer. 



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ulation aoo. In Wise county, 14 
noT'theait of Decatur, the count> 



bank. Telephone connec- 
store. 



mngr. 



P 
mil 

I seat. Has a 
|tion. 

iBatdorff AVni, genera 
wholll'HVis J I, drugs. 

|l''.llis i Patioii. general store, 
h'armer.'-" it Mercii.i.nts' Bank. 
I Foster it Bfst. .grocers. 
Greenw.od Tele[ibone Co. 
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f.RIGSHV. 

Population 100. On the T. «.- G. Ry., 
Slielby count.v, 17 miles norttioist of 
Xacogdoches, the nearest hanking ]n>int. 
Exp., W., F. & Co. Tele[ihone connec- 
tion. 

Brown & West, general store. 
Hartstield <t Co, grocers. 
Koonce T J. general sioi'e. 
HIS.SIJLI, linos, Gfiirrnl Store. 
Victory & Cooke, grocers 
West J P. tt Son, general store. 
Williams T V. genei-al store. 



GRI'I'. 

Population -6. In Mason county 6 miles 
north.west of Mason, the countv se-it and 
iianking jmint. and ::0 from Br.'iri\. the 
nearest shipping (lOint. Teleiihone con- 
nection. L. N. Sanford, postmaster 
-Massey Bros, general store. 
.•«\NKOI{I> !. V, <ieiieritl Store. 
Thompson J S, cotton gin and blksmith. 

CROKSHliCK. 

Population l.GHli. The count.v seat of 

I>imestone countv. located on th^■ H. X- 

T. C. By.. Luj miles soutli of Uallas. tlas 

Baptist, Christian and Metiiodist churclies 

water works, electric light, '.; cotton gins 

Z banks and a \veekl>- newspaper. Tiie 

f.Ti-ofr-stjeclv Journal. Tel.. A\'. U.; l-^xp., 

W., B". & Co. Teleplione connection. Mi-.- 

E. Rhea, postmaster. 

.\hlers II W, harness. 

.Allen E A, produce. 

.Anderson T X, contractor. 

-Xnglin C C. mayor. 

.Anglin Drug Co (W K and C C .Anglin i 

-Aiiglin J S. cotton gin. 

Anglin * Wimbish (J Anglin, V.* R W ini- 
bish jr), meats. 

.\tkins J R, county supt of schools. 

Barnett V,' M, livery. 

Barchelor W T, furnituie. 

lievill H R, bill poster. 

J"'.ishop X C. watcliniaker. 

Blackmon A M. countv judge. 

Bond Bros (C S and G H). dry goods. 

Bradle.v C A, contractor. 

Bradley C S. lawyer. 

Bradley J E, county attorney. 

Brown Drug Co ij S Brown). ' 

Brown L L, real estate; 

Brown W ~\Y, idiysici.an. 

Bucnanan L; B, gi-nciai store. 

Bugg S V, jiiiysician. 

Caralle R M, general store. 

Carter H C, blacksmith 

Cayton Eros (B A and J F jr), drugs. 

Cayton W K, pianos. 

Chandler & Bledsoe (J M Chandler, J H 
Bledsoe 1, automobiles. 

Citizens' X"ational Bank (capital f 30.000). 
C S Bradley pres, .1 P "Morris vice-|ires, 
Dan Parki.r cashr. 

Citizens' AVater Co (municipal). W Pope- 
joy supt. 

Comin^Tci'il Hotel. S W"" .Rislen propr 

Continental .'state Bank icapital S2r..ij'i0). 
.1 (r Wilkinson pres. J 1) Whitcomb 
vice-pn s. K .V Collins cashr. 

Cox .1 A\ , physician. 

Ut-nriis 'i' H. pliysician. 



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DETROIT. MICH. 



I'WIIMKHS' <;l \KA\TV ST A'I'K 11 A > K 

(Capital S;:>,CiOO). J C Sanders Pres. 

A T Therrtll Vice- Pres, G X G-roves 

Cashr. 
GerdinK F F. contractor. 
Geren J A, whol tlour. 
Geren T J, dentist. 

Groesbeck Business Men's Club, A R Hen- 
derson sec. 
Groesbeck Journal (weekly), Ira I,,awley 

publr. 
Groesbeck Lierht & Power Plant, G D 

Broadhead supt. 
Groesbeck Opera House, Oliver & Jones 

ntngrs. 
Gulf State Telephone Co, J D Hammack 

mngrr, 
Hammack J D, mngr Gulf State Tele- 
phone Co. 
Haj'es T H & Son (John and Lon), livery. 
Heck & Frazier (John Heck, W C 

Frazier), general store. 
Henderson .-V R, agt Southland Life Ins 

Co. 
Herod Clint, poultry breeder. 
Herod G W, county tax collector. 
Herring M. lawyer. 
Holton T J, physician. 
Hyden A .\, county surveyor. 
Jackson Bros (W L and T M), grocers. 
Jackson X H & Son (S H and S). grocers. 
Jackson W T. lawyer. 
Jackson & AVolverton, cotton gin. 
Jones Young, lumber. 
Kelly C D, dry goods. 
Kennedy >V: Fubanks (W Kennedy, L E 

Eubanks), Ia^v>-ers. 
Lawley Ira, V'Ublr Groesbeck Journal. 
Lazarus J. confectioner. 
Marks F H. general store. 
Meyer Fmil, jeweler. 
Meyer Fmil Mrs. milliner. 
Mills R L, grocers, 
Mittenthal M, ;,'eneral store. 
Munger Gin. ^V C Wol%-erton mngr. ' 
Newbanks L E, laM-yer. 
Nussbaum &. Scharff i capital $50,000), Sol 

Nussbaum pres. L Scharff sec and treas, 

dry goods. 
Oliver F C, clothes cleaner. 
Oliver. Nussbaum & Scharff (capital 

$10,000). D Oliver pres, Sol Xussbaum 

vlce-pres, L ScharflE sec and treas, 

hardware. 
Rasco Solon, county treas. 
Ravell \V M. undertaker. 
Rhea E Jfiss, postmaster. 
Scay L C. lawyer. 
Sellers F ^^. county assessor. 
SOrTIII.A.MJ I. IFF- IXSIRANCE CO. .V R 

Hender.^on .\gent (See left side lines 

iind Ftage 2S1. ) 
Stroud T, cattle breeder. 
Stroud & Garrett fj N Stroud, C H Gar- 
rett), genl store, 
Therrell A F. sheriff. 
Thomas S .-V. count'/ clerk. 
Turner & Turner (J W and J W jr), 

confr.s. 
Usry R M, meats. 
Walker S S &- Sons (Mrs S S, J L, and 

Sanders), lumber. 
Walter W S. grocer. 
Welch T A. pnysician. 
Whitcomb ,J IJ, genl store. 
Williams B J, hardware. 
Wilson House, Mrs G H Wilson propr. 
Wimbish \V' H. grocer. 
Wood Joshua, dry goods. 
Yaw S T, resiLtu^ant. 
York W S, tailor. 



GROG VX. 

A farmers postofhce in Ochiltree county, 
12 miles from Ochiltree, the county seat 
and banking point, and 46 from Liberal 
the nearest shipi>ing point. Win. T. Hull, 
postmaster, 
HI I.I, «\M ■!'. Hoir Rreeiler. 

GROO^I. 

Population 250. On the C. R. I. & G 
Ry., in Carson county, 20 miles from Pan- 
handle, the county seat. Has a bank 
Tel., W. U. Exp., U. S. Telephone con- 
nection. (;. R. Slay, postmaster. 
Andrews A, genl store. 
Gro(»m Hard%\are Co, 
Groom Telephone Co. 
McClellan C L. physician. 



Morgan A C lumlier. 
Morrow .1 S, blacksmitli. 
Osborne V E, r r, tel and exp agt. 
Plains Grain Co. 
SLAV C H, GonernI Store. 
Slay W J, drugs. 

State Bank of Groom (capital $15,000), 
M L Steele pres, I C Unscll cashr. 



GROSVENOH. 

Population 50. In Brown county, 20 
miles nortliwest of Brownwood. the 
county scat usual banking and shipping 
point. Telephone conneeiion. Wm. Mc- 
Auley, postmaster. 
Byrd J H, genl store. 
Lobstein W M, genl store. 
>Ie.*l LEV WSI. Telephone ExchauKC 
Morrison T A, phys and drugs. 



THOKNTO.V U>I I). KeMniirnnt. Honi<- 

(booking. Short »'r<ieis S^- -. . ■) at A]\ 

Hours, Oysters All Styles, >..f: Orinks. 
Trinity County Lumber Co, A! }ei E K.Ul 

genl supt. 
Trinity County Lumber Co Stole, Wm F 

Kelley nirgr. 
Trinity County Star (week;>), James 

Harrow publr. 
Wood Lew ten E, hardware. 
Wood Matthew J, general stcre 
Wynne M V, cashr Guaranty .^ijite Bank, 



GROVETOX. 

Population 2,000. The Judicial seat of 

Trinity countv located on the G.' Ij. & N. 

and M. K. & T. Rys., 100 miles north of 

Houston and 265 from .-Vustin. Has Bap- 
tist, (Christian, Methodist and Presby- 
terian churches, 2 banks. 2 newsjiapers, 2 

hotels, a cotton gin and a saw mill. 

Tel., W. U. Exp,, .Am. and 'W., F. & Co. 

Telephone connection, H. B. Wooldridge, 

postmaster. 

Ashworth J Henry, jeweler. 

Burk Jesse M, agt W U Tel Co. 

Campbell Andrew M, lawyer. 

City Hotel Tlie, Jefferson -\ Reynolds 
propr. 

Collins John R, drugs. 

Collins Julius C, sheriff. 

Crow Clarence H, lawyer. 

Davis Gary W, clothes cleaning. 

Devine Isaac N, physician. 

Dominy George H, county clerk. 

Ellis James C, oculist. 

Evans Frank O, r r and exp agt. 

First National Bank The (capital $65,000) 
L P Atmar pres, Hayne Nelms vice- 
pres, Roy R Robb cashr, 

Friedman Isadoro. dry goods. 

Furlow Linder (.Albert M Furlow, '^'m T 
Llnder), drugs. 

Groveton Commercial Club, E H Robert 
son sec. 

Groveton Telephone Co, Wm A Hensley 
mngr. 

Groveton Times Tlie (weekly), Charles H 
Hen(3erson editor. 

GUARAXTY STATE BAXK (ClipHul S25 
000, Surplus $2,000), C H Kenley I're 
H J Mangum, D- F l)ominy and Ur 
Wm J Magee Vice-I'rests. M V Wynne 
Cashier, C V Mangum .\sst Cashier. 

Harrow James, publr Trinity County Star 

Hazard Hiram C.^. grocer. 

Henderson Charles H, editor The Grove- 
ton Times. 

KEKI.S * ASmvollTH (Jiiltiix C Keels, 
Reuben .Ashworth). (Jeneral Store, Full 
Line of Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, 
Flour and Feed, 

KKXLKV <fc IIINTO-X iRIrhnrtI O Kenley 
Robert E Minton), Lawyers and Land 
Agents. 

Locke Hotel, Joserih Locke propr. 

Loden ^Vm T, photographer. 

McKinnon Charles M, county judge, 

McNeill Wm A. mens furnishings. 

Magee Callie, milliner. 

Alangum Henry J, genl store. 

Martin ^^'m W, county assessor. 

Mills Wm B, county .-;upt schools. 

Nelms iS: Piatt (Hayne Xelms. John A 
Piatt), lawyers. 

O'Neill J M, county surveyor, 

Parker Edward, blacksmith, 

Piatt Bryant .A, genl store. 

Pool Madison M, physician. 

POTE I.A\VI»EXCK C. Dcntnl Sureeon. 

Poston Wylie S, lawyer. 

BEYXOLUS JEFFER.KON A, I'ropr CIf> 
Hotel and Livery, Sale and Boarding 
Stable. 

Rogers Wm R, genl store 

Scale W t">scar', county attorney. 

Smith Bert C, dentist. 

Stevenson Joseph .A, county treas. 

Swinney Hotel ($1.25), Mrs Mattie Hatch- 
er propr. 

Taylor James T, livery, 

TERRV l\ \ W, Clothen Clenner anil 
Presser and Repairing, Laundry Agen 
cy. 



GRO\V. 

Population 200. In King .I'Linty, 1 ■(■ 
miles from Guthrie, the cou::;:' seat and 
15 from Padurah. its hankir.^- .-ind shiii- 
ping point Telephone conj.e :ion. W. 
\V. Goodwin, postmaster, 
Gibson R S. blacksmith. 
GOODWI.V lillOS, General .'•tore nnd C o«- 

ton Gin. 
Grow Telephone E.-cchange, J F Gentry 

propr. 

GRII.LA. 

Population 350, In Starr county, U I4. 
miles southeast of Rio Grande, tbe coun- 
ty seat and 7 from Samfordvee '..*".*' near- 
est rail approach. ;Mail daily 
Guerra H & R, genl store. 
Hinojosa Lucia, .grocer, 
LONGORl.*. A & CO. General -n.re. 
Soils & Vera, genl store, 
Venecia Jose, grocer. 
Vera Amado, grocer. 

GRl .\DVVILLE. 

A rural postoftlce in Lanu'^-s^'- county^ 
9 miles northeast of Lampasa'^ t.^e coun- 
ty seat, banking and shippir.j- >■*. ."^.t. Maii3 
daily. 

Gl'AD.\Li;i»E. 

Population 50. (jn the S. P. ;.:• . in Vic- 
toria county, 5 ',2 miles south-ns; of Vic- 
toria, the county seat and ba;.':.ijg point. 
■Telephone connection, J, b .Marca'K,. 
postmaster. 

Farniers' Ginning Co, cotton irir.. 
MARC.-VK J U, (irnernl Store. 
Victoria Mnfg Co. cotton gir. 



Gl DA. 

Population 10. On the S. .A A; A. P. 
Ry,. in Falls count\', 12 miles T.t.>rthwest 
of Marlin, the county seat r.,^0 S from, 
(bhilton, the nearest banking pt^'t. Tele- 
phone connection. G. J. 'jud'. r:;- jj. post- 
master. 
GUDA .MERC.A.XTII.E CO, C- J (.uderlnn. 

Propr, General Store. 
Guderian S J, cotton gin. 



GUELPH. 

A country postofflce in Polk ''.iinty. IS- 
miles from Livingston, the c(".*;ly seat, 
banking and shipping poin:. John W- 
Rozell, postmaster, 
Sanders Peter, grist mill. 



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Gt'ERR.*.. 

Population 100. In Jim il-.-pc: couhty,. 

35 miles south of Hebbronvilitr 

ty seat, banking and ship»t-i 

Mail daily. A. G, Lopez, post.-; 

Anderson B, r r and exp agt. 

Falcon A, poultry breeder. 

Garcia Alex, cattle breeder. ' 

Garcia M, cattle breeder. 

Gomez Antcuiio, gi'ocer. 

Gomez F, live stock breeder. 

Gomez J M, cattle feeder, 

Hinnaut N, live stock breeder. 

LOPEZ APOLOMO (;, Fruit <.r«T«cr and 
Postmaster. 

Lopez G G, wool grower and cMile feed- 
er, 

Lopez J G, cattle feeder, 

.Maitinez F G, live stock breei.er, 

Martinez J M G. cattle breeri^r. 

Pena Jose, blacksmith ami well liriller 

Ramirez J R, cattle, sheep trjd goat 
breeder. 

Santos A V, general store. 

GVFFEV. 

Population 300. On the T. .t N < <- Uy.> 
in Jefferson county. .", miles 1:^r:i Reau- 
mont, tile C'>uiit\' seal and i,ai.r:i::g T'oint. 
Has Baptist am.! .Meth'-di^t cnurehes. 



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p;xp.. W.. F". * Co. Teloijhijiie connec- 
tion. W. T. Wherry, iiostniaster. 
Bell L E, Krocer. 
Dewer A H. r r and cxp ast. 
Eddv- S B. Kcn.-ral stiirt-. 
Thomas R T, frenl store and drugs. 
'WHKKRY W T, ti.-nrral Sfor«-. 

GlilON. 

Population 25. On the A. & S. Ry.. in 
Taylor county. 22 miles from Abilene. 
the county seat and banklni;- point. Tel.. 
"VV. U. Exp., W., P. & Co. Telephone con- 
nection. 

EdenborouR:h S N, jjeneral store. 
Edenborough S N & Son, cotton gin. 

Gl'NSIGHT. 

A country postotllce in Stephens coun- 
ty. 12 miles from Eastland, its banking 
and shipping point. -M.ail daily. 
Bagsett C A, blacksmith. 
Loudder E L. physician. 
Jlaxwell ,1 W. general store. 
Noel J A, general stoi;^. 

GUNTEll. 

Population 800. On the St. L,., S. F. & 
T. Ry., in Grayson county, 20 miles south 
of Sherman, the county seat. Has bap- 
tist. Church of Christ and ilethodist 
churches, a bank and a weekly newspa- 
per, the Grayson County Advocate. iCxp.. 
Am. Telephone connection. "W. C. Stepli- 
ens. postmaster. 
Baker I L. real est and loans. 
Baker I L Mrs, milliner. 
Barber W B, hotel and tcl exchange. 
Barnes H J. drug.s. 
Bean Paul (Jr-ain Co. wliol grain. 
Browne Grain Co. 
Campbell & Bowen. dr>' goods. 
Carruth .1 A, grocer. 
Collins Will, meats and confr. 
Continental State Bank tcapital S13.000). 

J G Wilkinson pres, C O Crockett 

cashr. 
Farthman Gin Co, cotton gin. 
Exa Hotel. 

Fielder A A Lumber Co. 
Grayson Countv Advocate (weekly), S A 

Hall publr. 
Gunter (roinniercial Club, C O Crockett 

sec. 
Gunter Water Supply Co. 
Hall S A, publr Grayson County Advo- 
cate. 
Hickman W. restauarnt. 
Holland C W, dry goo<ls and notions. 
Kinsey A C ^ Son, dry goods and grocers 
Meeks W W. drugs. 
^lillen S C. [diysician. 
Jlynatt E E & Co, hdwe and furn 
Nelson C H, hotel. 
.Nelson Willie, confr and nc)ti<»ns. 
Nelson W E. restaurant. 
I'ilot Point Gin Co, cotton gin. 
Polk C B, coal. 

Polk-Yowell Co. hdwe and furn. 
Rogers A I, real estate. 
Smith T E, tailor and men's turngs. 
Snider G H. cotton gin and grain. 
S1'F:PHEN!« W C, UrugelUt Hlid PtLitmaH- 

ter. 
Stiellen Martin, dry goods. 
"Walker & Watson, meats. 
"White R L., r r and cxp agt. 



Collins W D. physician. 

Duke Drug Co. 

KAUMEHS- A; 3IF,K<-H.\\TS' ST.4TK 
nnnk (Capital $2y.rtoo). R H Kelley 
Pres. A J Dillard Cashr. 

Gustine Commercial Club, O G Camp- 
bell sec. 

Gustine Gazette (weekly), O G Campbell 
publr. 

Gustine Mercantile Co, general store. 

Gustine M L. confectioner. 

Gustine Telephone Co. 

Hamilton T F, blksmitli. 

Hardin H H i Co. lumber. 

Higginbothani Bros & Co. lumber. 

Hill B H. r r, exp and tel agt. 

Hotel DeHutson. 

Huey P A. cotton gin. 

Kight H L. cotton gin. 

Morgan Bros, meats. 

Xeel & Tatium. general store. 

Odell Bros, general store. 

Pettit J P & Co (private), bankers. 

Pitts T D. notions. 

Sadler I & Co. drugs. 

Smith — , physician. 

Stokes James, blksmith. 

Stricklin M L, physician. 

Terry S F, restaurant. 

Watson Bros & Co, general store. 



GUS. 

Population 13. In Burleson county, 13 
miles from Caldwell, the county seat 
banking and shipping point. S. C. Blaha. 
postmaster. 
IIL.AHA STEVE C, (^cuernl Store, Saloon 

and Live .Stock Breeder. 
Boehme R B. genl stoi e and cotton gin. 
Kovar Joe. blUsinith and hdwe. 

GlISTIXE. 

Population ?nn. On the St. L.. S. "W. 
Ry., In Corn.-)tiche county, 12 miles from 
Comanche, the county seat. Has Bap- 
tist. Christian and Methodist churches. 2 
banks and a newspaper, the Gustine Ga- 
zette. Tel.. W. U. i:xp., "W.. F. & Co. 
Telephone connection. G. T. Haul, post- 
master. 

Allen W L, tinner 
Brown .fohn P, physician. 
Campbell O r,. printer. 
Cattcr M G -Mercantile Co. genl store 



GUTHRIE. 

Population 150. Ttie judicial seat of 
King county, 30 miles south of Paducali, 
the nearest hanking and shipping 
point. Stage daily to Paducah. fare S- 
Telephone connection. L Lvnn, post 
master. 

Bryant "W H. cattle breeder. 
Burnett S B general store.. 
Franklin J .\. hotel and feed. 
I.VXX JAMES II, nriieBlnt. 
Parramore J H jr, cattle breeder. 
Parramore J N, cattle breeder. 
S.VMSOX J F., General Slore. 



GUV. 

A country postofRce in Fort Bend 
county. 21 miles south of Richmond, 
the count.v seat and banking point and 
18 from Rosenberg, the nearest ship- 
ping point. Mail dailv. J. E. Samson, 
postma^er. 



liiigerinan Lumber Co. 

IIA(;Eil:il.V\ ST.VTi; B.VXK (Cnpllol 

$10,000). J A L Wolfe Pres, W J Gard- 
iner Casliier. 

Hand K (T, general store. 

Hand O C, blksmith. 

.lewell R H. livery. 

.Matthews H C, restaurant. 

Morrison C A & Son, grain and cotton 
bu>'ers. 

Morrison \V A, drugs and lumber. 

Smith Hunt, live stock dealer. 

Smith M, feed. 

Smith W N, real estate. 



IIAHN. 

A rtiral postoffice in V/harton county. 
25 miles northwest of Wharton, the 
county seat, and 12 from Kl Campo. the 
nearest banking anil shipping point. 
Telephone conriection. G. E. Wjg^in- 
ton, postmaster. 



GlYLKIl. 

A countr.v postoffice in Montgomery 
county, 2ft miles northwest of Conioe, 
the judicial seat .md 11 from Mont- 
gomery, the nearest shipping point. 



GIVS STOKE. 

Population 75. In I^eon countv, 25 
miles from Crockett, its banking and 
shipping point. Jlail daily. 
Lace.v Robert C. physician. 
Moore P L. general store. 
Thomason & Ware, cotton gin. 



HAflEXIJ.V. 

A rural postotfice on the G.. H. & S. A. 
R.V., in Uvalde county, 9 miles from 
I'valde, the count\- seat and nearest 
banking point. Mail daily. 
Hall J T, general store. 



HAI.K CENTER. 

Population 400. On the P. & N. T. 
Ry., in Hale county, 16 miles southwest 
of Plainview, the county seat. Has 
Baptist. Christian. Methodist and Pres- 
byterian churches, a banlv and a news- 
paper. Tel.. ^^'. U. Exp.. W. F. & Co. 
Telephone connection. Mrs. R. J. E'rid- 
ges, postmaster. 
.\nderson A L. dr ygoods. 
.\nderson B F. poultr.v breeder. 
Barton J J, iioiiltry breeder. 
Bridges F. mngr Hale Center Drug Co 

and ph>'s, 
Burham S R. poultry breeder. 
Carr J P, poultry breeder. 
Demic J B, r r e.xp and tel agt 
Ferguson W R. livery. ■ 

Fort V. poultrv- breeder. 
HM.E rilM'KU l>Ul<i CO, Dr V Hrld- 

ges Mngi-. 
Hale Center .Hardware & Furniture Co. 
Hale Center Mirror' (weekly). Homer 

Knov.les publr. 
Hale Center State Bank (capital $10.- 

000), .1 L Ferguson pres, Claude CJen- 

try. cashr. 
riarral, Goodlett & Cooley, grocers and 

meats, 
flarrington's Ranch, poultry breeders. 
Hudgins 1-M. poultr.s lireeders. 
Knowles Homer, publr Hale Center 

Mirroi'. 
iLeailer Mercantile Co, general store. 
-McVdams -A G Lumlier Co. 
McCurt.x- .T L, grocer. 
.Matsler W 1!. poullry breeder. 
Mood.\' Geor.ne. poultr.v breeder. 
Mort<ni !■: S. ponltr\- tjreeder. 
Newland R It. confe<'tioner. 
Pa>'ne N (J, poultry hreerler. 
Heed & Ferguson, cotton gin. 
Roberts & l.emond. gi'ocers. 
Sagesar .1 F. cattle breeder. 
-Sanders Ralph W. physician. 
Terry R K. drugs. 
Fiiderwood S J, physician. 
Whittacre S J, hotel. 



HAG AXSPORT. 

Population 50. In Franklin county. 
12 miles north of Mt. Vernon. the 
county seat, usual bunking and shipping 
point. Teleplione connection. W. E. 
Tou-er, postmaster. 
Cato W D, live stock breeder. 
Cato & Little, cotton gin. 
Evans .1 G. general store. 
Gutilrie J H, ph.\'sician. 
(Jgietree G It. saw mill. 
F'ickering L. live stock breeder. 
Rogers W (>. lilacksmith. 
T<»\VER \V E, ■■oNlniUNter. 
Whitmer J M. geiwral store. 
Williams .Mexander il, pliysician. 

HA<;i;n>i.v.v. 

Population 200. On the .M. K. & T. 
R\'.. in Gra.\Hon count.v. 16 miles north- 
west of Sliernian. the countv seat. Has 
a bank. Tel.. W. I". Exp.. Am. Tele- 
plione connection, 

Beaver & Mc(.-'U'ndun. general store. 
Crabtree A A. general store. 
Ma^erman Gin Co. \\'m Ballard mngr. 



HALFWAY. 

A discontinued postoffice in Hale coun- 
ty. Send mail to Running ^^*ater. 

HAI.L. 

Po]>iilation 150. <in the G.. C. & S. 
F. lly.. in San Saba count\'. 21 miles 
northwest of .San Saba, the county seat. 
Has Baptist and Christian churches and 
a bank. Tel , W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Telephone connection. V\'. It. Jolmson, 
postmaster. 

JOHNSON AVIM.IE H, rustinaster. 
Temtiletcm Bros, general store. 
Wiclter Bros, general store. 

H AI,I,ETTSV1I-LE. 

Population 1800. On the main line of 

the .S. .\. ^t .\, 1'. Hy., in Lavaca countv. 



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in all, with a combined circulation o£ 
about 20. 000. Theie are churches of 
the ieadinpr denominations, g-ood schools. 
2 banks, electric ligiit and ice plant. 
cotton oil mill, several cotton gins and 
municipal water works and sewerage 
Hallettsville is prominent for ttii-key 
raisinpr and shippinsr: also larj^e quan- 
tities of produce arc shipped from here. 
Cotton is the staple crop. Consider- 
able live stock is raised and dairy- 
ing- is successfully carried on. Tel.. TV. 
r. E.^p.. W. F & Co. TelephoTie con- 
nectious. David A. Paulus, postmaster. 
.VI.I,r;X RVY.nOM) B, I.a«yer. 
Appelt Bros (.Albert E and Paul P), 

Rrocers. 

Arnin Charles W. harness and buggies. 

Basby & McCutchan (W T Bag-by. W 

It IMcCutchan). proprs I^ivaca County 

-Vbstract Co and lawj-ers. 

Barnes Bros ( Hdu-ard and Claude), 

nieats And live stock. 
Bennett S' L, county tax collector. 
Berckenhoff F "W. general store. 
Bonorden & Fevtsch (E H Bonorden. E 

!■: Fertsch), bottlers. 
Braunig- 11 J, books and photogr. 
Broun "P M, notions. 
Buchanan .John, county clerk. 
City Drug Store, M .^accar mngr. 
Davis & Fuller (L J Davis, Frank Ful- 
ler), liver.v. 
Davis &. Trir)P, real estate. 
Deborah .1 l-Z, grocer. 
Decentralizer The tmonthly), E R Melt- 

zen publr. 
Devall A E', count.v treas. 
Dickev' t71\'fle. tailor. 
Filer.s \\'m. count^■ supt of schools. 
i:i.-sler Charles, baker. 
F.VIH.W I'lt.WK (i, I"ul>lr Obzor. (Sec 

adv.) 
Fprtsch Chas. lan'\'er. 
I'^ink's I]r>tel. .\ Finkel.stein propr. 
FIIIST >.VTI<)X.VI> n.lL^K (Capital 
■VOO.OOO. Surplus and Profits. 525.000). 
J^er<i Hill.ie Pres, .J PI Simpson Vice- 
Pres, Friench Sim.pson Cashier. Bruno 
Cohn ^Vsst (Cashier. (.See adv below.) 



CAPITAL, sec, 000 
SURPLUS AND PKOFITS, S25,OO0 
Ferd J. HiLUE, President 

J. H. SlMPSo.v. Vice President 

Friench riiMPSO.N, Cashier 

Bkc.no Cohn. Asst. Cashier 
Hallettsville, Texas 



Hanak V A. jeweler. 

Ilarvey Bros i Weaver atui Dee), tailors 

Haverlali if I... irnplts and. tdksmith. 

Herald Pulilishinir Co (CLUdtal ST, 000), 
H .T Strunk pres. .Iame.~ Houerton sec 
and ningr, publr The Hall^-ttsviUe Her- 
ald. 

Heye H J. harness ami buggies. 

Hickey Thomas A. r'Ublr The Rebel. 

Holubee John F. grocer. 

Houciiins Autoniohile Co \J P Houchins) 

Houchins E H. slieriiT. 

Houchins Produce Co (J F Houchins). 

Howerton D B & Co ( 1) B Hots-erton, AV 
H Bennett), groc'ers. 

I-Calianck Louis, undertaker. 

Kahn M S. phys and drugs. 

Kinnev Jfsse J, mngr Southwestern Tel 
and Tel Co. 

Koether \\" H. county suiTeyor. 

Kopecky Josepli. imblr Xovy Domov. 

Krosciiel M L.. dentist. 

Kuntz .\. breuers agi and ice mnfr. 

Kviuta John, tailor. 

LACV KEHO, I'TvH I'eoiiles Abstract Co 
(Inci (.<ee adv in Classified Abstracts) 

Ladu-ig Wm, garage. 

LAVACA COU.VTV .\l»*TR.\(T CO, Dagby 
& McCutchan i'rocrs. Complete .Ab- 
stracts of Title Furnislied to All Tracts 
of Land in Lavaca County. 

Lavaca County Naclnichten (German 
weekly), Richard Walttrsdorf publr. 

Lavaca Oil Co. Fred Hil.ga nin.gr. 

Lay James B. drugs and phys. 

Ledbetter .V A. pliysician. 

Ledljetter, KopHCk^■ l)rug Co (capital 
$6,000). C L Kopecky i)res, Peter Kuhn 
sec. 

Long K T. district clerk. 

McCutchan W K. city attorney. 

Matula Frank, bi-eweis agent. 

Matula Louis, geni st.^re. 

Meitzen K .J. jeweler. 

Meitzen E R. publr The Liecentralizer. 

.>II:IT/,P:\ K n .\\I> \ C, I'nblrs Semi- 
Weekly Xew Era (See adv). 

Mey>Thoft" Abe, dry goi^is. 

Miller Bros ( Wm G and Adolph). grocers. 

Munsoii & Kuykendall (C F. JIunson. C 
Vi Kuykendall), furniture. 

N'au M F, tinner and plumhei-. • 

Xolen Produce Co i .1 D and \V C Xolen). 

Novy Domov (semi-weekl\-j. Jos Kopecky 
propr. 

OUXOR (lloheminn ^^'e•'kI^ ), F G r'Hbiaii 
l*ublr. (.See adv Ijelow.) 



OBZOR 

GENERAL FARM AND FA.MILY NEWSPAPER 

Organ of theR. V. O S. 

F. Q. FABIAN. Propr. Published Every Thursday 

Advertiaine Katea on Applicatiou 

HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS 



Geiscrt ^\'m, rnonun;ents. 

Gerdes Casper, cotton p'in. 

Grant Lunil>er Co (Galveston), J M 
Mikulenka mngr. 

Green P II. county juti?e. 

Hab Acht (semi-monthly), Z Panok 
publr. 

Hallettsville Cammercial Club, B L 
Morris sec. 

HallotLsville Electric Light Plant (mu- 
nicipal). 

Hallettsville Hardware Co (capital $25,- 
000), li A Xiaessler sec, treas and 
m.ngrr. 

Hallc-ftsviUe Herald The (weekly), Her- 
ald Publishing- Co jiublrs. 

Hallettsville I-uruber Co (Houston), 
John H I>uck mngr. 

Hallo ttsv! lie Op^ra House, J A Som- 
merlattc pr'>i>r. 

H;ilietlsvillc Water Works (muni-^ipal)- 



il'anek Z, publr Hab Acht. 
Patton &. Schwartz (S O Patton, Marcus 

Schwartz), lawyers. 
Paulus David A, postmaster and lawyer. 
Pavlu A. blat-ksmith, 
PCOrivK'S AHSTllACT CO (l\C>. Ka|i- 

ital $7,500), Ferd Lacy I'res (See adv 

in Classifi^.-d Abstracts.) 
Peterson Thomas, greneral store. 
Pickens J L. r r and exp ai^-t. 
IMllar Charles, hardware and tinner. 
Ragsdale James \V, lawyt-.-r 
Rebel The (weekly). T A Hickey publr. 
Henger Paul, physician. 
Hheinstrom t\r Greenebaum ' (Jsadore 

Uheinstrotn, Henry H Greenebaum^. 

horses and mules, 
Rosenberg Bros, utto V ilosf-nberg mngr. 

genl store an'l furniturr-, 
Rosenberg Bros Hrnk (unincorporated). 

(Otto V and Mrs :M I:os.jnburg). G A 

Young cashr. 
Rudnick Ike. dry goot^s. 
Saft Albert, book.^. 
ST M VUV'S ^iivr-i«\i, \vi:i.i>. \ Stnu- 

kiewic:! Propr. (See adv ftpri, ) 
Sam Lee, laundry. 

Samuscli .August, grocer and wool, 
Samusch Bros (Luujs and Samuel*, gro- 

ctrs. 



.si^Mi-\\ i:kki.v m:\\ 

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E. R. MEITZEN 



A. I . MEITZEN 



Scmi-Wcckly New Era 

Circulation 2,O0O :: All Ccsh Paid 

Only Semi-Weekly Newspaper in South Texas. 

Recognized as the Leading: I'aperin 

Lavaca County 

HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS 



t^heai'cr Furniture Co 'It J .-^i.':-:-* r ).. 

Sluley ^\■ S, -fii-tiiist. 

yhin^ek I'^rank. ^onl stoi'e. 

.SI.MI'SOX KHIIOXCH .t *OX (Friench nnd 
James EI), I,;ind and Iiisur..:.i: e Agents. 

.Sokol Fred, Ldacksmith. 

Sokol Hotel, Fred Sokol proir 

Southwestern Tel and Tel C-;.. Jesse J 
Kinnt•^' mngr. 

.sparks Hotel. B S I.,ittlepa.se rr-.y.nT. 

ST.V-VKir.WIC/, A. rrr.pr "t Mnry's Min- 
eral Wells and Jeweler. (.See adv opp.) 

Stanzel Joseph, hardware aiid furniture. 

Stavinolia C L. county atror.'.t.v. 

Htrunk 11 .1. real estate. 

Tarlvin^ton E L<. slioes. 

Tarklngton .i Stai>p iS G T.'-.r'K-.r.t:ton. W 
i". Stap))). cutt«->ri huyers. 

Tiinm A O. restaurant. 

Tiripett H M. mayor. 

Treptow Fritz, cotton gin. 

Turk (t Gerdes (Eugene Turk Ji ■;n Ger- 
des>. meats and live stock, 

Valenta it. county assessor. 

Waltersdorf Richard, ['Ut'l.- Lavaca. 
Countj- Xachrichten. 

^Vard James W, dry ioods. 

H.\I.l.SVII.I.K. 

Population HOO. (..)n the T A: " liy.. in 
Ilarri.^on county, 11 miles frrirt: Marshall, 
the county seat. Plas Baptist, t'hiistian 
and Methodist cliu-f-ches. .a tsrk and a 
weekly neuspar»er, Tht- New*. Tel.. ^'. 
U. Exp., W., F. .si Co. Telei-hcte con- 
nection. J. 1'. Lynch, postma"--,. r 
Averett iV; Sisk, blksmiths ,-r,i: shingle 

mill. 
Bnt-nes \\' O. cotton gin. 
Bass J H, giu and gi-ist miU. 
Black ,7 M, ^^renl store. 

Black T r, Kenl store and ci.:-'.. buyer. 
Bt-own & (Mullen, genl store. 
Citixens UruK Store. 
Cit\- Dru.a: Store. 
Ci-oft A: V\'liitford. genl stove 
I ianghert\' W ( ). ni'.ats. 
riltST srVIF, MV\K (Capital »U>,000>, 

T 1' Black rres. C i^" Havuo<-c Cashr. 
llallsville .News The ( weekly i. VV A Mur- 

r>liey puhlr. 
Hallsville Telephone Co. Elmo Pf:s« mn^r. 
llallsville Truck (growers .^isn. C M 

Weeks pres. 
Hatley T B, livery, gcnl store M;n cotton 

buyer. 
Hill J C, physician. 
Holloway J W. genl store. 
Jones H J T. ^enl store and cotK^n buyer. 
Keasler Lumber Co. 
K'ennedj- ,\ N'. geni store. 
Muriihe.v 'W A. printer. 
Xelson E A. saw mill. 
I'arker J H. r r, exp and tel agt. 
t'ondei- L P. jienl store, 
rtogers H J C, hotel. 
Russell l> L. tailors agt. 
Smith J R. physician. 
Sj'iiei't \\' S. cotton bu\er. 
S\-pei-t ,.<: W'oodall. grocers ar.t' hardware. 
Waldron B T, genl store, git.. ?aw and 
gi-ist mill. 

Waldion J It. garage. 
Watt 1 )i-ug (Jo. 
Watt W G, physician. 



1I.\I.SEM.. 

Poiiulntion HO. On the So.-th western 
R., in Cla\' i-ounty, li; inile^ southwest 
Henrietta, the county seat and nearest 

.nking point. Telephone conn*-* tion. A. 
■ laspf r. iMistinastt-r. 

.rson W H. geiil store. 

a.\ ('ount.\- Cotton Oil (.'o, cotton pin. 

k-er I' ('. railroad .agt. 

le-^on J M \- Brii. iTenI st^re 



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REAL ESTATE AUCTIONEER 

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SX MARTS MINERAL ^^ 

Greatest Medium to Restore Health and Strength in the Human System 

ANALYSIS JUNE 1901, BY PROF. H. H. It has proven to be tlie best remedy for such disorders 

HARRINGTON: as Stomach and Liver Trouble, Rheumatism, Lumbai;o, 

Sulphate of Calcium 37.3 grains to gallon Female Ailments, Heart, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, 

Bicarbonate of Calcium 31.13 grains to gallon Impurities of the blood. Running Sores, Ulcers, Ecze- 

Calcium Chloride 190.2 grains to gallon ma. all kinds of Skin Diseases and a Great Restorer of 

Magne.Mum Chloride -10.4 grains to gallon IIUM.VN VITALITY. 

Sodium Chloride 133.7 grains to gallon 

Sodhnn Bicarbonate 78.7 grains to ga'lon A Trial of this water will be givon to anyonr wish- 
Total Mineral 511.4 grains to gallon ""S *« <0- its onriug powers. 

A. STANKIEWICZ, Prop., Hallettsville, Texas 




J.\SI»I;;K a J, PuKtmnsitcr. 

Lyon-Gray Lunibe'r Co. 
Norman W X, blacksmith. 



IIAMUV. 

A country postoffioe in Taylor county, 
10 miles northeaiit of -JLbilene. tlie county 
seat, banking and shipping point. Mail, 
daily. 

Hamby Mercantile Co, genl store. 
Hay M L, genl store. 



HAMILTO.V. 

Population 1,600. The judicial seat ol 

Hamilton countv is located on the .St. L. 

S. W. Ky., 130 miles southwest ot l>;.llas. 

Has Baptist, Christian, Kiiiscopal, Meth- 
odist and Presbyterian cliurches, 2 banks, 

2 cotton erir.s and 2 cotton oil mills. Two 

weekly newspapers, The Herald and The 

Record, are published. Tel., W. U. Exp., 

"VV., F. & Co. Telephone connections E. 

R. Williams, postmaster. 

Allan Silas R. lawyer. 

Baker Charles C, dentist, 

Baker F H, grocer. 

Baxley J 51, bottler, 

Baxter Benjamin H, notions. 

Beck J K. sheriff. 

Bencini C II ( Ft Worth), cotton oil mill. 

Bcshazo "W B, je\s'elor. 

Bolding \Vm T, physician. 

Boone Malcolm, physician. 

Boykln A T. jeweler. 

nOY.NTON GUOUtVli ir, liditor aud I'ropr 
The Hamilton Herald (See adv). 

Butler J !■;. vet suL^eun. 

Carlton G M Eros & Co (George M Carl- 
tonj, genl store. 

City Water Works, R T Emmet supt. 

Claunch & Scog.crin (Wm B Claunch, Rob- 
ert ScogRin), srain. 

COI.,I-IKIl 'I".\II,«M11X(; COMP.VM' (Wiley 
and Jack Collier, J W Mayi, Tailors 
(See adv below). 



Collier Tailoring Company 

WK SOLICIT YOUR PAIICEL PCST ORDr.KS 

Cleaning and Pressing 

Baits Made to Order French Dry Cleaniug 

Hatnilton, Texas 



Colson .Io>in L., revtauiant. 

(iannolly Wm & Co. g'enl store. 

Cornelius R C, county clerk. 

trrcigr R JO, produ*::e. 

Daviii S Ij, meats. 

Edgar R P, county sutt schools 

Eidson James .\. wood and coal. 

Eldson & Kidson (.Arthur R and Joseph 

H), lawjcrs. 
Eldson & Patton (John It Eidson. T J 

Patton), real estate. 
Ellis Isadora, ^!< nl stor". 
Emmet Thomas, tinn* r, 
Everett Wm H. physician. 
FIUI'.I.ITY A\n DKI'DSI'f CO OT ,>I.\RV- 

I<A\I>, U W Pifrson Ai?t. 



Gordon T T, cotton gin. 

Graham I.. D, restaurant. 

Graves J B. poultry breeder. 

Gulf States Telephone Co, L. E Walden 

mngr. 
Hafley & Harris (Oscar Hafley. James 

Harris), bakers. 
Hamilton Bank and Trust Co (capital 

$50,000). Cyrus W Cotton Pres. Capius 

E Horton vice-pres, John M Williams 

cashr. 
Hamilton Business Men's Club, Johnson 

Walker. 
H.ASm.TOX HnR.M,II TIIK, (ieorse II 

Boynton Editor and Propr. (See adv 

below). 



The Hamilton Herald 

HAMILTON, TEXAS 

Oldest and Most Inlluential Paper in th« County 

Establinhed in lhT6 

G. H. BoY.NTON. Editor and Proprietor 

Largest Circulation Best Advertisinir Medium 



Hamilton Xqtional Bank (capital $5(1, 
000). John T James pres, Augustus 
Williams vice-pres, Edward Perry 
cashr. 

HAMII..TOX HELORD THE, L O Peek 
Publr (See adv below i. 



r HAinilL.n ''f^iiDty 



THE ^A^milTBn UECmu 

PUBLISHERS AND PRINTERS 

Typewriters. T.vtiewriterRibbr-ns and .\11 Kinds of 

Typewriter Supplies 

HAMILTON. TEXAS 



Haiipy Hour Theatre, Ragsdale & Stand- 

efer pror)rs. 
Harelik Bros (llaskel and Morris), con- 
fectioners, 
■ TedKpeth Wm L, cotton gin. 
Horton C B. contractor. 
Iluddleston Gus, restaurant. 
J-arnes .lolin T. drugs and abstracts. 
James W T, photoKrajiher. 
.tohnson C L & Son, C B Horton mngr, 

lumber. 
Koen I. W, county treas. 
I^augford & Chesley (Dewey I..angford, 

Hervey Chesley). lawyers. 
Lewis J L, county judge. 
Little John C. sent store. 
Mc'hanev J M. live stock. 
.McKee Training School, O W McKee 

propr. 
McKinicy & Corigan (Thomas McKinley, 

J E (_'<irma!ij. genl store. 
.McMordie "Wm I-'. ph>'sician. 
Mar-tiu .fohn, liouse mo\rr. 
.Miller Herir.v E, meats. 
MIS|;m;II F.OWIV K, i'ropr :)llnrner'n 

t.'oninieriial House (.S.-cadv). 



JIISl'-.NKlt'S CO.M.MERCI.XL IIOISIJ, E It 

Misener Proi>r (Sec adv belo\vj. 



Mot)re E F, ct.>nfectioner. 

Nicholson J P. ice mnfr. 

TKCK l.i;0>.tlll) O, Pul.lr The Hnnill- 

toM Reord (See adv). 
rii;i{>i<>\ Ton C, Tii-v .\s.seNBor Hiimll- 

ton County. 
Rice L X, county tax collector. 
Rice P M. county attorney. 
P.ogers James F, hard\\-a-re. 
Saxon W T, county surveyor. 
Schimiaker R F. cotton compres'^. 
Secrest Jacob E, furniture and under- 
taker 
Sliipm.'in Jesse C, lawyer. 
Shown James, laundry. 
Siebel J'Mward, tinner. 
Simpson W .-V. furniture. 
Smith ,<c JTarris. D S Gable mngr. lumber 
.Spencer & Jordon, Rtiben Jordoii niiigr, 

lumber. 
Stone James, contractor. 
Tate & Williams (Wm D Tate, Hogue 

Williams), drugs. 
'I"omlins(jn W H, c 'ntracfir. 
Tucker Wm C, restaurant. 
\';ilr'niine (Jliarles H. express. 
Walden L E, mngr Gulf S(ates Tel Co, 
Walker i- Mclnnisli (Jolmson Walker, 

I^Ilno Mclnhish'. lands 
Weiser Leo A', electric light plant. 
White Thomas M, Insurane. 
\A'!lcox Richard T, garage. 
Williams Benjamin F. cotton gin. 
Williams Felix C, furnittire. 
Williams .Joseph F.. drugs, 
Williams & Shockley (Joseiih Williams, 

George Shockley). cattle feeders. 
\\'iilis Wm L. gen<'ral store. 
Winn John B. jihysician. 
Wonderland Theatre. -Annie Blakle>* 

propr. 
Yates Wm W. produce. 
Zinn H S. live stock* 
Zinn S H, horse dealer. 

HAMILTON root,. 

A farmers' postolticu in Tr.i.vis county. 
?,2 miles from .\ustin, the county seat, 
banking and shipiung [loint. Mail, semi- 
weekly. W. Jaekel, postmaster. 



HAMLIN. 

Population 2,000, On the K C. M, .*t 
O., the T. C. and the .A. A: S. R, Rs . in 
Jones ooiiiity, 17 mile-^ northuest of .\n- 
son. the county seat. Has Raiitist. 
Christian and Methodist churches. _' 
banks, 2 Cotton gins, a co(ti>n oil mill. 
cotton compress, ice plant and Hour null 
A weekly newsijaper The Herald is jiub- 
lished. Tel., W. U, I'.xp.. .\m. and W . 




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THE STAR CLAY PRODUCTS CO. 



San Antonio, Texas 



Here'ii wbai one iiiier says abont our STAR Firebrick ■ 

"We put in your brick in our furnaces in 1910 and have done nothing to them Bince then. They are iood for several seatons yet. 
You can rest assured that whenever we are in need of any firebrick, wo will be lure to buy yours, as we consider them wonh two or three 
times any other brcbrick made." 



FT. WORTH COTTON OIL CO. 



Per F. A. Blain. Gen. Mg'r. 



510 



Hamlin 



R. L. POLK & COS (1914) 



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F. iSr Co. Teh'iiluiiie coi'.necti >n W. 

V>TO\vn. i" Jotmaster. 

AdKins .1 B. yrot-er. 

Albritton '\V A. agent Am ;:xii Co. 

Allison F ii, '.awyer. 

Anderson A !. saragt-. 

Barrow A I), furniture. 

Bowen. Dolman Drug- Co uToe Eovven, H 

A Dolman). 
Bowen O A, real est and ins. 
Brand K C, caslir First Natl Bank. 
Brown ^^' L, postmaster. • 

Brown \\' R. notions. 
Cecil & Co (SV M and C \V Cecil), dry 

goods. 
Chastain C P. law^'e^. 
Dowd Bros (Alfred and Till), bakers. 
Elliott Tailoring Co (.1 \V Shannon). 
Kll!.s K F, a^jt K C -M .t O Rv. 
Ezell Bros (J \V and L W). drugs. 
flDEM'I'^ AMJ DKI'OSIT fO Of MARV- 

L.\.\U, W J Brians -Asent. 
First National Bank i capital J25,00fl), J 
G 'Wilkinson pres. A G Hudson vice- 
pres, VZ C Brand oaslir. 
FIHST SrVTK HV>K (Cnitltal «1'.'.,000(, 
A D MoLausiilin I'res. F K .Vllison 
A'ice-Pres. Clinton Fraser Cashr. 
Fisher T K, grocer. 

Frazer Clinton, cashr First State Bank. 

Gray I^umber Co (capital ?100,000). 

George \V Gray pres. A \V Gray vice- 

pres, George C Wright sec and treas. 

Green W M & t<on (W il and W W), 

dry goods and grocers. 
Hamlin Compress Co ( B S Nebhett). 
Hamlin Cotton Oil Co (J 11 Grisham. W 

D Brewington). 
Hamlin Herald tweekly), G E Watford 

publr. 
Hamlin Inn, J D <j-»rdon propr. 
Harwell \\' !>, grocer. 
Harwell & Dowd tJ D Harwell, Alfred 

Dowd). meats. 
Headen C i', nmsr W U Tel Co. 
Howard K L. agent T C Ry. 
Jones I'i; Grisham (S E Jones, Ray Gris- 
ham), tailors. 
King S A, agt A & S Ry and W F & Co 

c.xp. 
Lamar J P, lawyer and real est. 
Lowshaddix & Hall (N L Lowshaddix, H 

Hall), meats. 
McGongh J W, livery. 
Morgan House. W K Morgan pro[)r. 
Morgan L lO. dentist. 
Nobles & Scales ( \V .A Nobles jr, H S 

Scales), grocers and hardware. 
Orient Consolidated Ice Co (capital $7, 
500), N A Crown pres, E S Jones vice- 
pres, George A Parks sec and treas. 
Pavne D J, drv goods. 
Pioneer Gin Co (T E Harden). 
Pool-'VVhittington Co (J F Pool), grocers. 
Posack .Albert, [ihotographer. 
Rlter Hardware Co (capital $.30,000), I. 
N Riter pres, R L Riier vice-i(re.s, J 
Mayes sec, J D McClaran treas. 
.Sauls I> O, grocer. 
Sedberry J M, cattle breeder. 
Segrest J B, furniture. 
Shannon ..<■ Te-rell (J W Shannon), real 

est and ins. 
Southwestern Tel and Tel Co, H B For- 

man. mngr. 
Spcnc.-r K P. & Co (Waco), W B Abbott 

mng!". lumber. 
Stelzlg (). blacksmith. 
Stock W Lee, oott*jn gin. 
Terrill H N. garage. 
Texas Cement and Plaster Co (Oklahoma 

Cit), Guy ilcNeal mpgr. 
Veazey J H, milliner. 
Waggoner J J, drugs. 
Watford G E, publr Hamlin Herald. 
White David, physician. 
"Wilson M V, hardware and furniture. 
Withers Bros (J C and E A), harness. 

H.^MMO.MJ. 

Population 200. On th» H. & T C. Ry , 
In Robertson county, IS miles from 
Franklin, the county seat and 5 from 
Bremond. the n^-arest hanking point. 
Tel., W. U. Exp., \\ ,. F. it Co Telephone 
connection. JO. H. Bates, postmaster. 
DATES K II. Ci>t«>i> 4ilu mid UtlKt .Mill. 
I.ove James T. geni store. 
McCall R E, genl store. 
Smith John H, hardware. 
Swir[Son \V S. r r, »-xp and tel agt. 



H \>II)\. 

Population 50. In Gonzales county, 11 
miles from Gon^^ales, the county seat. 
banking and shipping point. Telephone 
connection. J. S. Du Bose, postmaster, 
Allert W J, cotton gin. 

nir IIO.'«E & Vliy.liMXS. rieaeral Store. 
Hamon .Vnnie O Mrs. genl store. 
Lane C P, blacksmith. 



HASISHIHE. 

A country postortice on the Gulf & In- 
terstate R R., in Jelxerson county, 20 
miles from Beaumont, the county seat. 
Mail, daily. 
Deaton Bros, grocers. 
KOCH THRO F <lt CO, I.nnd rulonlzerN. 

(See adv In Houston section.) 



H.\M>LI',V. 

Population l.nOO. On the T. & P. R. R. 
and on the North Texas Traction Co (In- 
terurban), in Tarrant county. 7 miles 
east of Fort "Worth, the county seat. 
Has Baptist, Catholic, Christian, Meth 
odist and Presbyterian churches, high 
and graded schools, water works, a bank, 
cotton gin and the power house of the 
N. T. T. Co. Tel.. W. U. Exp.. W., F. & 
Co. Telephone connection. J. W. Me- 
Gee. postmaster. 

Craig Bros & Hubbard (Wm P and Proc- 
tor G Craig. John \V Hubbard), cotton 

gin. 
Duncan John, meats and ice. 
Evans D W, blksniith. 
FIK.ST ST.ITK ilWK J'HIi: (Capital »10,- 

000), J B Sikfs Prns, Matt Skeen vice 

Pres, J E Brewer Cashr. 
Handlej- Chamber of Commerce, A C 

Lowery sec. 
King J H. blksmith. 
I.,orimer Wishard S, physician. 
McGee James W, postmaster. 
Northern Texas Traction Co (Power 

Station), \V P White supt. 
Owens G W Lumber Co (Ft Worth), W 

M Montgomery mngr. 
Pressley "VV' N, restr and confr. 
Pyeatt C D & Son (Cliarles D and Byron 

B), grocers. 
Sammon E F, grocer and m,eats. 
Sanders & Roberts (H S Sanders, W 

Roberts), drugs. 
Seaver Charles S, genl store. 
Shoemaker Walton M, jihysician. 
Tliomas Herschel G, ph\s and drugs. 
Watson Wyatt N, restaurant. 
Weiler E E, real estate. 
Woods Tyra H, r r, tel and exp agt. 



Hansford Hoadli.ght. .1 II Buchanan publr 
Hays John L, grocer, 
.lenkius T K. blksmith, 
Jones ^ Bro. cattle breeder. 
.McNabb W S. livery. 
Maize P M & (^o. genl store. 
O'Laughlin John and Charles, cattle 
breeders. 

H.VXSOX. 

A country postorlice In Fort Bend 
county. 21 miles south of Richmond, the 
county seat and nearest banking point 
and 11 from Kendleton, the nearest ship- 
ping point. Mail, tri-weekly. 



H.\MvA>IEU. 

Population 500. In Chambers county, 9 
miles north of .\nahuac. the county seat 
and nearest banking point and 15 from 
Devers. the nearest rail ariproach. Tel- 
ephone connection. Ira A. Hankamer. 
postmaster. 

Farmers' Club, Charles Hankamer pres. 
Hankamer .\ M. blksmith. 
HAMv.V>IKIl IH.V .\. Genera! .Store, 

Jteai Estate, Itice Grower and Notary 

Public. 
Harmon C S, harness. 
Moore E L, me.its. 
.Moore T P & Co. genl store. 
Morgan Bros, saw mill, 
Morgan George L, physician. 
Morgan Marion, rice grower. 
Speights E L, rice grower. 
Speights J J, rice groiver. 
Stowell Canal Co. 
Weaver .\ndrew, general store. 
Wilson B S, genl store. 



HA.\"SFORn. 

Population 100. The judicial seat of 
Hansford county, 35 tniles southeast of 
Texhoma. Okla., the nearest shipplt(g 
point. Has a bank and a weekly new?:- 
paper. Telephone connection. H. P. 
Bailey, postmaster. 
II.VII.ISV H I', I'oNtinnster. 
Buchanan J H, j»rinter. 
Caldwell W E. dry goods and shoes. 
Cator P. ("). genl store 
Coble W T. cattU- breeder. 
First State Bank (caiiital $10,000), J 

A\'rlght pres, M B \\'right cashr. 
Hale Prug ('o. 



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H.\PPY. 

Population 250. On the P. & N. T Ry.. 
In Swisher county, 17 miles from Tulia. 
the county seat. Has Baptist. Catholio, 
Lutheran, Methodist and Presbyterian 
churches, and a bank. Tel., W. U. ExF'., 
W., F. & Co. Telejphone connection. J. 
M. McNaughton, postmaster. 
Cowan W M, dray. 
Doon A C. r r. e.xt> and tel agt. 
First State Bank (capital $10,000). J T 

Lester pres. C D I^ester cashr, 
Grady M, genl store. 
Happy Drug (,'o, 
Happy (iin Co, cotton gin. 
Happy Grocery Co. 
Happy Hard\\'are Co, hardware and farm 

implements. 
Happy Telephone Co. 
Long Kinslow. cattle breeder, 
.>Io\Al"<iHTO.\ .1 M. >Ieiif Market. 
Neft; P J, lumber and cual. 
Plains Lumber and ("}rain Co. 
Plains Suppij' Co, genl store. 

H.VHIIIV. 

Population 75. On the Ft. %V. & R. G. 
R. R., in Erath count>-. miles from 
Stephensville, the count>' seat and 5 from 
Dublin, the nearest banking point. Exp., 
U. S. Telephone connection. 
Barber M C, r r and exi" agt. 
Jennings W R. genl store. 
Preston J W, blksmith. 
Robbins B E, cotton gin. 
Sanders L A, telephone exchange. 

■ I.VRIIOK CITV, 

Population 40. In San Patricio county, 
22 miles from Sinton. tlie county seat and 
6 from Aransas Pass, the nearest bank- 
ing and shipping jjoint. Telephone con- 
nection. H. E. Brown, postmasl.-r 
IlKOAVN" H E. Grocer uiid ContrHctor. 
Selesky & Terrill, concrete contractors. 
Wycoff Allen, grocer. 



HARUV. 

A rural postoftice in Montague county. 
10'/2 miles soutli of Saint Jo, the nearest 
banking and shipping jjolnt. JIail, daily. 
Jackson Bros, genl store. 

H.\KI,ET()\. 

Population .i75. On the M. cfe E. T. Ry . 
In Harrison county, IS miles northwest 
of Marshall, the county seat. Has a 
bank. Tel., W. U. Exp., .\m. Telephone 
connection. 

Allen George W, physician. 
.'Vllen & Davidson, drugs. 
Bassett T R, genl store and drugs. 
Graver P O, general store. 
Craver W F, general store. 
Graver & Hawkins, saw mill. 
Dreyfuss-Little .Mercantile Co, genl store. 
FIRST ST.VTE II \.Mv ((.niiitnl )(ll(l,(KK>», 

W L Barry Pres. W N Greer Cashier. 
Howard A I^, genl store. 
Howard & Turner, genl store. 
Jackson G B, cotton gin and grist mill. 
Jones T it. cotton gin and shingle mill. 
Knox Bros, genl store. 
Lindsey J C. gen] store 
McGeofge J F, livery and blksmith. 
Morris J F, genl store. 
Poteet E Ij. genl store. 
Rolland & .lackson. grocers. 
Taylor )t \V, genl store and lumber. 

II viiM.\(;i:v. 

I'opulatlon 1,200. .\n Incorporated 
town on the St. L. B >t- M. Ry., in Cam- 
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irrigra^od district, plenty of water is ob- 
tained throUBli canals from the llio 
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cotton, sugrar cane, dairy products and 
foragre crops. Has c)uirches of the lead- 
ing denominations, jrood schools, .2 banks, 
a Tveekly newspai>er. T!ie Star. 2 cotton 
gins, cotton compress, wlxolesale erocerv 
and good hotels. Tel.. V,'. V. Exp., W. 
F. & Co. Teleplione conection. Hugo J. 
Letzerich, postmaster. 
Alvarez P & Co (Florentine Alvarez), 

grocers and dry gooils. 
Austin Millard F, mnsr T\' U Tel Co. 
Bailey-Hale Grocery I'o iCorpus Christi) 

H N Morro\v- ning,r, whol grocers. 
Blackbridge Farm, i>oultrv breeder. 
Botts & Chambers (Sam Bolts. Fred 

Chambers), grocers and hardTN-are. 
Brenner D H, furniture. 
Clift & Perry, real estate. 
Decker Frank jr. r r and exp agt. 
Dyer H K, mngr Southwestern Tel and 

Tel Co. 
Eaton S P, hides. 
Fender E L, genl store. 
Franklin AV A, confr. 

Gibbs Harmon A, publr Harlingen Star. 
Gregory Gin Co, Sam Botts mngr, cotton 

gin. 
Harlingen Commercial Club, H D Seago 

sec. 
Harlingen Compress Co (capital $33,00), 

A B Slack pres, M V Pendleton sec and 

treas. 
Harlingen Land and Water Co (capital 

»300,000), Lon C Hill pres, Mrs Kate 

Bailey sec. 
Harlingen Pharmacy, A M and H J Letz- 
erich proprs. 
Harlingen Star (weekly). Harmon A 

Glbbs publr. 
MARI.IXGKN STATE BAVK (Capitol 

$15,000), L S Ro.^s Pres. E A JlcGary 

Vice-Pres, M V Pendleton Cashr. 
Harlingen Water and I-ight Plant (muni- 
cipal). 
Hill Sugar Co (capit-I $300,000), Lon C 

Hill pres, Kate Bailey sec. 
Houston Ice and Brc^ving Co (Houston), 

A L Strang mngr, cotton gin and ice 

mnfrs. 
Letzerich A M, pliysician. 
Letzerich C W, phj'sician. 
Letzerich Hugo J, postmaster. 
Lozano S & Son (Pantos and Santos Jr), 

general store. 
Moncus W JT, gara.^e and blksmith. 
Mooreland Hotel. 5^ C Moore propr. 
Morrow H N. poultry breeder, 
Ogan Hotel, C L Ogan propr. 
Paine J M, insurance. 
Planters State Bank (capital $10,000), J 

S Ford pres, F -V Scliaft vice-pres, B F 

Johnson, caslir. 
Rhoades G B, jeweler. 
Rio Grande Land Corporation, J H Bailey 

mngr. 
Rio Valley Land Co, P L Chaudoin pres, 

A J Stewart sec. 
Roberts B C. dentist. 
Ross Ij S, mayor. 
Ross & Itodgers (L S Ross, J F Rodgers), 

real estate, 
Sanders L E. tailor. 
Sanders H AV Mrs, restaurant. 
Scarborough J H, poultry breeder. 
Snavely L E. genl store and implements. 
Snyder G R, physician. 
South Texas Lumber Co, L J Nichols 

mngr. 
Southwestern Tel and Tel Co, H K Dyer 

mngr. 
Taylor H D Lumber Co (Houston). R F 

Brown mngr. 
W'eem.s W, poultry Breeder. 

H.*BM«)N'Y. 

A country postoftice in Nacogdoches 
county, S% miles southwest of Nacog 
doches, the county seat, banking and 
shipping point. .Mail, semi-wetkly. 
Nations W B, genl store. 

HAHI'KU. 

Population loO. In Gillespie county, 25 
miles west f>f Fredericksburg, the county 
seat and 21 '.4 from Kerrville, its bank- 
ing and shipping point. -Mail, daily. 



Barker A B, s^Tucer and farm iniplts. 

Barker Jj C. confectioner. 

I5ierschevale R G, genl store. 

Uelavan Lee, publr Harper Herald. 

Floyd P M, dry gciods and milliner. 

Fritz Chris, blksmith. 

Granville t^ Fisk. genl store. 

Harper Gin <>i Mill Co. 

(iarper Herald (weekly), Lee Delavan 

publr. 
Moore J R, tinner, 
Pape S E, milliner. 
Rahe Otto, genl store. 
Sellers Oscar, drugs. 
Stevens & Faircliilds. wind mills. 
Strackbien A \\'. genl store. 
Tavlor N O. drugs. 
Tliiele H. blksmitli. 
Ward J H, undertaker. 



H.VRri2U.S VILLE. 

A country i.iosiottice in Steplvens county 
19 miles nortli of (.."isco. the nearest bank- 
ing ami shipriing |ioint and about the 
same distance from Breckenridge, tht 
county seat. Mail, daily. 
L.^L'DERUALK J .'1, Cotton Glu. 

H.\URIETT. 

A country postofflce on the G. C. & S 

F. Ry., in Tom Green county, 9 miles 
from San .\ngelo. the county seat and 
banking point. Teleiilione connection. 

G. W. Duncan, postmaster. 
DIXCA.X G \V, I'ONtniRMter. 
Evans Jjce. blacksmith. 
Lovelace C A, grocer. 



H.^RRIS. 

Population 200. In Terry county, 22 
miles from I-irownfield. llie county seat 
and nearest banking iioint and 30 from 
Tahoka, the nearest shipping point. Tel- 
ephone connection. W. H. Harris, post- 
master. 

Bacon W .\, cattle breeder. 
Cotten .\rthur, cMttle breeder. 
I'^llirigton F M, cattle breeder. 
IIARHI.'S \V H, <;(-iieral Stor.-. 
McPliaul Bros ic Bacon, cattle breeders. 
Sams C E, cattle breeder. 

H.tRRISIIlTRG. 

Population 1,400. On the G., H, & S. A,, 
the I. it G N. the G H. & H. and the M. 
K. & T. Kys.. and on the Houston Shiri 
Channel, in Harris county, 5^/2 miles from 
Houston, tlie county seat and banking 
point. Tel., W. U. Exp,, Am. and W.. F, 
& Co. Telephone connection. Mrs. Ben- 
nett, postmaster. 
Argo D, genl store. 
Collins T P.. genl store. 
Davis .1 H, cattle breeder. 
Deady Furnace Co. clay furnace mnfrs. 
Fenzel Machine. Co. 
Griffith "W K. grocer. 
Gulf Kefinirig Co. 

Halloway .t .Arnold, grocers and meats. 
H.\>I.>IEK C M, OriiKKlNt. 
Harrisburg Brick Co, 
Harrishurg Lurnliei- Co. 
Harrisburg Pottery Co. 
Harrisburg Ship Yard Co. 
Howard A H. trrocer. 
Llles B B, physician. 
Lone Star Oil Co 
Lynn Iron Works, machinists, 
McDoncll G A. pliysieian. 
Magnolia I'etroleum Co. 
Moore Charles, grocer and meats. 

Nelson . l>oat Mdr. 

Newton G A, blksmith. 

Noble , restaurant. 

Pierce Fordyce Oil Assn. 
Smith J E, blksmith. 
Stettner A, dry goods. 

Stick , boat bldr. 

Texas Co Tile. oils. 
Thompson J If, baker, 
Tissinger L P. grocer. 
Vibert A, genl store. 



HAHROI,D. 

Population COO. On the Ft. W. &-D. C. 
By., In \Vilbarger county, 16 miles from 
Vernon, the county seat. lias Baptist, 
Christian :ind Metliodlst chureiies and a 
bank. Tel.. v\'. I.'. K\p.. .Adams. Tele- 



plione connection. S. C. Fowler, post- 
master. 

Blanton J F. cotton gin. 
Burgess R £'. liotel. 
Cameron J T, dry goods. 
Cobb D C, livery. 
Cobb R, livery. 

(iolony I'nion Gin. gin and genl store. 
Cox W W. |ihv.sician. 
Fowler N D .Mis. hotel. 
Fowler S C. drugs. 
lIVKKOI.n HAMvI-\C; .\ND INVE.ST- 

MENT CO (I'rivatej, L J Massle Pres, 

A L Winfrey Cashr. 
King J C, plivsician. 
Luedtke M P, blksmith, 
Morris Carl, grocer. 
Ray L W, grocer. 
Robinson I* H. grain. 
Showers J !>. lumber and coal, 
Starncs J W, blksmith. 
Stroud H A, publr and printer. 
Stroud J O, grocer. 
Waggoner C T, grocer. 
Wilson S O, hardware. 

H.VRT. 

A rural postolHce in Castro county. 
21 miles southeast of Uimmitt, the coun- 
ty seat, and about the same distance 
from Kress, tire nearest sliipping point. 
T, W. Hart, postmaster. 
Hankins Joseph & Sons, cattle breeders. 
H.VRT T \\', Breeder of Thoroughbred 

Registered Hereford (_'attle. 
Jobe W W. blacksmith. 
Jones Ellis, cattle breeder. 
McLain J C, cattle breeder. 
Ray T C, grocer. 
Riley J R, cattle breeder. 



H.\RTHrRG. 

Population 250. On tlie K. C. S. Ry 
Newton county, 50 miles south of 
Newton, tlie county seat, and 20 from 
Orange, the nearest banking point. Tel- 
ephone connection. 
Barber Lumber Co, lumber mnfrs. 
Hartliurg Mercantile Co. general store 
Hiiliard J P, general store. 

HARTLEY. 

Population 100. On the Ft. AV, i<i 
D. C. Ry., in Hartley county. 15 miles 
from Channing. the county seat. Has 
Baptist and Methodist churches and a 
bank. Tel.. W. U, : Ext',. Adams. Tele- 
piione connection. -A. C. Thomiison. iiost- 
master. 

Green Roy, hotel. 
Hartley County Hank (capital $l.'.,00'>i. 

R S Coon ores, .1 S McMillen cashr. 
Hartley Grain & Coal *^'o. 
Hartley Mercantile Co. general store 
Hartley Mill & Elevator Co. 
Hartley Supply Co. general store. 
Hartley Telephone (_^o. 
Horton E A, r r. exp and tel agt. 
Panliandle Liimiier (;o. 

THOMl'.XO> .VL\I\ C, Geiirrnl .Store. 
Wyatt F M, hotel. 

H.ARVEV. 

Population 51. In Brazos count\', n 
miles from Bryan, tlie county seat and 
banking point. Teleplione connection 
with Bryan. .\. P. Buchanan, postmas- 
ter. 

BUCH.W.VX -V I'. GeuernI .store. 
.Tones &. Shaw, general store. 
Rea G L, piiysician 



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Lulmg, the nearest bunkiriK point. Tf 1 . 
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Baldridg:e J D. poultry br^'erler. 
Dexter li G, physician and dri-prs. 
Dismukcs S A Mrs. Kent-ral storr. 
Harwood Gin Co. cntton uin. 
Johnson W A, groctr. 
L.amkin Gt-orKe N. m*n»-ral store. 
L*um Lillian Mrs. milliner. 
Luni W M. meats. 
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HASIMA. 

I'niiulatlon 75. On ttic St. I... B. & 
M. Yiy., in Hrazoi-ia cotinry. 25 milt-s 
from .Viiplfton. the county seat, and 
12 tioin Bay City, llie nearest hankinsr 
I'oint. KkP: \V.. F. .t Co. Teloplione 
fKPnection. Mi-s. B. K. Snnyres, post- 
ma >^tei'. 

r,(n\-,ie Philip, livestock breeder. 
■CtH^'l-: d W, Hk'M\ hlt^tate, IjtnauM, litnur- 

-aiii.-e and Inv'^tnient.'^. 
fia^^inia I'ownr-itt- Co. J A N-e.lsOTi. J F 

Wolf.'ion and ,1 F Olison jjromoters. 
("il.-uii .! F. .fifncral tJtore. 
Siiiiyrea B J^ ^Irs. po.-^tmaHter, rx and es:p 

agt. 
Sweeny P'rank, .Livestock breeder. 

H.VSKEM... 

Population 2,500. The county seat of 

Haskell county, is located on tlie W. V. 

Ry.. 16 miles north of Stamford. Has 

2 pins, Cotton oi.l mill, .electric litrlit 

and po\\-cr T'lant, 2 banks, a \\'efkly 

niu-siiiiper, Tlu- Free Pre.<s; Kai^tist. 

.\U thimisi, I^rcshytorjan. Christian and 

r-'pi.-c'ipal cijurciir-s. Cotton is the prin- 
cipal shipnunt. Te.1.. W. U. : E.-cp.. 

\datns. Telei)h<^'ne connection. John B. 

Baktr. postnias-ter. 

.\dams F L. photographer. 

Alexander r G t^i Sons ( F G. Henry and 
\V B>. Keneriil stfire. 

Allen W C. .sht-rilT. 

I'.iikt r .lohn .P.. ftostinaster. 

Baktr .1 .M, jthvsician. 

Cat lisle "^^' A, blacksmith. 

C.:irr 1 f. drv prood.s. 

CeiiM-al I>anr! Co (C A, T A and Alex 
I "inkerton). 

^'tiai!;l)of.s I'Z A, coal and trrain. 

Cliflo'i M A, feed and fuel. 

Cotrdell Karl, cattle breeder. 

Colli-'r .1 I', restaurant. 

i.'onil.s .-X .1. mnscr Haskell Tel Co. 

v'on.tnereij'.l Hotel. S H Foster propr. 

(.'ourts ,\i Cuile I.J J Counts. ,1 \V Cude). 
co.'i fectif)ners. 

Courtney CU'ori;e E. broom mnfr. 

L)ickensou W" F, restaurant. 

nicks TlfHtre, Rii hard Nolen propr 

Flkins Clyde F. lawyer. 

l-;n>;]isii p. ii. county clerk. 

Farnieis' State ■ Bank (capital $25,000), 
T I., Moiit,a:omer.v pres. R C Mont^otn- 
er\' \ ice- pres. O K r'atterson caslir. 

Fanners' .Supply Co (capital Sl.OOOj. Tl 
^I Sniitn pres, G K Courtn':> sec, J F 
l'o.--e\- ifeas and miliar, grocers. 

Kll)i:i.ri'> .\M) IJF.I'OSIT <■() OF 

Ai Vll\ I,A.\n. Scott & Kev Ag-ls. 

Fi.ld.- W AV .t Son (.T U Fields), grocers. 

Fox House, .1 .S Fo.x propr. 

Flee Press (weekly), Oscar Martin 
publr. 

Getz .V .M. agt ',V V Ry. 

Glasscock !'. A, %vagon yard. 

Grindstafr I .=. drug.s, 

Grissoni Hardj', clrj- goods, 

Gui.-t J ,1, lumber. 

Guest O M, dentist. 

Hafi'i^ard I'ottglass, phvsician. 

Hancock & Co (T H. N'oiinan and Mar- 
vin Hancc-k). dry Roods. 

H;ii(To\v () ."v', bb.ker. 

Haslcell Board of Trade, ,T E Poole sec. 

Haskell l.nintier Co (capital $2o,Ui)0). W 
i; P.razelton jires, W W f'ryor vice- 
pres. .luliK (j Kiissell sec and treas. 

Haskell Nalnmal Bank (carntal JBO.OOrt), 
-Mrs M S Pier-^-on i>ri.'S, (J K Couch and 
S \y Scott vice-pres, G E Langford 
ca s h r. 



Haskell Power Co (capital SSS.OOO), F M 
Morton pres. .1 S Boone vice-pres, G H 
Couch sec and treas, ligiit, ice and 
bottling works. 

Haskell Telephone Co (capital $100,000), 
F Jl Morton pres. A J Combs vice- 
pres and j:enl ningr, G R Couch sec 
and treas. 

Hotel Haskell, John Patterson propr. 

Hunt Bros (Courtne>' and C M), dry 
.goods. 

In::ral G F, furniture. 

.lohnson Henry, real estate and ins. 

Jones, (.'ox & Co (J F Jones, Burwell 
Cox, T B Russell), hardware, turn and 
undertakers. 

.Fonos H U, lawver. 

Keister J S & Co (J S Keister, E B 
Griffin). 

Kimbrough "W A. physician. 

King D M, agt Adams F..xp Co, 

Kinnard .lames P, lawyer. 

Kline Gavlord, county attorney, 

Kolb O F, laundrv. 

I.an.gford G E, cushr Haskell Natl Bank. 

Lewis C L, mngr ^\' U Tel Co, 

Long C D, insitrance. 

McConnell H G. lawyer and Ins, 

McGuire G B, la,-v%->-er, 

McNeill & Smith Hardware Co (cai>ital 
$25,000), :vi McXeill pres, G A Hicks 
vice-pres, PI M Smith sec and treas. 

Marr Wm. drugs. 

Martin Oscar, publr Free Press, 

JIarvin E E, garage, 
■enefee l-^mory, county treas 

Morris E M, county surveyor, 

Murchison W H, lawyer. 

Norman O B, iiaiiits and wall paper. 

Odom James A, physician. 

Parsons W H, notions. 

I'atterson O E, cashr Farmers' State 
Bank. 

Payne Ross, tailor. 

Roliertson Bros Co (John and Robert 
Robertson), grocers and dry goods. 

'haulers Fred, cotton gm 

Sanders & Wilson (P D Sanders, H S 
Wilson I lawyers and abstracts. 

Scott S AV, cattle breeder, 

SherriU lirns .'i Co (C R and R E Sher- 
rill ». hardware. 

Sherrill iUevat.jr Co (R E Sherrill). 

Simmons K L>. livery. 

SI>IS it IIAUUIS (T T SLiiLs, JeN.se and 
E W Harris), Fuel and Feed. (See 
adv bclo\^'.) 



3! m3<& Harris 

WE SELL 

Coal, Flour, T^eal, Grain, 
Bran and Kay 

We Make CHOPS, tlie b;it in West Texas 
MASKEUU. TEXAS 



Smith A .T, countj' judge. 

SnMtl: J 1). denti.-t. 

Spencer R B & Co (Waco), John A Couch 
mngr. lumber. 

Spencer iV; Itichardson CU" E Spencer, B 
,T Richardson), dru.gs. 

Sprowls Milton, tailor. 

Starr W H. garage. 

Tarbet ,J A\', county assessor. 

Taylor Lafayette F, physician. 

'I'liomaton *.^ La\\'ley (E P Thomason, 
J T Lawieyi, grocers. 

^Vailing J v.. county tax collector. 

\\ ea',er, J F, livery. 

Western Cotton oil & Gin Co (Gran- 
bury). Karl Cogdell mngr. 

Whitcker E M, real estate. 

Wl-atrnan .1 M, harness. 

Williams T C, cotinty supt of schools, 

Willian'S T G, real estate and ins. 

Wright House, Mrs Theodore E Wrisht 
propr. 

H A.SL.KT. 

Population 50. On the G., C * S. F' 
Ry., in Tarrant county, Ifi miles from 
Fort \\nrtl!, the county Seat and bank- 
ing point, Ex^i,, W,, F. *i Co. Tele- 
ptione connection. Chas. Malonej*, post- 
man ^er. 

Hnrgess W W, cotton gin. 
('ook W H, harnessnikr. 



I-'ay T J, grocer. 

Gaminill Bros, general store. 

Harding B F, hotel. 

Knox .1 H. blacksmitli, 

MAI.OVKl CH.VIIU'.S. I>a>>tiu«.ster. 

M;,iiOiiey .1 C. r r and exp agt. 

H.VSSIi. 

Population 250. On tiie Ft. W. & R. G. 
R. K., in Comanche ciiunty, 8 miles 
northeast of Comanche, the county seat 



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Has a bank. Tel., 

Telephone connection, \V. A. Hunt, poet- 
master. 

Carter J W, grocer and confr. 

Cotton P A, blacksiniti'.. 

Davenport O ii. jjhj-.-'ician. 

I^rennan R B. drugs. 

Eargle ^^■ H. physician. 

Farmers' Uniou Clearing House, general 
store. 

Gamblin E S, blacksmith. 

Gray R W Co, general stoie 

Hasse Farmers' .Gin Co, cotton gin. 

Hasse Lumber Co. 

lIli.N'r A\ M .V, Telephuue I^xebnuee and 
Postmaster. 

Kight H L, cotton gin. 

Ladd H H, general store. 

Mercliants' i*^ i'lanters" Bank i-capital 
$10,000), F -V Williford pres. J C Har- 
din cashr. 

Peeples E M, patent medicines 

Powers F M, retitr and conf i . 

Stewart H L, general store. 

Wagner Wallace, dry goods and grocer. 



HATCniCL. 

Population 50. ijn the A. i- S. Ry , 
in Runnels county. 8 miles north of Bal- 
linger, tlie countv seat ajid lianking 
point. Tel., W. L".; ICxp.. W.. F. i Co. 
Blasdell J "W. physician. 
Dahlgren O PI. general store, 
.Maddox J P. cattle breeder. 
Miller C S, lumber. 

Moore 'F F, hardware and blacksmith. 
Rupe Thomas .V, drugs. 
Sides R Ij, general store. 

HAAVKf.\S. 

Population l.'.O. on the T. & P. Ry.. 
iti At'ood cotinty, 27 miles southeast of 
(Quitman, the ct»urit\' seat. Has a bank 
Tel., W. U. ; Fxp., W., F. ><: Co. TeW- 
phone connection. 
.\danis R C, physician. 
.■Mien B F, general store a;id druGs. 
B.ilfour D jr, gr(ieer. 
Bryan L A, wliol lumber. 
Cobb .T H (estatt-t, general store. 
Cook A B, sav>- mill. 
Culpe]»t'ei' J A, I'estr and meats. 
L)avis Bi'os. lumber 
I'lIlST STATE IIVNK K'liiiitnl SlO.ftOOl. 

.T W .Smart Pre,^. .M E Smart Cashr. 
P^itts R E, general store. 
Fouke G W Lumber Co. 
Fowler & Holm<-s gent;ral store. 
Gilliam i.^c Robbins, general store. 
Ha\^'kins Commercial Ciub. 
Minick H, meats. 
Parish & Pritchard, drugs. 
Reese li H &: Sons Co, getieral store. 
Thorn-Page Co, general store. 



H.(l\VLKV. 

I'opulatlon 2uu. On the W, V. R. R., 
in Jones county, 11 miles from Anson, 
the county scat. Has a bank. Tel., W 
P.; PJxri., Adams. Telephone connection. 
J. T. Blackburn, postmaster. 
.\dcock Y F, grocer. 
lll/.\CKmK\ J T, I-ONtmaiotcr. 
Blaokwell R J, drugs. 
Brazos River Irrigation Co. 
I^lyburn, Kirlwell i*i Co, gen.-ral store, 
l.iocker.v .1 F, blacksmith. 
P'irst iSational Bank (capital ^2o,0i)0). 

H Jan^es pres. p: W Kirlwell cashr. 
Hawlty Hardwiire Co. 
Ha^vley Ijumbcr Co. 

Hawlty Mercantile Co, general store 
Hotel Morning, Mrs G IJockerv projir. 
Howard G G, poultry shipper, 

exp agt. 
Howard S H, peapnt buyer. 
Scott W J, black.-mith. 
Scnstrunk W H. general store (R D) 
Shannon Cli.arles, livery. 



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BMOWN-FITZFATIIICK CO.. 

THE PROGRESSIVE PAINT CO. 

Wholesale and Bctnil Dealers in Paiu^ Wall Paper and Wiudow Glass. HOLSTON. TEX.iS 

SEE ADA'. IN HOUSTON SECTION 



SAN ANTONIO LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

. SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS 
Ji Texas Institution For Texas "People! 



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TEXAS GAZETTEER 



Heidenheimer 



513 



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Stephens Georgre 

grocer. 
Tarver Camp, general store (R I>) 
Veale E L Telephone Co. 



II.VAVTHOItNK.. 

Population 25. In W jilki-r county. 25 
miles southeast of Himt.sviUe, the coun- 
ty seat, and ti'yj from New Waverly, 
Its banking and .shipiiin.i; [loint. Mail 
daily. J. L. GustiUf. postmaster. 
GUST1.\I3 J I^, Posfmnster. 
Hardy, Byrd ^: Co, general .store. 
Hardy Gin Co. 
Hawthorne Drug Co. 



H VYFI.AT. 

A discontinued postoltlce in Loving 
county. Send mail to Kermit. 

H.VY.HOXn. 

A county postoflice on the G.j TI. & S. 
A. Ry., in Brewster county, i,--. miles 
southeast of Alpine, the county seat, 
and 45 from Sanderson, the nearest 
banking point. Exp., W.. F. & Co. Tele- 
phone connection. 
Pierson N O, cattle breeder. 



H.WUICIC. 

A country postofflce in Cotce county. 
77 miles east of Robert Uee. the county 
seat, 6 miles from Fort Chadbourne. the 
nearest shipping point and 3 01,2 from 
Bronte, tlio nearest banl-sins point. Tel- 
tjilione connection. .J. -A. Waldrop, post- 
master. 



HA/.EI.. 

Population 4U. On tl!e H.. :•:. .t W. T. 
Ry,, in Montgomery county, 'I'l miles 
from Conroe, the county seat, and i 
from Humble, the nearest baulking point. 
A. K. Oakley, postmaster. 
OAKLEV S H tt CO, (iri.st .1Iill, Kiccl- 

sior Mnfrs and Livestock Breeders. 

iiEAi-n. 

A country postoflice in Wheeler coun- 
ty, 8 miles northeast of McLean, the 
nearest banking and sliipping point, and 
15 southwest of Wheeler, tlie county 
seat. 



HEAnNR. 

Population 2,400. On the H. & T. C, 
the I. & G. X. and tlie H. & B. V. Rys.. 
in Itobertson county. \Z niiles west of 
Franklin, the county seat, and ll'J north 
of Houston, Has Baptist, CatlioHc, ICpis- 
copal, Methodist Kpiscopal South and 
Presbyterian churches. \\'ater works, - 
electric light iilants. J banks, ice plant. 
cotton compress, and a \\-eekl>' news- 
paper, Tiic Mearne I>emocrat. Is divi- 
sion lieadquarters for tlie H. & T. C. Ry.. 
and its repair shops are located here. 
Tel.. W. v.: Exp.. W., P. .It Co. Tele- 
phone connection. C. J. Hostrasser, 
postmaster. 

Alexandei' S .1. physician. 
Allen R A & Son (R A and R C), hard- 
wave. 
Allen W C & Co (W C Allen), dry goods 

and clothing. 
Armour & Co (Chicago), G D Broyles 

mngr, whol meats. 
Banks G H, blacksmith. 
Beverley W P. bottler. 
Black J W. pliysician. 
Brady P L, mayor. 
Brady P I> jr, grocer. 
Brown News c>i Hotel Co, X P Lev.'is 

mngr. 
Cain W H, dentist. 
Camardo N, grist mill. 
Cohen Morris, grocer. 
Cole R K, grocer. 
Crenan AVm, mt-ats. 
Cummings H W, physician. 
Davison & Smith (\V H Davison 

Smith), dry goods and clothing 
Dickey W G, clothes cleaner. 
Dillard & Co (C L DiUard), turn and 

grocers. 
Duncan C W, dentist. 

Ely. W H & Bro < W H and H A), meats. 
Ferney J H, confectioner. 
Fir.st National Bank (capital ?50,000), 

W P Ferguson pres, Wm Crenan vice- 

pres,'W T Smith castir. 



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Glass K il. dentist. 

Gowen & Crocker ( \V A Oowen. E S 

Crocker), real estate and ins. 
Gray Hotel. J F Gray propr. 
Green J V,'. agt H (Ji V. V Ry. 
Hapiiy Hour Theatre, .1 W Pinkerton 

mngr. 
Hail G, grocer. 
Haziett iJrug Co (capital $5,000), B 

Eldridge pres. M S Harnett vice-pres. 

F L Crunt sec and tre.ts. 
Hearne Democrat The (weekly). J Fel- 

ton Lane publr. 
Hearne Gin Co (P L Bradv). 
Hearne Ice Ik Cold Storage Co, R C 

Allen inngl-. 
Hearne Liglit & Power Co. R C Allen 

mngr. 
Hoarne ?.Iercantile Co (capital $20,000). 

H V> Easterwood pres, C V Easterwood 

vice pres, V H Easterwood sec and 

treas, general store. 
Hearne Water & Light Plant. H D Beau- 
mont supt. 
Hostrasser C J, postma.= ter. 
Industrial Cotton Oil Co (Houston), Fred 

Klopp mngr. 
Jones J H, agt H & T C Ry. 
Jones S, livery. 

Junction House. S Y. Kenner propr. 
I...\.\K J FI-;LT0\. Lawyer lllld Puhlr The 

Hearne Democrat. 
L.iter Charles, grocer and baker. 
Levine I, dry goods. 
Lewis-Schultz Hardware Co (W B 

Le^^■is), hardware, furniture and under- 

talvers. 
Liles Bros (H il and J -M), drugs. 
Lipschitz S. dry goods. 
Lumpkin Walter, mrtse brolier. 
Mc(jee Wni. bll^sniith. 
ilateer W X, vet surgeon. 
.Miller C O, agt I & C- X Ry. 
Milligan A J. phys and drugs. 
Moseley J E. grocer. 
Xational Compress Co, P T Calloway 

supt. 
(^derbolz G S, notions. 
(Oliver .1 T. jeweler. 
Oriental Hotel, Mrs .\ Curv j.ropr. 
Planters' Cotton Oil Co. I,. (J Smith mngr. 
Planters' iVc Merchants' State Bank (cap- 
ital 525.000). H W Cuiuinings pres, W 

G Curry pres, R D "Wray vice pres, J G 

Philen cashr. 
Reld J S. physician. 
ltoi)pollo Tonv, grocer. 
Koseiistein .\ & Co (iirs A S Jl and H A 

ilosenst'.-in), tir.v guods. 
Silverman Alex, confectioner. 
Smith P & J. milliners. 
Southwestern Tel & Tel Co. R L Talley 

mngr. 
Taylor-Haigler Grain Co (C 11 Taylor, 

.1 M Haigler). 
Teeling Jolin. general store. 
Te.,!ing Phil, clothing. 
\'i\'ianu Jolm, grocer. 
Wilkerson Bi'os (Albert W and Warren 

-V), lumber. 
Wilson W S, gioeer. 
Wolf & Morris ( W X ^\'olf, E J Morris), 

contractors. 
Wray R D & Co (R D Wray), dry goods. 



i'ena S P & Co. grocers and hdwe. 
Reed J J', cattle lireed.-r. 
Saunders Bros, cattle* ln-eeders. 
Stromal! D, C, cattle breeder. 
Thompson Oscar, cattle i)reeder. 
Yaeger H C, cattle breeder. 

HEUHON'. 

Population 200. On the Frisco Lines, 
in Denton count>'. 25 miles from I^e^nton, 
the county seat. Has - cotton gins, wa- 



HEnRIlOWII.I.E. 

Population 400. On the T. il. X. Ry., in 
Jim Hogg county, of wliich it is tlie 
county seat, 47 miles southwest of San 
Diego, the nearest banking point. Tele- 
phone connection. 
Acevedo Jesus, di'ugs. 
Armstrong E L, cattle breeder, 
Atkins & Jones, cattle breeders. 
Cuellar Cosme &. Co. geni stoiv. 
Edds Henry, lumber, hdwe anrl 

breeder. 
Edds Sc Tiiompson, cattle breeders. 
Garcia S E, grocer and dry goods, 
Garza Jose A, grocer and livery. 
Guerra F B, cattle bi>;.:der, 
Gutierrez F & (_'o, geul store. 
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ital ?25.ri(rO), H r, Jaeger Pres. 
Briscoe (^asliier, 
Hellen C "W, cattle breeder. 
Herrera E. grocer. 
ilcCampbell R H, cotton gin and cattle 

breeder. 
Martinez Ascension &c Son. cattle breed- 
ers, 
^lont.alvo Eustacio, cattle breeder. 
F''.iia. -Varcisit. geni stor-r. 



ter works and a bank. Ex))., U. S. Tele- 
plione connection. J. F. Solomon, post- 
master. 

.Allen Sz Isom, cattle feeders. 
Burros Jtill & Elevator Co, grain. 
Everett R M. water works. 
Everett ife Harpool, genera.l store, grain 

and cotton buj'ers. 
Farmers' Gin Co, cotton gin. 
Furneaux Bros, cattle feeders, 
(rrinin Tvl T. grain and cotton buyer. 
Halbert J L. r r and exp agt. 
Hebron State Bank (capital $10,onO), W 

C P'urneaux pres, B B Allen cashr. 
Jan^.es D E. pliysician. 
•Morgan J H Jr. cattle feeder. 
Piano Cotton Oil Co. cotton gin, 
i^orter N S. blacksmith antt machinist. 
.Skinner J E. general store. 
SOLOMON IlilOS. DriiKKists ami Tele- 

piione l^xchange. 
Thomas Bros, meats. 

HEi>i,i;v. 

Population 60O. On the Ft. AV. >,>i D. C. 
R>'.. in Donlej' count:.', 14 miles from 
Clarendon, the county seat. Settled 1906. 
Has Baptist, Christian and Methodist 
chuiches, 2 banks and a newspajier. Tel., 
W. U. Exp., Adams. Telephone connec- 
tion. James H. Richey, postmaster. 
.\dams R B, r r. exp and tel agt. 
Vlliright D B, drugs. 
Bain & McCarroll. general store. 
Bozeman .1 JI. blacksmith. 
Cloninger & Miliier, restaurant. 
Crow John, meats. 
Dunn Ij A,, confectioner. 
First State Bank (capital ijEO.OOO). w T 

White pies. G A Wimherly cashr, 
("tammon W W, hotel. 
(Juaranty State Bank (capital ?13.000), 

J G McDougal pres, T T Harrison cashr. 
Hedley Commercial '"luli. J T McHan 

sec. 
He.Hey Drug Co. 

ilodle.v Hardware i^- Imidcmeiit Co. 
Hedley Informer (weekly), J C Weiis 

publr. 
Hornsby X M, lumber innfr and grist mill. 
Johnson (' E, telepiiom,- exchange. 
Kendall Cash. bla.cl\siiiith, 
Kendall & Gammon, lianiess. 
Kinzey H L. grain and live stock. 
Lively T C Co. grocers. 
McDougal J G, coal. 
Miller A, L. liver\'. 
Moreman B W, cotton gin. 
Morenia.n T R, hard\vare. 
-Vippert AV. hotel. 
Rhodes J M & Co. general store. 
HICKIIV JA.ME.S 11. I'o.stmuKter. 
Smith Cicero Lumber Co. 
■"Veils J C, publr Hedley Informer. 
Wooldridge J C, lumber. 



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Poinilation S. in Waller county. PS 
miles from Hempstead, the county seat. 6 
from Hockle.v. the nearest siiiiiping point, 
and 8 from Waller, the nearest b.anking 
point. Telephone connection. J. ■\^^ 
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PAfiE JOlf.V W, Geutrnl Store uikI Live 

Stock Breeder. 



HEIHEXIII-.I-IIEH. 

Population 200, On ttie G., C. .1 S. F. 
Ry., in Bell county. 10 miles from Belton, 
the county seat. Has i;aptist and Meth- 
odist churches and a bonk. Tid., W, P 
Exp., .W'., F. * Co. Teleplione connec- 
ti.un. Wm. A. Stamits, postniiister. 
Bangiiss J B. physician. 
Center .1 E. grocer. 
Cl.ark IT. r i'. exp and tel agt. 
Cowt n J I. blacksmith, 
i-'arnieis' Gin (^o. cot tun gin. 
Green P., blacksmith. 
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n0(i), T If Il.ard pi .s. 1, |- IPard cashr. 



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TE,XAS VARNISH and SPELCIALTY WORKS 

HOUSTON, TEXAS 
Manufacturers of PAINTS jIND VARNISHES 

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514 



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R. L. POLK & GO'S (1914) 



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Johnson & Johnson, groi-ers. 

Keith I^ Q. aTuL-or. 

Mar-shall iV Heartl. cotton gin. 

I'aiictM- H L,. gTOft.r. 

t^niith J S. (Iruij.^. 

Smith AN'in H. plivsician. 

STV.MI-S W.M A. ■■u.stiiinNter. 

Tf-xas Rural Telephone Co. 

Wilder A J. general store. 

HEI.E>A. 

Population 150. In Karnes county. 7 
miles from Karnes City, the county seat, 
hankinsr and shipping- point. Telephone 
eunnection. A. J. Butler, postmaster. 
m TLEU .V J, I'uHtniiiNter 
Helena Gin Co. cotton grin. 
Krell F. blacksmith, 
.^ohuster J R, meats. 
Schuster M F, general store. 
AVinerich & Gregory, general store. 



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New and Up-to-Date Rates per Day. $2.00 

Traveling Men'a Headquarters 

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O. W. Williams, Proprietor 

HEMPSTEAD, TEXAS 



ICKJL.MIC. 

Population 50. In Trinitv countv. on 
the G. L. & T. Ry., 13 U miles north of 
(;roveton. the count>' seat and nearest 
banking point, ilail daily. 
Holcomb H .\. grocei". 
Hii£ches G B. genl store. 
Richardson J R & G \V, genl store. 
Thorne P W. grocer. 
Turner Miiledge. genl store. 



HELOTKS. 

Population TuO. In Bexar county, 
miles northwest of San Antonio, the 
county seat, banking and shippi.ng point 
Telephone connection. G. W. Marnock 
postmaster. 

Boerner E & Son. general store. 
Heilmann Bert, drj- goods and grocer. 
Hofmann Frank, cattle breeder. 
-M.VU.VOt'K (i >V, fnttle and Horse Hrced- 

er. 
Martinez Max, blacksmith. 
Tunerlio Thomas, meats. 
Wood Oscar, live stock dlr. 



HEMPHILL. 

Population 430. On the L... H. & G. Ry.. 
in Sabine county, of which it is the ju- 
dicial seat, 20 miles southeast ot San 
Augustine. Has Baptist and Jlethodist 
churches, a bank and 2 newspapers. Tele- 
phone connection. A. R. Toole, postmas- 
ter. 

Campbell L R, pj'inter. 
FIRST .\.\TIO-NAIi BA.VK (Caiiltal ■^'IT,.- 

0(10). G E. Pratt Pres. A -M Jones Cashr. 
Fuller J S, general store. 
Harri.« W IT, printer. 
Hemr'hill Ijrug Co. 
Hemphill Rei)orter tweekly), W H 

Harris publr. 
Knox Lutnber Co. 
Morris W T & Son. gt-nl store. 
Pratt H &.- Son, genl store. 
Sabine Coujity Citizen (weekly), L R 

Campbell publr. 
Smitit J \\', drugs. 

Smith \\' S Mercantile Co, genl store. 
Toole Mercantile (^'o, genl stoi'e. 
Whitehead J^ Low. confectioner 
Williams S R, hotel. 



HE.MPSTE.\D. 

I*opulation 2,500, the county seat of 
Waller county, is located at the junc- 
tion of the Austin branch and main line 
of the H. & T. C. liy., 51 miles northwefet 
of Houston. The city Is rapidly becom- 
ing famous as the watermelon center 
of the United States, aiiproximately 1000 
car loads are shipped annually from 
this i>oint to northern markets. The 
melons here groun are especially fine 
flavored. Truck farming, berries, pota- 
toes and small fruits Uo exceptionally 
well, all coming in season for the early 
market, corn and cotton are the staple 
crops; also .-onie dairying and live stock 
raising are successfully carried on. 
Hempstead has Methodist. Baptist, Pr.-s- 
byttrian, ICpiscopal. Catholic and Chris- 
tian churches, good jiuljlic schools, 2 
banks, a weekl>' newspaper. The .News, 
2 cotton gins, cotton seed oil mill and 
a ful! comiilement of retail stores. Tel.. 
W. V. Fxp.. W,, F. & Co. Telephone 
connection. 'lerrell O. Taylor, post- 
master. 



Amsler C (estate of), John Amsler mngr, 
genl store. 

.\MSI,ER JOH.X C, rres Knnuerx Na- 
tional Bank and Mngr Hetnpstead Cot- 
ton Oil Mill. 

AMSLER L D, CnMhIer Farmers Nalional 
Bank. 

Bader Bros (Ben and Max), dry goods. 
Barnes F IT. confr. 

Karzak H C, harness. 

Br.'»zos Valley Tel and Tel Co. Thomas 
E Lipscomb mngr. 

Burnett A O. grocer. 

Cathcart A W, mngr Waller County Land 
and Abstract Co and notary. 

Chaoman W W, grocer. 

Citizens State Bank (capital $16,000). L 
L Mahan pres. M .Schwarz vice-pres 
A G Tompkins cashr. 

Dewees Wade H, grocer. 

iJewees & Loggins (A G Dewees, J L 
Loggins). nu-ats. 

I'ixon J D. restaurant. 

Uobbs & DoUard (T F Dobhs. Thomas 
DoUard). grocers. 

Dodd Bros (Harry D. and Thomas A). 
meats. 

Duer Everett, restaurant. 

Fdwards W J «.- Co (.Wm J Edwards), 
repair siiop. 

KUlott .lohn G, notions. 

F.\RMEKS >.\T10.\.VL HANK THE 
(Capital $50.000 1, John C .Vmsler Pres 
George S Osborne Vice-Pres, L D Ams- 
ler (j'ashr, W G Morrison .\sst Cashr 

Farf]uhar Sam. count;.' tax collector. 

Frederick Awald IT. ji-weler. 

Fritsch -Albert, genl store. 

Galewsky Hyman. hai-dware. 

Galewsky ilorris. dr.\' goods and grocer 

Gomez Rosendo. tailor. 

Green M Mrs & Co (Mrs M Green, Maur- 
ice Kcmpe), grocers. 

fJroce J H, agt H & T C Ry. 

Hancock J H, cotton gin. 

H.W.VAV * HANV.W (Itoliert E anil 
Allen B), Lawyers and Notaries I'ulj- 
lic. 

Harvey A J, lawyer. 

Harvey John T>. count>- judge. 

Hempstead Business League, B Sch\^■a^z 
sec. 

Hempstead Cotton Oil Mill, John C 
-Amsler mngr. 

Hempstead News The (weekly), \ T Nor- 
man publr. 

Hotel Rojal. Mrs Mattie I*eck propr. 

House Homer H. livery and undertaker. 

HotiX Jolin F, real estate. 

Kelly T -A. county supt schools. 

Keilberg M -\. meats. 

Kempe Maurice. iihotograi>her 

KH.I>.\TRICK R L, General lllackMnilth 
and Horseshoer. 

Kitclien Charles, restaurant. 

Le Grand C W, jiliysician. 

Lipscomb A G. lawyer. 

Lipscomb Thomas li, mngr P.iazos Valley 
Tel and Tel Co. 

Loggins .f T. grocer. 

-McDade Keet, lawyer and abstracts. 

.McDade Robert, county clerk. 

.Mahan L L, physician. 

Mahan Sess Mrs. mrigr Southwestern Tel 
and Tel Co. 

Miller H T. tinner. 

.Mistrot's .Store. R C Hill mngr. dry goods 

.Moore 1^ M, county survevor. 

.>I(>URI.S<)N \V C, -V.snt Canblrr Farmers 
National Bank. 

Moser Wtn F. jeweler. 

-Norman Arthur T. publr The Hempstead 
Neus. 

.Norwood John, horse breeder. 

(>.SB(»I«\E <;EOU<il-: S, VIoo-Pres I'arm- 
ers National Bank and .\gl W F & Co 
K.xr.. 

Parks (-"leo Mrs, restaurant 



Pet;k S K. drugs. 

Perez Pablo. rest.\urant. 

Perry J J, sheriff. 

Pommier Jules, tailor. 

Bice I, D. contractor. 

Hice W F, blksmith. 

Kicker Itobert, contractor. 

Kobb Louisa, grocer 

P.obinson Mack S, drj- goods and cloth- 
ing. 

.Sanders L Bradford, ilrugs. 

•Schindler W H, cotton gin 

.Schwarz Marks, hardware and lumber. 

Schwarz Sam. undertaker. 

Schwarz .V .Son ( Benno and Harry D). 
dry goods and furniture. 

Searcy (J A, physician. 

Simon Ben A. dry goods and clothing. 

Simon Hyman, dry goods and clothing. 

Smith C F Mrs. grocer. 

Smith John H, fish. 

Southwestern Tel and Tel Co. Mrs SeS-i 
Mahan mngr. 

SI'OERLE tiOTTI.On, Flr.»t tlaan Itlaek- 
smith and Wheelw rigitt, Macliine and 
\\'ood Work, Satisfaction Guarante.Ni 

Stein Isaac, dry goods and clothing 

Taylor .Andrew S. tailor. 

Taylor Terrell O. postmaster. 

Taylor & Kno.x (J E Taylor. Joe Knox), 
grocers. 

Thompson Bell F. grocer. 

Thompson T F i>i Son iThoma.- F and 
Alexander), livery and undertakers 

Tompkins R E. county attorijej' and ab- 
stracter. 

Umland C H, county assessor. 

Urban Royal R. cotton buver. 

\V.\LLER COUNTV LA.NH VNU AB- 
STRACT CO, -A AV Catlicart Mngr 

■^Vard W H, mngr W U Tel Co. 

A\'egnon W E Mrs. i-'-staurant. 

Wier Clarence H. genl store. 

Wilding August, .-hoes. 

Williams Edward, tailor. 

WiUiams J T. contra nor. 

WILLIA.MS OSC VR ^V, Propr .V C T 
Hotel (See adv). 

\\'oehl Loui.T, grocer and baker. 

Wood Otto, cotton gin. 

Word Luke, restauiant. 

Young -Arell E, grocer. 




The _ 

County News. Tel., AV. U. Exi 

& Co. Telephone connection 

Smith, postmaster. 

Arnold J v.. real estjte. 

.Arnold .1 R, law>'er. 

ARNOLD T J (Siroiiis A: .tniiildl. Lawyer 
(See adv in I^egal lilue Book Dept). 

Barrett Kennan, photographer. 

Beard J 1>. drayage. 

Braclifield C L. lawyer. 

Brooks A W. county surveyor. 

Brou n R T. lawyer. 

Buford W W. cattle breeder. 

Burton &. Crim (L T Burton, Ai-rington 
Crini), harness. 

Cameron J L. drugs 

(iamp W T, notions. 

Central Hotel, S F AVhitson propr. 

Cook Denny, livery. 

Cover & Kayford (F .A Cover. C G Ray- 
ford), grocers. 

Culp J S xJt Son (J S and Horace), 
tiers. 

Dodson Ella, milliner. 

pvUdel Jacob, genl store. 

Evans L H, lumber mnfrs. 

Falvey J C, phy.sician. 

Farmers Union Suppl\' Co 
000), F A Bridges pres, 
sec. general store 

FartTiers and -Merchants 



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(capital $S.- 
J H Gibson 

.National Bank 



FartTiers and -Merchants .National Bank 

(capital $25,000), J r: Norvell pros, P. 

Kattgera vice-pres. A E Graham cashr 
First National Bank (capital $50,000). J 

C Mickey pres. J .M .Mays vice-pres, K 

V Crim casltr. 
Fowler L M. insurance. 
Freeze If J. genl store. 
Futch & TIpps (W M Futch. J M TIpps). 

lawyers. 
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Gray James W, county atioiiiey. 

Grlfiin H L., (arm implts. 

Hale J -N'. sheriff. 

Hardy C R. county a.'sessor. 

Harris D K. publr Rusk Coiintv . News. 

Henderson Cotton Oil and Gin Co. O E 

Morris mngr. 
Hender.<ou Telephone Co. 

propr. 
Henderson Times (weekly) 

publr, 
HIGHTOWKR DIIIG CO (Cn|>l(nl 

000), J IC Hishto-wer I're.-s, J .1 

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Hightower R H. county trcas. 

Hubbard E W. cotton jrin. 

Hurt G C, agt T and H Ry. 

Jay C A, county supt o( schools. 

Jones J M, county clerk. 

Kangerga M & Bro (Rade and Milly), 
general store. 

Lacy Hardware Co. G AV Rogers mngr. 

McDavid J W. county jud.tje. 

McKay A. dentist. 

March & Norvell ;D W March, J E Nor- 
vell). dry goods. 

Marvell M II, dry goods. 

Mason A E, mngr \V U Tel Co. 

Mayfield-Alford Co (capital $40,000), E 
B Alford pres, J R .\l£ord sec, genl 
store. 

Mays & Harris (J M Mays, Homer Har 
ris, W AV Griffin), senl store. 

Mooley J H, blacksmith. 

Norvell Thomas, grocer. 

Oberthier E C, harnes.'-'. 

Parker R O. agt \\ F & Co Kxp. 

Patterson A K & Son (A ]•: and J L), 
whol grocers. 

Ramsey S L, publr Henderson Times. 

Rankin W C, tinner. 

Rayford R V, furniture. 

Redwine Ras. jeAveler. 

Keed & Forman i \V Z Reed. R T For- 
man), mens furnishin.gs. 

Reese J H, lunilier. 

Rettig C W, cotton gin. 

Richardson D P, physician. 

Richardson R M, dairy. 

Rogers C X, meats. 

RoUen J I, restaurant. 

Rusk County Lumber Co, G W Rogers 
mngr. 

Rusk County News (weekly), D R Har- 
ris publr. 

Sadler J G, physician. 

Slaughter T E. notions. 

Smith G W Ij. j.ostmaster. 

S.ohailer F U, live stock. 

Starr-Mayfield Co. C B iIcI..emore mngr, 
whol grocers. 

State Guaranty Bank and Trust Co (cap- 
ital fuO.OOO). E T: .Mford |.r.-s, I P Win- 
die vice-pres. Hall W'oo'l cashr. 

STRO-VG M' C (.stroiiii >V Ainnlill, I,inv- 
yer (See adv in Legal lilue Book 
Dept.) 

Sl'IlO.VG & .\K\OI,l> l\V C Stron)?, T J 
Arnold), Attorneys and Counsellors at 
Lav. (See adv in Legal Blue Book 
Dept.) 

Stroud A D, physician. 

Tate W AV, garagi-. 

Teller C C, hardware. 

Turner Roger, hardware and furniture. 

Vise & Green (J B \'ise, S C Green) 
livery. 

Ward & Lawson (.M E Ward. J A Law 
son), restaurant. 

■W'atkins J E, plnsioian. 

Welch W H, dentist. 

V/hite W P. pliysician. 

AVilliams Julius, gt-ni store. 

"Wood G E, county tax collector. 

Wright GuK, grocer. 

\\'right Josie, milliner. 

Yandel R P. tailor. 

Young F "H, drugs. 

Young J W, live stock. 



iII::M,\. 

A rural postoftiee in f-Iays count 
miles from San Marcos, tne county 
35 from .Vustin. the nearest shir 
point, anil 1" from Blanco. t!ie ne 
banking point. Telephone connet 
Mail, daily. O. H. Oldham, posima 
McCartv W A. genl store. 
()Iil)HV>I O II. Gciicrnl Store. 
Reed M L it Son. general store, 



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PoiHilntion ".oOO. The judicial seat of 
Clay countv. is located on the Ft. U". \- 
n. C. the -M K, ,<c T. and the H. .t S. W 
R. Hs.. \"o miles northwist of Fort 
^\'ovIh. H.1S PInptist. Catholic. Christian, 
Cumberland r*resb.\"terian, l-^vangelical, 
Metiiodist a)id Presbyterian churches. 2 
hanks. ;', cotton gins, oil mill. Hour mill, 
;riain elevators, etc. Two weekly 
newspapers. The Henrietta Independent 
and The Peoples Review are ].>ublished. 
Tel.. AV. U. Exp.. Adams and Am. Tel- 
phone connection. T. F. Berner, post- 
master. 
.-Idams Cash Store. G W Echols mngr, 

ilry goods. 
-■Alcorn James F. dry goods. 
.-Mien Henry .\. lawyer. 
Allison J .A. ijhysician. 
Bagwell Theodoi-e A, contractor. 
Barber L J & Co (Lemuel J and Carroll 

Barber), hardware. 
Bear Herbert L, hardware. 
Boddy H. cattle breeder. 
Brightwell Samuel L. gi'ocej'. 
Brown C K. agt Ft A\' and D C Ry. 
Brummett James R. real estate. 
Calhoun James, physiciar.. 
Carrow Bros, cattle breeder. 
Carter E C & Co (Ernest C Carter). 

drugs. 
Chestnut Jesse C. lawyer. 
Chilson Wm H. real estate. 
CI..VV COV.VTV AH.*^TR.VCT 

Patterson Mngr. 
Clay County Cotton Oil Co. Robert G 

"U'alton mngr. 
Coleman Cyrus, publr Henrietta Inde- 
pendent. 
Conn John F, real estate. 
Cook T J. cattle breeder. 
Cook & Son (Harvey W and Frank W), 

bus line. 
Cowles Edward J. iih>'sician, 
Cunningliam (jleorge. meats. 
L>avi!=son A\'m H. undertaker. 
Itawson Chailes, biksmith. 
Dawson C L. biksmith 
DeMauri M A *:• Bro i .M A and John A), 

bakers. 
niPKKV .KIII\ l», rropr Imperlnl Hotel. 
Donley J J i>i.- Co iJolin J, Frank and 

Frederick Donley i, grocers, 
Eaton .Marion .\. plumber. 
Eduards Wm H. laiblr The Peo|iles Re- 
view, 
Edwai'ds tS: l-:dwards. <-attle breeders. 
Ellis G S .t (,'o (George .S roilisi, drugs. 
Featherston AX' H. caltU' breeder. 
Feris .Tames H. pin"siv-ian. 
FllJKLITV \\n UI'.i'OMT CO OI* .1I.\IIY 

I..\M). W I; Corli-Lt c!i: Co .Agls. 
Flannigan < '. Idksmith. 
Frazar »t r)heim (.lames .\ Frazar, John 

B (.dieim). hardware. 
Frev T\" B. cattle breeder. 
Gosch H C, notions, 
Graliam Eula Mrs. milliner. 
Habei Charles H. dry goods, 
llapgood K X. cattle breeder. 
Harder Peter J, baker. 
Hanagan Bros (James M and Thomas 

C^, produce. 
Hanagan James M, agt Am Exp Co, 
Hembree Gus A, tailor. 
Henrietta Boar(l of Trade. S .A' Seabright 

sec. 
H( nrietta Gin Co, A D Terrill mngr. 
Henrietta Ice Co. ,I(din Watts mngr. 
Henrietta Independent (weekly^, Cyrus 

Coleman publr, 
Henrietta Light aiid I'ower Co, Jpseph 

B Morris proi)r, 
Henry James, poultry breeder. 
Henry James & Son (James and Frank), 

grain. 
Hill & Son (Phillip M and James), gar- 
age. 
Howard Thomas K, drugs. 
Hugglns J L. cattle breeder. 



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I'ropr. 
Ingram Q "B. Sc Son (Charles R and 

Charles R Jr), laundry. 
Jackson George A. grain. 
Jarrett Otis 1, agt -M R & T Ry. 
Jasper G C. agt Adams Exp Co. 
Kelle.v Bros (Lutlur A and Lon C), dry 

goods and clothintr. 
Leath «.- Miller (Wm E Leath, Max Mil- 
ler), harjiess. 
LeVjus Jacob. Idksmith. 
Lyon-Gray Lumber Co (Slierman), Wm 

C Gibson mngr. 
Mcl'onald Charles B. livery. 
Mt:lvi)iney iV: Eevei-inc (Claude G Mc- 

Kinney. Fia!)k P- P.:veriitg), garage. 
MeTa.xlor George, restaurant. 
Marl)er)'\" Jtdin AN', (lour mill. 
Merchants and Planters IJank (cai^ital 

$.1.5.000), T H Marbeiry ores. J J Low- 

ery vice-pres, Claud K B)Own cashr. 
Miller Andre P. notions. 
Myers George S. poultT'\' breeder. 
Myers AV H. cattle breedei'. 
Neville Frank V. fi'.rnituie. 
Norman James P. cont)-actor. 
Oheim H .t Co (Heni-\- (;)heiin), grocers. 
Peoples Review The (weekly), W'n) E 

Edwards publr. 
Raht A W. cattle breeder. 
Roberson .Tesse J. .cirocer. 
Rogers Abbie Z. conti'actor. 
Ross Neal E. dentist. 
Royer Charles R. cigar mnfr. 
St Elmo Hotel. Norman Snearly propr 
Schlasberg :M & Co (Morris Schlasherg). 

genl store. 
Sch\vend Burton P. jeweler. 
Sct)wend John. co))tractor. 
Shamberger Ciiarles D. lumber. 
Slagle R J & Co (Robert J Slagle, James 

H Ferris), drugs and jewelers. 
Smith Robert, tailor. 
Snearly Albert, flour and feed. 
Southwestern Tel and Tel Co. J K Sweet 

mngr. 
Sf|Uires F E .Kr Co (Frederick El Setuires) 

Insurance 
Staggs .Mien B. tailor. 
Steger Lumb;:-r Co (Bonbain), Ernest .V 

Scripture mngi-. 
Stewart E N'. g)ocer 
Stine Pierre M. la\\",ver. 
Suddath AVm F & (..'o (Wn) F Suddath). 

real est and ins, 
Taylor Charles L, furnitui-o, 
Taylor .t Humphrey (Robert E 

Leslie Hu)ni>hre\'), la\\"\"ers. 
Thaxton Bros (Ira T. Luther 

George \\'i. cotton gi:v 
Walker Loma. milliner. 
Walker W B. poultrv hi .'eder. 
Wantland & Parish (W,n Wanthind, Lu- 

cian W Parisli), lawyr-rs. 
Watkins Robert AV. real estate. 
\A W'l'TS GMOI{(;l': \, AHoriiey-at-I.aw. 
\A'ells Lee L. ma)-ble \\'orks. 
White AV W, i.hotograidier. 
Whitmire Jeflerson D. i>hysician. • 
Wood Charles T, restaurant. 
AVorsham Carl -M. cattle breedei', 
Worsham AV B, cattle bi-eeder, 
Worsham W B & Co (W B Worsha]Ti. U 

H Featherston, F B Wyatt. F Stine i 

bankers. 
Yanlis Benjamin F, feed mill. 
Zihlman J L, poultry bleeder. 





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county, 20 miles southwest of Rock- 
springs, the countj' seat, :17 from PraeU- 
eicvillc, the usual bankin.g point, ami 47 
from .Spoiford. the nearest sliicpiug poiru 
.Mail, weekly. 
Henze Leopold Mrs. genl store. 



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Population 2,000, l::i.vation .I.Slo 
Count.v seat of Deaf Smith coiintj 
cated on tlie main line of the .V. T. 
F. Ry., 47 miles soutliwesl of .\.nia 
Hereford is the center of ti)e now f:i 
irrigatefl section. For iiiiP's in evt )• 
rection extend vast acres in an unbr 
plain, with a gradual slope to tl)e si 
east, as if tl)e,v were especially int* 
by nature to be irrigated, beneatl) 
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drilled. 263 feet, was finished in water 
beai'ing' tajid. The water supply i.'= ap- 
pai-eiitl?- Incxhaustiljle and is nature's 
puresi. several wells are pumping dail>' 
from 1000 to 2000 gallons per niinate 
without diminishinfi tlie supply. One 
well can easily irrigate 160 acres. 

N'ature has done a wonderful thins;- for 
this countr>-. ffiveu a soil as fertil as 
the Nile, with vast fields as level as a 
table, and a climate ihat is ideal fur 
plant growth, yet on the surface tlie one 
essential is lacking — moisture — but just 
beneath this surface nature has placed 
a vast inexii.austable sea of pure crys.tal 
water, so that man iisinsr his inj^eiiuity 
may reach down and bring forth tlii.- 
natures grift and cause these semi-nriri 
plains to Itlooni as a garden. Tlie soil 
and cliniate are well adapted to tlie 
srowth of wheat, oats. rye. barley, alfal- 
fa, kaffir, maize and otlier forage crtips, 
melons, fruits, celery and intensilied 
farm ins-. 

ITereford has £?ood schools. Baptist. 
Catliolic, Christian, .Methodist and Pres- 
byterian churches, o bank.s. a weekl>- 
newspaper. The Brand, ?12.T.O(iO court 
house, jtaved streets, electiic lights, wa- 
ter works and sewer system, substantial 
building-s and a full line of up-to-date 
retail stores. Tel.. \V. V. Kxp., '.V.. K. & 
Co. Telephtine connection. Clarence 
ymitli, postmaster. 
.\lfalfa Lumber Co (Kansas City, Mo), T 

i-2 Smith inns-r. 
-Vrtliur (.) P. ruunty tax assessor. 
.Vslibrttok r> F. insurance. 
.\xe .1 F. i>oultr>- breeder, 
liaii-d R \V. sheriff and tax collector. 
Barnett Ralph, tailor. 
T'.iiriiliart ^v Itice, blksmiths. 
Il*am.:; Georerr-. poultrv lireeder. 
B.tis .>..- (.'lark (\V V. Belts, J J Clark). 

^Irugs. 
Black K B & Co (E B Black. O H Thomas) 

furnituie and undertakers. 
HIanchard C. poultry breeder. 
B'.'We F E. vet surf^eon. 
Kradlcv Louis Jtrs, cattle breeder 
Pritain F H. confr. 
Eurkett George, cattle breeder. 
Burton .7 Q. physician, 
(.'aliens J G. genl store. 
Cardwell Bros (James H and Emmett), 

grocers, 
''hurchill C H, meats. 
Cordova Hotel, T H Hines propr. 
Hanieron W" E, count!' attorney. 
I'avidson Roscoe. county treas, 
I lodson .S J. lawyer. 

F:U« .VR!>S-.>IoI)OX.VI.D I.WF.ST.MEX'I' 
r<J IS B Edwards. D L, AlcUonald), Ir- 
rigated Lands, i See adv opp,) 
lOllislon A H A; Son, real estate. 
Fallwell & Son, Win FHllwell mngr, grain 
i'Vi-guson C C. poultry tjreeder. 
IMDKI.ITV ANn l)i:i"«Srl' CO OF M.VUV- 

li-.\M). L .^ Stroud .5,Bent. 
l-'irst National Bank (capital 550.000), W 

.S Higgiris i>res, K B I'osey eashr. 
First State Bank am! Trust Co (capital 
$1110,(1(10 ). S B I-;d wards pres, Heury 
tVilkinson vice-pres. .A. P Murchison 
rashr. 
Freeman E O, notions. 
Fref-tnan J A, dentist. 
t-"unk II H, poultry breder. 
'larrison Bros (J K. C S and G P), hard- 
ware. 
Gitrrison "^' E. poultry breeder. 
Gass D R & Son (David D and Nester E), 
£ienl store. 



GIl.l.lLA.Vn C.VKL,, .Vttorucy iiuil Coiiu- 

sellor at Law. 

Goodloe R L. iioultry breeder. 

Gordon J W, cattle feeder. 

Guffey R G, poultry breeder. 

f>yles .1 K, real estate, 

Harrison E \V. coal aiui graiii. 

Hawkins & Lewis (H H Hawkins, G A 
Lewis). bak.-i"s. 

Heifner T N Mrs. milliner, 

Hereford Brand, .A. C Elliott editor, W T 
Stanberry mngr, 

Hereford Commercial Club, D F Ash- 
tirook sec. 

Hereford Electric I-ight and Power Co. 
F H Oberthier mngr. 

Hertford Hotel. B W Miller proi.r. 

Hereford Lumber Co (Inc), J \\' Hood 
mngr. 

Hereford Water Works (miinicipal). 

Micks J \\', physician. 

Hiiigins George, mule breeder. 

I^odges Charles. T'oultrj' breeder. 

Holman C It. grain elevator. 

Hughes James .\, coal. 

.facobsen J N. blksraith, 

.li^hnson John .V. grocer. 

■ lohnson J li, concrete blocks, 

•lOMSS .V M {SiiKii!* * J<>ii«'«>. Plrc In- 
surance and Xoiary (See atU'i, 

Jones J S. county and district clerk. 

.lones AV C, lawyer. 

Kemp R H (Roswell N M1. C A Skelton 
nin.gr, lumber. 

Kirk Ij V, agt \\' F & Co Kxp. 

Knight Wm ^I. ma\'or. 

Knight .(t Slaton (W JI Knight, Jno P 
Sluton), lawyers. 

Laitdrum L P. nurser\'. 

Lee Charles O, real estate, 

Le Grand G F, piiysician. 

Lovelace R W, mngr Southwestern Tel 
and Tel Co. 

Me(jee C M, photographer, 

.Magnolia Petroleum Co. oils, 

Megert W M, lawyer. 

M\"rick H C, mens furnishings. 

-N'orthern Hotel. Mrs C H Churchill propr 

Xorton-Powelsoii ."saddlery Co (E H Nor- 
ton. Allen I*owt:Json ), 

Norton Reuben, horse breeder. 

Oberthier F H, mngr Hereford Electric- 
Light and I'ower Co. 

Palmer T M Lun-ibcr Co (T M Palmer). 

Phillips AVirt. cattle feeder. 

Pierce Fordyce Oil .\ssn, oils, 

Pittman J H, real estate. 

Price W .A, jilivsieian 

T'urcell P 11 &- Son ( I' R and C Si, liverv. 

Ray W H, jeweler. 

riead E R. r r and te] agt, 

Roloson F T. lawyer. 

Russell W H, lawyer. 

Sain AV L. i>oultry breeder. 

.Shelton H F, poultry breeder. 

Sherk A L, livery. 

Sisk R G, confectioner. 

Smith Clarence, postmaster. 

Smith C R, cattle feeder. 

.Smith G \V. general .«,tore. 

Southwestern Tel & Tel Co. R W Love- 
ace mngr. 

Stanbaugh George A, drv goods. 

Stocking & McLean (Itciy M Stocking, 
John McLean), drugs. 

SLGGS G M (Siiees <fc Jones), Life In- 
surance and Notary. (See adv.) 

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Texas Co Tnc, oils. 

Thompson Jeff 1.1, cattle breeder. 

Turrentine D 15, dentist. 

Valentine Wink, cattle feeder. 

\"ogele N C Mrs, milliner. 

^^'alker J I, hard\v,are. 

W.VLKIOR .V; I'I-;HI\I\S ( J I ^Valk^^, J 

J Perkins), Irrigated Lands. (See 

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Western National Bank (Capital sJO.OOO 
surplus 550,000), (.; A F Parker prc-s, 
J L Smith vice-pres. A J Lipscomb 
cashr. 

Wilson J H. cattle feeder, 

Wilson J L, cattle feeder. 

Witherspoon A'ernon. horse breeder, 

Womhele AV T, cattle feeiier. 

Woodburn E T & Son (Elonzo T and 
Charles P), drugs. 

Wright C. D, lawyer and county judge. 

Wyche J S, poultry breeder. 



HI-'.RMI.F.IGH. 

Population 500. On the R. P ,.<t P and 
the P. & N. T. Rys., in Scurrv rountv, 1.-; 
miles southeast of Sn>-der, t.'ie oountv 
seat. Has a bank and 2 cotton gins 
Exp., W. F, & Co. Telephone c(5nnee- 
tion, E, ■Wellborn, postmaster. 
Beauchamp Bi-os, general store. 
Bibbs T H, cotton gin, 
Blackborn B 1.,, telephone exchange. 
Church Joseph, cattle breeder. 
Coker J R, general store, 
Ely ti Leverelt, general store. 
FIRST STATE B-VMv (Capital SIO.OOO). 

J P Billingsloy Pres, W V,' Echols 

Cashr 
Gentr\' Walter, hardware. 
Hermleigh Gin Co. 

Hermleigh Mercantile Co. general store. 
Higginbotham. Harris i^ Co, lumber. 
ICarnes C, agt W. F, & Co Exp and 

Santa Fe Ry, 
McCall G W, drv goods and grocer. 
Miller W H, agt R S S.- P Ry. 
Mixon M H, furniture. 
Sturdivant J L, drugs. 
Zetzman W M, blksmith. 

HERMOS\. 

Population 50. On the T. & P. Ry.. In 
Reeves count:.', 10 miles from Pecos, the 
county seat and banking point. Tele- 
phone connection, AV. G, Brown, post- 
master. 
IJROWN W C, Prj Goods and Grocer. 

HEWITT. 

Population 250. On the M.. K. .<- T. By.. 

in McT,,ennan count>-. 8 mil--'S from Waco, 

the county seat. lias Baptist and Meth- 
odist Episco[ial Soutlt chiirch'-'s and a 

bank, Exp., Am. Telephone connection. 

S. E. Turner, postmaster. 

Bolger J T, grocer and meats. 

Cooper A\' E. blacksmith. 

First State Bank (capital SICOOO). W D 
Chapman pres. G M French caslir 

Hewitt Telephone E.xchange. 

-McCutchon S P. general sture and pub- 
lic \\*eigher. 

Miller W H, cotton gin, 

Morris F L. r r and exp agt. 

Rhea Bros, real estate, 

Strickland & Cook, cotton gin. 

Tabb T E. phys and diugs. 

Tl RXER .>! .V * SOX, (General Store. 



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T'opulation 125, In .Menard cojnt>-. 17 
miles from Menard, the count>- seat, 
banking and shippin.g pioint, Teleph-onc 
connection. ilabel Montgomerj-, post- 
master. 

Bethel M, cotton gin. 
Hodges .T G, hotel and wagon yard. 
MeCoUum W .A Mrs, telephone e.xchange. 
M(jntL'-omer\' Charles G. poultry breeder. 
.MOXTGOJIEIIV JUXXIE .HRS, General 

Store. 
Northcut A J, general store. 



iiirivs. 

Population 130. On the S, A. & A. P. 
Ry., in Lee county, 25 miles north oi' 
Giddings, the county seat, and 8 from 
Rockdale, the nearest banking point, 
Exp., \V, F. & Co, Telephone connectio.n. 
R. L. Scarlirough, postmaster. 
Rockdale Coal Co, co.-il miners. 
SCARBROICII R LEE, (lencral Store. 

Railroad and Express .-Vgent. 



IIICKSTOX. 

A country postoflice in <?onzales coun- 
t>', 6 miles from Wa<.-Ider. the nearest 
banking .and shiriping point, and 14 
northeast of r;onzab:-s. the cnunt>- seat. 
Mail daily. W. .1. .Adams, postmaster 



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AUAMS M J. (irot-rr. 

GreeQH'oo-l Josepli. cotton gin. 

HICO. 

Population 1,500, On the T. C. Ry. in 

Hamilton county. 23 miles northeast of 

Hamiltun tlif county sta.t and 83 niilt-< 

nortiiwest ot Waco. Prinoir-al industries 

embi'aci" 'jil mill. Hour mill, cnmpross. 

cotton Kiu.-J. electric li^ht and ice plant. 

Has 2 bank.-, a weekly newsjiaper. liie 

News-Itevi.'u , f.aptist. Ciitliolic, Thri.s- 

tian, Holin»-.ss. XlethoJiKt and Presbyter- 
ian churohe.". Tel.. W. V. Kxp.. Am. 

Telephone connection. A. A. Vickury, 

postmaster. 

Alford John R, physician. 

Barbee Edward A, cotton sin. 

Bass W Thomas, draya^e. "' 

Bencini I'h.iiles H i Kurt Worth), J S 
Iiorsey miiijr. cotton oil mill. 

Bird & Cole iV H Bird, J F Cole), real 
estate and insurance. 

Brannon Willis C, restaurant. 

Brown Arthur A, confectioner. 

Burpess r;aniuel M, tailor. 

Burkes John F, draj afre. 

Carl Kdward. baker. 

Carlton G M Bros & Co (capital $100,000), 
G it Carlton pres. t{ N Carlton vice- 
pres. T Carlton sec, J R Carlton treas. 
general store. 

Cole John B, dru^s. 

Cole Mo.-,es A. insurance. 

Collier David T, cotton sin. 

I>riskell R Cleveland, furn and under- 
taker, 

Durham Charles E, physician. 

Kubanks Thomas J, notions. 

Farmers' Union Jlercantile Co (capital 
$8,000), D H Appleby pres. J A Eak- 
ins sec. treas and mn.crr, jreneral store.! 

Farmers' Union Warehouse. George Wil-i 
lis niner I 

First National Bank The (capital $50.-1 
000), G M Carlton pros, R A Horsey 
vice-i)re-^. .T S Moss jr cashr. 1 

Ford Bro.^ i X J Ford), confrs. j 

Foster Arthur E, rneats. 

French Ruby B. grocer. ! 

Fuller Hou.-e. 'VV H Gihbs propr. I 

Gase Sc Co, cnttjc bi-eeders. 

Hall Chnrles M, physician. I 

Hasten HooJ V, tailor. I 

Ha'wes Velpeau, dentist. 

Flico Advance School. Randall Benja- 
min propr. I 

Hico Commercial Club. W Stralev sec. 

Hico Compre.'^s Co fcapital $10,000>, Vl 
F Wieser pres, P Ij Maxwell vice-pres, 
J F "Wie-ser sec-treas. 

Hico Electric I^ifrht & Power Co (capital 
$10,000), V F ■^\ ieser pres, F A Wieser 
sec-treas and mngr. 

Hico Ice & Cold SlurasfO Co fcapital $20,- 
000). V F Wieser pres, H Gleason sec- 
treas and ningr. 



HICO NATION.M- IIAXK (Cupltal SC.O,- 

OllO), Win Connolly I'res, A C Petty 
A'ice-Pre.-;. ^\' P Barnes Casbr. 

Hico Nevvs-Revie^\■ (weekly), Hico 
Printing i?o piiblrs. 

Hico I'rintins Co (capital $8,000), J F' 
Wieser pres G M Carlton vice-pres, W 
Straley sec-treas and mngr, publrs 
News-Revie'iv. 

Hooker "VVm F. plumber. 



Hull :\Iarion 11. deiitlsl. 

Johnson John F, \^■agon yard. 

Jordan-Spencer Co (T J Jordan, R R 
Spencer. C A Foiist), lumber. 

Kirklin "U'm E, ftirniture. 

Linch 'Wilev. restaurant. 

Lusk, Randals & Co (T A Lusk, E H 
Kandals), grocers. 

^J^■nch Columbus L>. hardware. 

Mc.\nnall,\- "U'm, ]aw\er. 

.Mce'ollum Charles H. physician. 

Ma.iestic Theatre, F J \Valderson propr. 

iUuland Hotel, Mrs Lula Stovall propr. 

Moore Albert L, vet surgeon, 

Phillips Charles D, dry goods and crrocer. 

Rodgers J P i: Bro (J P and J C RodgersI 
insurance. 

Ross Win. optician and jeweler. 

Scarborough Du Pose, drii.gs. 

Shafier P'eed and Produce Co (J II Shaf- 
fer). 

Smith-Harris ><L- Co (Dublin), W D Bar- 
ro^v mngr. lumber. 

Smith Hcnr'\'. r r, tel and exp agent. 

Stephens & Wright (J M Stephens. J M 
Wright), machinists. 

Stewart Bros (\\'alter and Emmett), gar- 
age. 

Stovall Joseph 'U', genl store. 

'I'ripiiet Hor;ice E. lawyer 

NN'hite G A. blksmith. 

Wieser James F, Hour mill. 

Wilson John W. liverj'. 

^Visen■lau Rufus F, photographer. 

^^'f•od Fannie, confr. 

Wysong James H, physician. 

HinALtJO. 

Poptilation 700. In Hidalgo county, IS 
miles southwest of Edenburg, the county 
seat and 9 from McAIIen, the nearest 
hanking and shipping [loint. Telephone 
coniifciton, H. F. Dennett, postmaster. 
Cobo Bros, drv goods. 
ni:\\ETT II r, I'o.stmnater. 
Do'jffherty W P, la"vv,\er. 
Garisa Mariano, grocer. 
Gutierez Gerardo, genl store. 
Harrison Charles ^^'. physician. 
Quintanilla Rafael, grocer. 
Ramos Alberto, grocer. , 

Rodriguez M G. genl store. 
Samaiio Manuel, genl store. 

HIGGI.NS. 

Population 1,200. An incorporated 
town on the S. K. Ry. of Texas in Lips- 
comb county. 20 miles southeast of Lips- 
comb, the count;- seat. Ifi.s IJaptist. 
1,'hristian. Methodist and Presbyterian 
ciiurches. high :ind graded schools, 2 
hanks, first-class liotels. 4 grain eleva- 
tors, a flour mill and a weekly newspaper 
The Times. Higgins is the center of a 
tine farming district whicli produces 
wlieat, corn, alfalfa, broom corn, cattle, 
horses, mules, cream and produce. Un- 
improved land may be bought at from 
SI2 to $1.") per acre and improved land 
$20 and up. Tel.. W. U. Exp., W., F. .'i 
i.'o. Telephone connection. A. G. Mitchell, 
postmaster. 

.Vbnev James, horse breeder 
.\dkins & Sewell (JI L Adkins, VT H 

.Sewell). law^-eis. • 

Aldredge Hueh H, physician. 
Alva Roller Mills, W M Collins mngr. 



.\ .) Kelly riinur. 
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.Vrnett Telepllone Cc 

iiiti':mii.<)\ I-: w ii, 

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Cainberu W J. broom corn. 
Chambers it Winsett Bros (J .\ Cham- 
bers. A M and A L Winsett). general 

store. 
Citizens National Bank (capital $25,000 1. 

W H Black pres, T II Black cashr 
Clark W D, tinner. 

Commercial Hotel, D II Harlin.g propr, 
Condon E .M & Co (E M Condon), genl 

store. 
Cook '\' IT, grocer 
Cook ^^"aIter, jeweler. 

Cozart C B (jrain Co, C W Beard mngr. 
Crowell Bros, George M Hamilton mngr, 

grain. 
Cupp S Y, furniture. 
First Xational Bank (capitpt ' •' ' 

II Lockhart pres. P O Boyd cashr. 
Gardiner il E, grocer. 
Gragg & Hale (A L Grapg, W M Hale). 

meats. 
<iray Eli C. la-wyer. 
Gray & Frass Apera House (E C Gray. 

Henry Frass i. 
Guilkey C S, restaurant. 
Gunn B''reeman S. auto livery. 
Hagerman Hiram, restaurant. 
Hale Wm, horse breeder. 
Hall B F, blksmith. 

Harlan J P & Son (J F and J5 L), grocers 
Higgins Commercial Club, "W H Sewell 

sec. 
Higgins Hardware Co i .( F I-atinier, F N 

Carmichael, J N Jlillhollon). 
IIIGGIX.S IIOTKI>, (ieorge It OiveiiM 

I'ropr The Only Cuniniercial Hotel in 

Town. Good Meals. Conifortaiile' Beds, 

Across Street from Depot. 
Higgins Lumber Co, T G Anthonv pres. 

T H Black sec. 
Higgins Mill & Elevator Co. 
IIIGGI.N'S MOWSi, I. U Whaw I'ulilr. 
Hill O J. live stock. 

Hill & Ely (H T W Hill. J M Ely), con- 
tractors. 
Hudson N W, cattle breeder, 
Ilurn Thomas F. hardware. 
Johnson C O, r r, tel and exri agt. 
Kelly A J, mngr Arnett Telerihone Co. 
Kermode John E, baker, 
Kropft' Jacob J. restaurant. 
Mcl'arland J G, blacksmith. 
Madison Martin, blksmith. 
Matthews J T, physician. 
.Mitchell .^ G, postmaster. 
Mil eg J K, drugs. 
Nation G W, well driller. 
Nelson L W, genl store. 
Ov.-enbach & Cox (F T O-svenbach. D M 

Cox), livery. 
Owens George B, propr Higgins Hotel. 
Pastime Theatre, Word Bros proprs. 
Patten J J, genl store. 
Peiigh W F, undertaker, 
Pritchard J S, vet surg.-on. 
R.ay James, cement contractor. 
Roberts Hotel, Otis Rolierts propr. 
Schollenbarger Roy, h.arness and notions. 
Shattuck Clearing House Co, J H Hoh- 

laus mngr, grain 
SIIAW T, I), Pnlilr Hicgiii.s \e«s. 
Southwestern Tel and Tel Co. 
Tomme C A. tailor, 
rowns & Tomme (W C Towns, H J 

Tommei, contractors. 




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HIGH. 

Population 30. On the T. & P. Ry., In 
Lamar county, 11 -'4 miles southwest of 
Paris, the county seat and i from Petty. 
the nearest banking point. Tel.. W. U. 
Exp., W., F. & Co. Telephone connec- 
tion. 

McBath O E, cotton gin. 
Malone J K & Co, genl store. 
Smiley & McBath, genl store. 
White A B, genl store. 



HIGHBAXK. 

Population 200. On the I. & G. N*. Ry.. 
in Falls county, 10 miles from Marlin, 
the county seat and hanking- point. Tel., 
W. U. Exp., T\^, F. & Co. Telephone 
connection. 
Carter S R, grocer. 
Cluch J H, genl store. 
Falsome Joe & Co. irrocers. 
Hudson W H. confr. 
La Barba J & Co, genl store. 
Lorio Frank, grocer. 
Morrison Alfred, giocer and restr. 
Peacock R C. genl store. 
Reagan Mercantile Co. genl store. 
Russo & Ponzio, grocers. 
Stewart J R, restaurant. 

HIGH ISLAND. 

Population 200. On the G. & I. Ry. 
and on East Bay Ba.\'OU in Galveston 
county, 34 miles northeast of Galveston 
the county seat and nearest banking 
point. Telephone connection. 
High. Island Hydraulic Stone Co. 
Ramean John, genl store. 



HIGHTOI*. 

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Fowler 
Brothers 

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HIGHTOWER. 

Population 50. On the G. C. & S. F 
Ry,, in Liberty county. 25 miles from 
Liberty, the county seat and 7 from 
Cleveland, the nearest banking point. 
Tel., W. U. Exp., W., F. & Co. Telephone 
connection. J M Hubert, iiostmaster. 
Blair H E, live stock breeder. 
Fitzgerald E. cotton gin. 
HVIIRRT J M, General !<tore aud FbyMl- 

cian. 
McDonald R B. canning foctory. 
Watson A V, r r, e.xp and tel agt. 



prominent industries are 5 cotton gins, 
cotton milli oil mill. 2 ice factories, 
planing mill, and a modern steam laun- 
dry. There is an electric light plant and 
municipal water works system. This 
city Is the home of the Texas Novelty 
Advertising Co.. whicli was established 
here in 1898. and li.TS gro^\■n to be the 
largest house of its kind in the south- 
west. Its salesmen cover the south and 
west from California to Alabama, and 
far north as Kansas an<l Jlissoiiri. 
There are six l)anking institutions here. 
4 incorporated banks, a private bank and 
a trust company. Three abl>'-edited and 
progressive newspapers, ttie r>ailv Mir- 
ror, " the HiUsboro Mirror i weekly), and 
the HiUsboro Dispatch i woelily). are 
published. The Hillslporo Mirror 'week- 
ly) was established in 1S81, ami the daily 
in 180.T. The.v give emplo>-inent to over 
30 people. Thei'e are 8 i">uhlic schools 
and a private school, the Cuilierson Se- 
lect School. There are 2 Methodist. 2 
Baptist, 2 Presbyterian, an Episcopal, a 
Catholic and 2 Christian churches. The 
principal shipments are cotton, grain 
and live stock. Tel.. W. U. Kxp., AV. F. 
& Co. and Am. Telephone connection. 
John J Cypert, postmaster. 
Abnev John D. lawver. 

ADAM AVM, Fine Tallorlnc. C'leanloE. 
Pressing, Altering and Repairing. All 
Work Made at Home bv Skilled Tail- 
ors. 108 S Waco, Tel S W 210. 
ADAMS GEORGF. R. fres and General 
Mngr Monarch Foundry & Machine Co, 
111 W Franklin. (See adv.) 
Alderson Wm P, blksmith. 
ALDRICH BIROIK K, Sec and Treas 
Aldrich Commission Company and 
Products, Fruits. Etc, 108 W Elm. 
Mngr Western Union Telegraph Co, 
108 W Elm. (See adv.) 
ALDRICH roMMISSIDV COMP.\NY, 

Rush O Aldrich Pres and Genl Mngr. 
Birdie K Aldrich Sec and Ti-eas, Whole- 
sale and Retail Lumber, Mill and Farm 
(See adv below.) 



George D 
vice-pres. 



Bow.rn, 



Bond-Turner Hardware Co. 
Bond pres. W E Wigley 
John (i) Turner sec. 

Bowen & McCartney (Chess 
Philip -McCartney), p.irage. 

Boegenian Albert H. shoes. 

Boyd J Edwin, physician. 

BR.VDLEY JOR G PRINTIXG CO rKat'd 
18!12; Joe G Bradlevi. f'ommercial 
Printers. Quality, Service. Price. 110 
S Covington. 

Bradlev &- Johnson (Joseph H Brad!e.\i, 
Thomas X Johnson), tailors 

BRATCHKR A JIORRISON (John Brat- 
cher, Douglas Jlorrisoni. .-steam C'l.-,in- 
ers and Pre.-sers. Tailors Clothes 
Made to Order. 106 Church. Phones S 
W 75. Ind 3o.S. 

Brian Martin W, physician. 

BRICK LIVKRV ST.VBLE THE. J B 
Brown Proi>r, 119 W Elm. (See adv.) 

Brin Louis, dry goods. 

Brister S "W. grocer. 

Brodsky Charles A. men's furngs. 

Brooks Tani. real '^itate. 

BROWN JOHX B. Propr Tbr Brick I,lv- 
erv Stable, .Single and DouMe r;isrs 
$2.50 and ?3.50 Per Dav. Open Day and 
Night. 119 W Elm. i S<re adv bel'..-.v,i 



rown 

Proprietor 

The Brick LiverylSfable ^< 

Single and Donble Rigs. *2..'50 andl*3 .iO 

Per Day 

Open Day or Night 

Commercial Trade Solicited 

Killsboro, Texa.s 



Rush O. Aldrich. 

Pres. Bnd Qen. M(r. 



HILDA. 

Population 85. In Mason county, 15 
miles .south of Mason, the county seat 
and banking [loint and 34 from Llano, 
the nearest shipping point. Telephone 
connecton. Emma Schuize, postmaster. 
SCHULZE G, General Store. 



HILLISTER. 

Population 175. On the T. & N. O Ry., 
in Tyler county, 8 miles south of Wood- 
ville, the county seat and banking point. 
Telephone connetion. Anderson Dowling, 
postmaster. 

Allison A L, agt T & N O R R. 
Alli.son J I & Co, genl store. 
DOWLING ANDERSOX, Farmer and 

Stock Raiser. 
Fortenberry J C, physician. 
Ilankins J W, [lost.s and poles. 
Norton O A. timber and contr. 
Ccden E U, live stock. 
I'ope K D. physician, 
pope Lumber (?o. 
Spivey L A & Bro, turpentine mnfrs. 



Birdie K. Aldrich, 

Sec"y and Treas. 



Aldrich Commission Co. 

Wholesale and Retail 

108 W. Elm St. 

Specialties— Lumber. .Shini;les. Sugar. Syrup. 
Salt, Fuel. Mill and Farm Product.^. Cement. Lime, 
Sand, Gravel, Fruits, etc. Gasoline and lUumi- 
natin? Oils. 

Millsboro, T^xas 



HII.LSBORO. 

Population 8,500. An incorporated 
city and the capital and metropolis of 
Hil'. fiounty, is located in the midst of 
the black land district. Three railroads 
and an electric line enter the citv, viz., 
M., K. & T. Ry. of Texas. T. <t B. V. Ry.. 
St. L. S. W. Ry. and Dallas-Waco Inter- 
urban. It Is 35 miles north of Waco. 55 
miles south of Fort "Worth, and 65 miles 
southeast of Dallas. ."imong the more 



ALDRICH RUSH O, I'reN aud (ienl Mngr 

Aldrich Commission Company 108 W 

Elm. (See adv.) 
Alexander Wm J, rduniber. 
Allred S H, blksmith. 
Amondson Alfred A. bicycles. 
Anderson .Tack, garage. 
Andrews Henry L, real estate. 
.\rrowood A B. agt St L .S \V Ry. 
Austin Oscar, marble works. 
-■Vustin <fe Young ((tscar Austin. Wm B 

Young), niarble works. 
Averitte Joseph J, lawyer. 
Barnell Samuel, meats. 

bp:.\vers, s.vxdeus <fc kihkp.'vt 

RICK (George F Beavers. \\'m H 
Sanders, Krum Kirkpatrick). Real Es 
tate and Loan Agents. .\11 Business Re- 
ceives Prompt Attention. S Side 
Square. 

Beavers & Quayle (J K and J G Beav- 
ers, S Quayle). real estate. 

Beck Charles W. grocer. 

Bennett Joseph H, confr. 

Hlack Charles Ij. law,\-er. 

Blanchar'd Arthur L. photogr. 

Board of Trade. Edward N F.ariis sec. 

BO.VD TH0M.\S B (K.sfd l^Sl), Deairr 
in Drugs and r>rug .Sundries. Paints. 
Oils, Wall Paper. Watches. Clocks and 
.lew elr.v. 60 S Side .Square, Both [Cooper Robert 



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BROWN-REXFRO CO tWix O Br.->-.-.n, 

Wm T Renfro), Automobile Garage, 
Complete Line of Automobile Acces- 
sories, Tires and Tubes. Automobile 
Repairers, Opp City Hall. Both Phones 
403. 

Browning W^ M & Co, "U'ill Brawner 
mngr, clothes cleaners. 

Bucher John N, Jeweler and pianos. 

Biiie John, physician. 

Bi rdette coffee a TE.\ CO 
(Thomas J Burdette). Roasters .-ind 
Cutters of High Grade Imi.'.'fd 
Coffee. Teas and Spices 110 E Frank- 
lin. Both Phones 582. 

Campbell Philip B, furn. 

Cansler Herman K, physician. 

Caperton Henry, grocer. 

CARTER AWLCV T, .Mu»ic and Mu- 
sical Instruments. Pian^.- and (Jrirans. 
Etc. 108 K Franklin. 

Chambers & Sanders (Lena Cham'^-ers, 
Mis Edna Sanders), ladies' furngs. 

Chanev Newton C. lawver. 

CITIZEXS' N.VTIO.N.VI, H.\XK THE 
(Capital 5200,000), T G Hawkins Cli.ur- 
man of Board, George Carmiciiael 
Pres, O G Bowman, (J L Porter aiil A 
L Smith Vice-Pres. R C "^'est Casiiier. 
M H De Witt and C S Morgan .Vsst 
Cashiers. 

City Water Works, Edward Dixon supt. 

Clarke John E. lawyer. 

Cochran B B, real estate. 

Cockrell & Keeton (Ross Cockrell. Ed- 
gar Keeton), meats. 

Collins Wiilter, lawyer. 

Collis & Quickenstead 'B L CoUis. F 
ijuickenstead). garaire. 

COI.OM.VL TRIST C<)-Ur%NY. G L 
V\hite Pres. W M Williams, Pat E 
Hooks and .lohn R Giirhn Vice-I'ies. 
Ed Woodall Sec and Treas. Gu^ C 
West Asst Sec, W E Thompson Mngr, 
Farm .Mortgage Dept. N Side Squ.ire. 

CO\i\ELLY W.n P, Editor and CuhllHher 
The HiUsboro Dlspatcli 100 W Frank- 
lin. 

Cooper Grocery Co Th<- (Waco), M A 
Cooper pres. E C Barrett. J R Milam 
vice-pres. H K Brewer sec, H W Car- 
ver treas, whol grocers. 

E. restaurant. 



Corbett Robert, blksmith. 



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Hillsboro 



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Cozy Theatre, Ira T Huckabee propr, 

Craig Norvin L, eloctricl;in. 

'Crystal Theatre, J H Estes propr, 

: Cypert John J. postmaster. 

DAILY MIRROR THK. Thnmpiioti & 
Campbell Proprs, Ai\ Associated Press 
Paper. 

Davis Charles C, physician. 

Davis R E, electrical supplies, 

"Dazey Bros (Wm L and Kvans), dentists. 

Dennis J K, furniture. 

T)e Witt M H. poultry breeder. 

"Dickson & Morrison (Wm H Dickson, 
John W Morrison), real estate. 

"Dixie Theatre, E V Harrison propr. 

Dixon Wm F. furniture. 

Dodson & Stollenwerck (J S Dodson, J 
Webb Stollenwerck), live stock. 

Douning Jackson L, grocer. 

DunJap Wm C, real estate, 

X:astland Herman, abstracts. 

Edmonson Joseph N, real estate. 

Edringrton Newton, grocer. 

Elllng-ton W H & Co (W H and L. W 
ElUneton). dry goods. 

aExchange Furniture Co (J K Dennis, J 
L Williams). 

Exporters' & Traders Compress & Ware- 
house Co, W C Lawson pres, W J 
Neale sec and treas, George W King 
asst mngr, 

J'armer Casper W, baker, 

farmers' National Bank (capital 550,000), 
W M Williams pres, K S Davis vice- 
pres, W^ t. Embree caslir. 

rarrar C W & Son (Clark W and Ivy F), 
grocers. 

Ferris Charles, meats. 

Ji-IDFiHTV AXD DEPOSIT CO OF M.-VRY- 
I,A>U, Charles E Smith & Co -Agt.-^. 

IflRST ST.^^TK B.VNK THE (Capital, 
Surplus and Profits $110,672.00). Wm R 
Masterson Pres, H H Simmons and 
Wm F Sims Vice-Pres, Sep R Huphe.'; 
Cashier, Files Edrington Asst Cashier. 

Flanagan Bros (Patrick and Wm), men's 
furngs. 

rowler Walter, restaurant. 

rox Irving B, meats. 

Freeland J W^ sheriff. 

•Gaines Bertha L, artist. 

Galbraith J O, architect. 

<3arrison Gin Co, A N Robertson mngr. 

<3ebhardt Charles, baker, 

Glasgow, Watson & James (Fred Glas- 
gow, james H Watson, R M James), 
meats. 

<3oodwin Wm J, vulcanizer. 

Oraham Co, L O Daniels pr-.-^, Charles F 
(Graham s^o and treas, drv soods. 

CIRl.MUS bAR.V(;li: (Frell O Crimex), .\ 
C'omplete Line of Accessories, Oils, 
Grease, Polishes. Paints, Etc. Auto- 
mobile Repairing a Specialty, Open 
I>av and Night. 113-115 S Covington. 

Crlssett Wm J, agt W F & Co Exp. 

Outhrie, Turk & Co (,)ohn T Thomas, 
Bascom A Turk and E E Grover), 
drugs. 

Cuthrie & Hawes (John A Guthrie, B 
H Hawes), jewelers. 

1I.\BKR7.P,TTLE L,Ol I.*>, \A bole.vale and 
R>-tail Sfeds. Grain, F'eed .Stuffs, Flour, 
T'oultry and Eggs 8^ W Side S<iuare. 

Hafner Valtin, jeweler. 

Half-v Gin Co, A N Robertson mnarr. 

Hammond-Vawter Co, Ernest D Eagi 
mngr, tailors. 

Hancock Jof M. real estate. 

HarrinTton James, medicine mnfr. 

Hart Henry G, lawyer. 

Hefner V.xlten. jeweler. 

Herman Ik Wright (Thomas Herman, 
George Wright), garage. 

Hickman Robert C. produce. 

HIC"KMA\ & .M.VTHFOW S (ThomaN Hick- 
man, Ed >j Mathews). Proprs Hillsboro 
Transfer Co and Livery VH W Elm. 
Both Phone.< S. 

Hill County Cotton Oil Co, G L White 
pres, John R Griffin vice-pres, Ed 
Woodall sec and treas. 

Hll! County Stfite Bnnk 'capital $100,- 
000). Thomas Ivy pres, D C Harper, J E 
Beavers vice-pres. Thomas J Files 
cashr. 

Hills & Meredith (Marcus B Hill. Thomas 
Meredith), grocers, 

Hillsboro Abstract Co, H H Timmons 
pres, C S Dyer vice-pres, John C Head 
sec and treas. 

Hillsboro Board of Trade, A L Blanchard 
sec. 



Hillsboro Cotton Mills (capital and sur- 
plus tl00,00O), A L Smith pres, A J 
Thompson vice-pres, George Carmich- 
ael treas. T E Tomlinson see. 

Hillsboro Drv Goods Co The, Wm F Sims 
pres, Taylor J Sims vice-pres. Taylor 
J Sims jr sec and treas. 

HII.I,«>UOHO niSPATCH THE (Weekly). 
Wm P Connelly Editor and Publisher 
Prints All the News and Pulls for Hill 
County. Published Every Friday, 109 
W Franklin, 

Hillsboro Grain Co The, E H Crenshaw 
mngr. 

HII.LsnORO SIIRROR THE (Weekly). 
Thompson & Campbell Proprs, The 
Largest Paid Circulation of Any County 
Paper in the State. 

Hillsboro Steam Laundry (Adolphus and 
John R Hughes). 

Hillsboro Telephone Co, C C Leader pres, 
(5eorge L Low vice pres, W L Helfen- 
stein sec and treas, O G Freeman mngr 

IIII.I.SBORO TR.\NSFF.R CO. Hickman * 
Mathews Proprs, Special Attention 
Given to Cab and Baggage Service Day 
or Night. 124 W Elm. Both Phones 8. 

Hoppess Walter B. agt T & B V Ry. 

Home Oscar, clothes cleaner. 

Hotel Fleming, Mrs C J Fleming propr. 

Hotel Wear, Mrs N J Smitli propr. 

Howard Edward R, agt Am Ex Co. 

Howard George J, grocer. 

Hufthines D M, cotton buyer. 

Hughes Sep R, cashr The First State 
Bank, 

Hughes & Higgins (Charles A Hughes, 
Elmo A Higgins), tailors. 

HI >T R ^V, County Auditor HUI County 
Court House. 

Hunt Thomas E. physician. 

Hurlbut James S. agt M K & T Ry. 

■lames .Tack, tailor. 

.Tames Robert M, meats. 

Janes Martin B, restaurant. 

Jones Frank S, osteopath. 

Jones & Son (Jesse and Sidney), confrs. 

Kay Reginald H, cotton buyer. 

Keene Wm, wagon yard. 

Kirkpatrick Van, fire ins. 

Knox Mary L, artist. 

Law E Mrs, poultry breeder. 

Le Fevre AUine M Mrs, insurance. 

Lendon Hotel, I T Barfleld propr, 

Leverett L P, cotton buyer. 

Llewallyn E, jeweler, 

Lockhart Wm, sewing machines. 

t.omax: Millinery Co (Mrs Annie Lomax, 
.\nnie Winn). 

Lovell .Marvin W, cotton buj-er. 

Low .\llen E, furniture. 

Lowe-Bedell Grocery Co (Ed Lowe, Clay 
Bedell). 

Lowrey Sl Young (.\lfred L Lowrey, Ar- 
thur W Young), fire ins. 

Lyon-Gray Lumber Co (Sherman), Cecil 
-X. Lyon pres, B D Gray vice-pres, H B 
Hawley sec-treas. 

M K & T Dining Room, Harry H Burnett 
mn.gr. 

McCoUum & Garner (Wm B McCoUum, 
(leorge W Garner), blacksmiths. 

MclionaUl Bros (Thomas F and Wm H), 
horse market. 

McK\'uv Webster, furniture. 

McKHe'Fred E. lawyer. 

MiKenzie John E. tax collector. 

SIcLeod Tliomas J H, coal. 

McMillan Tax lor M, bardwni'e. 

Mc.Murrv <fc Hashani i Fred -V McMurry, 
W Fuller Basluim). grocers. 

Mackey Thomas, rescaiii ant, , 

-Mahalfej' Howard A. pli.\sician. 

.Majestic Theatre, James |i .^iieldon propr. 

Mann W'm A. -nd hand goods. 

Mai shall Eros (J Ford. Frank M and W 
Smith), r.-al est and ms. 

Marshall J \\'. county attorney. 

Martin-Brags' Dry Goods Co. T G Bragg 
pres. J H Wilson vice-pces. J "sV Mar- 
tin sec-treas, 

Martin George W, grocei-. 

.Martin John !*', harnessnikr. 

XAICI'I.N Wil.I, .M, \n<M'ney-H«-l.a«'. 
(J-iieral Practice in .VII Courts, Collec- 
tions, Citiz.Mis Xatl Bank Kldg. 

.Martin & Breeding (Uoliert D and Wm 
H Martin, S W T.reiMliiig i. r»al est. 

Maxwell & Selbv (.V E Maxwell. G F 
Selhv). transfer 

Menefee .\ndew J, physician. 

Miller Edna, count!' tre.is. 

Miller James W , rihyslcian. 



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Mittenthal Abe. news dealer. 
Mlttenthal Peter, dry goods. 
MO.\.\RCH FOUNDRY * M.VCHIN'E CO, 

George R -\danis Pres and Genl Mngr, 
General Machinery Repairs, 111 W 
Franklin. (See adv belt>w.) 



Monarch Foundry & 
Machine Co. 

GEORGE R, ADAMS, Pres. and Genl. Mngr. 

General Machinery Repairs 

Wc repair Engines. Pumps and all kinds of 
Machinery, We rebore Cylinders and Valve 
Parts and generally overhaul Engines at your 
plant. All Workmanship and Material Guaran- 
teed. 

HILLSBORO, TEXAS 



Monarch Grocery (Harry Beck, Thomas J 
Burdelte, N B Edrington). 

Moody Roscoe, dentist. 

Moon & Patterson (Thomas S Moon, Cur- 
tis Patterson), garage. 

Moore A Patrick, real estate. 

MOOUE, IIUSTE.Vn & CO. AValter Moore 
Pres, J K Parr A'iCH.jjres, W N Hustea(i 
Sec and Treas. Fine Vehicles-and Har- 
ness. 1U9-111 W Elm. 

.MOUItOW & >IORRO^\' (Wm C and Wm 
C Jr). Attorneys-at-Law, n w cor 
Square. 

Neal Peter H, restaurant, 

Xecessity Store The, Henry E Weir mngr. 
notions. 

Nelson & "W'ilkerson (^'^'m .\ Nelson. 
Thomas D W'ilkerson), grocers. 

Nev/ "J-K" Hotel Kirksey Bros proprs. 

Opera House, Wm M Browning propr. 

Orenbaun Bros (George and Frank), 
hardware 

Paris & Petty (Wm P Paris, Robert M 
Petty), meats, 

P.VKISH JOHN W. HIcK tirade Pliotu- 
giai'her, Kodak Finishirig, Kodaks and 
Snijpiies, \'iewing l>on'^- Neatly and 
Prom|)tly, E Side Square, Phone 2S-B. 

Patterson, Deal & Turk Land Co (T B 
Patterson, .V H Deal, J M Turk). 

Payne Matt M. drugs, 

Perkins Jack, horse market, 

I'heljis Edw.'trd B, undertaker. 

Philyaw T L. blksmith. 

Pierce Fordyce Oil .\ssn, Jacob R Nutt 
mngr. 

I'orter-Pell Grocery Co (W W 
Fillmore Bell. Oscar Caldwell. 
Porter). 

I'otts Robert O. grocer. 

Preston J R. county surveyor. 

itader James C. i>roi»r \Vhite Swan Cafe. 
66 S Side Square. 

HIOT.VII, MUHCll.WTS -ISSOCI.VTIOX, 
S L Robertson Pres, -V Xa Blanchard 
Sec, ilember State and National .\ssn. 
Credit Reports and Collections Given 
Prompt .\ttention. 

Rh,>adi's Bros (Wm C and Garland D), 
jewelers. 

Rice Woolen Mills, A C Lawler mngr 
tailors. 

Rice W ^V, cotton buyer. 

Robert James J, physician. 

Roberts Henry, cotton buyt.r. 

Itoberts I'etnr .A. dentist 

Roberts Ruth, county clerk. 

Fcobertson Samuel L. grocer 



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bard), livery. 

Shaw James M, pliysician. 

Sherrod i^ ?>mitli f KJenjamin ti Sherrod. 
Bud Smith t. sliues. 

Shipley Fred J. county supt of schools. 

Shurtleff ^^ Cumrniugs (Victor li Shurt- 
lefE, FJryan Y Cunimings), lawyers 

SIMMON S-IIK.VD (OMl'.VXV (llarliiud H 
Simmon.■^. John G Riadi, Heal JJstate 
and Loans. Couveyancers, Abstracts 
and Notaries I'ublic, Ortice North of 
New I'ostoffice Bldtr. 

Simpson L Lumber Co, L .Simpson pres. 

Sims Wm T. dentist 

SlattPn J L * Co (James L Slatten. 
Charles lU Lee), real est. 

SmallinKwood .V J. real est. 

Smith Georpre J. county assessor. 

Smith Henry It. confr. 

Smith tames, real istate. 

Si^HTU .\K\VT(»\ J, Attorney anil <-<niii- 
selloi* at La^y. (Tcner.il I'ractice in All 
Courts, .State and Ff doi'al, C^^ommercjal 
and Corporation Business Given Special 
-Vttention. Office Over Flanagan Bros 
New Store. 

Smith ^ Pyland (T Ed Smith, Wm T 
Pyland), drugs. 

Smitli &: Sniitli i Fleniamin F and Ben- 
.iamin F Jr), pliysicians. 

Smith .t Tomlinsoii Co (caidtal $50,000). 
.\. Ij Smith pres. 'J' K Tomlinson vice- 
pres and treas. D F Battaile sec, hard- 
ware. 



Co. J J Segerst 
and Thomas), 



Smith i Zarufonitis (.Vndrew Smith. | 
Hany Zarat'onitist, confrs 

.Smitiideal C PI, law^-ei-. 

Smithiieal C M. lawyer 

S^outhwestern Tel & Tel 
mn^rr. 

So\\ell Bros (Ernest 
plumbei-s. 

.>«T.\R lOVFliCTIONFRV THIJ. Stock 
ton & Allen Proprs. .\ Leitding Con 
fectionery Store, Mnfrs of Candy and 
Ice Cream, Ice Cream Parlors, Soft 
Drinks, Also Hot Drinks and Lunches 
E Side Square. 

Stephenson J P. county judpe. 

Stockton & Allen (John Stockton, Ira 
Allen), propr The Star Confectionery 
E Side Square. 

Stollenvverck J V/ebb, horse breeder. 

Stone F Geer, livery. 

Sturgis Banli (unincorporated). George 
F Sturg-is pres, Eldred JIcKinnon 
cashr. 

Sullivan E H. blksmith, . 

Sweenev E G, blksmith. 

r.VULTO.\-I)lM..Vl' ( O 'I'm: (<;iiy Tnrl- 
ton, W C Dunlaij), lieal l\siaie and 
Loans, Colonization Tracts and Large 
Deals Our Specialty', E-Kchanges of All 
Descriptions, Write for (Circulars, N 
Side Square. (See adv belou'.) 

Tarlton Guy D, lawM-r. 

TKXAs .xovi:;i/rY .vuvf,rtisi\<; co, 

Thompson & Campbell Proprs. Manu- 
facturers and Importers of Advertis- 
iner Siiecialties of Every E>escription. 
(See riglit bottom lines and adv be- 
low.) 

Texas Power & Light Co (Dallas), John 
C Calhoun mngr. 

jThomas George A, grocer. 

Thompson Joseph H. real estate. 

TIIO:^(I>St>X A <■ VJII'IIULL (Luther J 
Thompson. D \V Campliell), i'roprs 
Te.Kas Novelty Advertisintr Co and 
Hillsboro Dail>' and \\'eekly Mirror 
(See right bottom lines and adv be- 
lo'vv. ) 

Turk I>ry Goods Co. T P Turk pres, Ro- 
land Smith vice-pres, D C (Cleveland 
sec and tre.as. 

Turner Paul .\. life ins. 

Turner Wm H. confr. 

Underwood Eugene T, ins .nnd pianos. 

IMOX Ci;\TU\l. LIFF. I\«SIR-\XCK 

CO OF c■I^'€l^^ ATI, omo. Lee & Lee 

(Dallas) Genl Agts. James H Ward 
Dist .Vgt. (.See backbone, l^-tt tup lino 
and (lage 2^2.) 

tTnion News Co, O G Walters mngr, 

V'aughan Robert M, lawyer. 

\'aughn B H, ph\'sician. 

Vise Edwin B, t'Ottlor. ' 

Vlitas George I>, restaurant. 



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Walling Mary, millin^T. 

Ward-Landers (John C Ward. E A Lan- 
ders), drugs. 

Watson John M. grocer. 

Wear & Frazier (W C TVear 
Frnzier). lawyer;:. 

Webb Pressley J, poultry breeder. 

^^■est Guy C. insurance. 

WHITF, SWAX CAFF. Jnmex C Rader 
Propr. Regular .Mf.ils .ind Short 'It- 
ders. Private Dining Rooms for Ladies. 
66 S Side Square, Phones S "W 225, Ind 
225. 

T\'icker Charles E. drugs. 

Wilkirson & Satterrield (O I, TS'tlkiraon. 
Wm 1 Sntterfieid I. lunib./r 

Williams Joseph L, furniture 

Williams & Leatherwood ij L "Williams. 
R B Ijcatherwootl), underrak<rs 

V\'inn Wm E, tailor. 

Works Carl D, lawver. 

Worley Osiah D. bli;smith. 

I'ager i- Myer (ilartin Yager, P. J M-ver).. 
notions. 

Young Arthur W, loans. 

Voung John W, grocer. 

Voung Lon J, surgeon. 

Young Men's Booster Club, F Z. Vander- 
burgh sec. 

Voung Wm, wagon yard. 

Young i^- Young (E ICugene ar.d :-iendey). 
life ins. 

Zarafonetis Bros i Charles ar.z Jaines), 
confrs. 

Zarafonetis Nick G, confr. 



HILLS I'ISAIRIE. 

Population )o. On the M., IC .t T. Ry . 
in Bastrop county, .5 n'.iles ir:".n Bas- 
trop, the countj' seat and ner.:€i-t bank- 
ing point. Tel., W, U. £.\-p.. Am. Tel- 
ephone connection. 
Lc Sueur Bros, general store .v.: i cotton 

gin. 
Lundell J C, cotton gin. 

HIXDES. 

Population 100. On the S. A,. V. & G. 
U,\., in -At.'iscos.n county. 21 n'ui^s soutli- 
uest of Jourdanton, the county seat, and' 
12 from Chatlotte, the nearest banking 
point. Mail daily. 
P.ohn H A, blksmith. 
Brancli Mercantile Co, general .--ore. 



HIXIvLFS FFKRV. 

Population :!C. Jn Bra^ioria c 'jntj-. 20 
miles southwest of ..Vngitton. the count" 
seat, and 7 from Brazoria, th*^ nearest 
banking and .^hitiping po:nt. Telephone 
connection. J. V. Hinl;!'--. ic-tmaster. 
Beck & Triion, L'eneral store, 
IIIXKI.F ,J V. l':iri>i 0»Tner au<l Ilentala. 



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PuTpo«e«. 

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HITCHCOCK. 

Popglatlon 550. On the G., C. & S. F. 

Ry., in Galveston county, 14 miles west 

of Galveston, the county seat. Has 

Catholic and Union churches and a bank. 

Tel.. W. U. Kxp., W. F. & Co. Tele- 
phone connection. Robert Dempster. 

postmaster. 

Bret J A, produce shipper. 

Chenoweth F E. real estate. 

nCMPSTKR ROUISRT, I'ustmastcr. 

Duroux .\. meats. 

Gernaud Wm, blacksmith. 

Henck C .1, general store. 

Henckel George Co, wliol produce and 
lumber. 

McCarty J T, r r, exp and tel agrt. 

Roberts H L, & Co, bankers, whol pro- 
duce and grain. 

Rowen T .1, general store and produce. 

Schiro Charles, grocer. 

Schneider George 1'"^ jr. general store. 

Tacquard Aiigust & Co, whol produce. 

Tacquard George, live stock breeder. 

Tacquard George J. blksmith. 

Tacquard Jacques, live stock. 



HOIIAN. 

Population 40. On the P. V. S. Ry. in 
Reeves county, 17 miles south of Pecos. 
the county seat and banking point. E.Kp.. 
W. F. & Co, Telephone connection. N. 
Pfeifter, acting postmaster. 
Collier & Love, live stock breeders. 
Courtney Webb, live stock breeder. 
Kisenwine .T K, ilne stock brefder. 
lIOU.\X MKRC.\\TII,E CO, C^enernl 

Store. 
PfeifTer N, agt W. F. & Co. Exp. 
Stamper & Co, live "Stock breeders. 

HOIIBS. 

Population 45. In Fisher county. 14 
miles from Roby. the county seat anil 14 
from Ilotan, the usual banking and .<hip- 
ping point. Telephone connection. I-Ienr-\ 
C. Shanks, postmaster. 
SH.\XKS HKNRV f, Genernl Store. 



HOIISON. 

Population 100. On the S. A. & A. V 
Ry., in Karnes county, SV> miles north- 
west of Karnes City, the county seat, 
and banking poini. Telephone connec- 
tion. R. .1. I'olasek. postmaster. 
Fertsch R F, meats. 

Hobson Mercantile Co, general store. 
I'OL.X.'SIOK U J, (W-nerul .Store, l.iimbe: 
Agricultural Inii.leincnts. iteal Estaic 
Notary Public and Automobiles. 
Pustejovsky F L. blksmith. 
Reinhard K 11, r r and exp agt. 



HOCiniKIM. 

Population 125. In De Witt county, Ifi 
miles fi'om Cuero, the county i^eat and 
10 from Yoakum, the nearest banking 
and shipping point. Telephone connec- 
tion. 
HOCHHKIM DRUG CO, Ilann Boedecker 

Propr. 
Jaeger W F. cotton gin. 
KuUin H F. blksmith and hdwe. 
Miller Vv' W, cattle breeder. 
Schweitzer W H, general store. 
Steen A, grocer and blksmith. 



IIOCKI.KY. 

Population 280. On the H. & T. C. Ry . 
In Harris county, 36 miles northwest of 
Houston, the county seat, and 5 from 
Waller, the nearest banking point. Tel . 
W. II. Exp., W, F. & Co. Telephone 
connection. J, W. Peil. postmaster. 
Battle J E, physician. 
Bauer Wm, genl store and saw mill 
Becker House, J H G Becker propr. 
Blaha josepli, cotton gin and grist mill. 
Hamilton \\' K, r r, exp and tel agt. 
Hotise I Ij, live stock breeder. 
Hrgar L, live stock breeder. 
Leon K. general strire and whol liquors. 
Peil G W, constable. 
PKH> ;iO>«IOI>H W, (icneral Store and 

Undertaker. 
Royder J I', general store. 

IIOI.IilCK. 

Population 75. In Brown county, 16 
miles north of Bi-ovvnvvood. tlie county 
seat, 4 from Hutson, the nearest shipping 



point, and 8 from May, the ne.irest bank- 
ing point. TeU'plione connection. Janie 
A. Tillman, postmaster. 
Burns Henry, live stock. 
Fornlei' O B. live stock. 
Gabljcrt G W. cotton gin. 
Goodman G W, grocer. 
Smith J S, blacksmith. 
T1LLM.\N J.VMKS A. I'n.stmaster. 
Tillman Winnie, grocer. 
Whitehead J B, physician. 

HOLLAND. 

Population 800. On the M., K. & T. 
Ry.. in Bell county. 26 miles soutli of 
Belton, the county seat. Has Cliristian, 
Methodist and Presbyterian churches. 3 
banks. 4 cotton gins, machine shop and a 
\\'eekl.\' newspaper, tlie Holland Progress. 
Tel., W. U. Exp., Am. Telephone con- 
nection. C, B. Starke, postmaster. 
.\.cklin Ed, poultry breeder. 
Bailov E B. ireni-ral store. 
11 Vlinr-R W L, ■I:cil<>r .(See ll«lv lielinvt 



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We solicit your mail order business 
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Barton Blake, garage. 

Bartin Gin Co. -S ii Barton mngr. 

Bradlev Owen W, insurance. 

BROWN M .\, (iellerni Heiinir Shop, 

Sewing Machines and Phonographs. 
iSPe adv below.) 



. A. Brown 



General Repair Shop and Agent 

for the Singer Sewing Machines 

and Columbia Phonographs 

HOLLAND, TEXAS 



ameron Wm <S.- Co, H E Muller mngr. 

lum ber. 
Cobb R A. blksmith. 
Cij.x ^V B, grocer. 
Douthit W L, insurance. 
I>vess J 1", poultry breder. 
First -Vational Bank (oaiiital $25,000), Eli 

B F;ailey iirts, J II I'liderwood vice- 

pres. L B .Meuliinney cashr. 

irst State Bank (capital $25,000), V K 

H Reed pres. ^\' S Reed vice-pres. V E 

H Reed jr cashr. 
Cofldar.l C W, iihysician. 
ll.\LLENnKtK M, I'llblr Holland I>ro- 

gress (See adv). 
Hamblen C H. piiysician. 
Ilavwood C .V. r r. tel and cxri agt. 
HOLLA. Vn I'ROtiltKS.S (Weekly), M Hal- 

lonbeck i'ubir (.<ec adv below). 



The Hoilaod Progress 

M. HOLLENBECK, Publisher. 
An Up to Date Weekly Newspaper 
HOLLAND, - - TEXAS 



Holland Trading Co (capital $:!0.0U0), T 1' 

Leuis i>res, .-V E McGregor sec and 

trcas. genl store. 
Murtdleston V C, plumber. 
HuddltHon Wm. cotton gin. 
Hurst W B, grocer, 
.(ones Jolin A, lawyer. 
Karl Cliarles, iiotiltry breeder. 
r.athan W T, restaurant. 
.Markmam J M. cotton gin. 
.Martin John, baker. 
.Mavlltld J H, cotton gin. 
Mewhiniiev Mercantile Co (capital $60,- 

OOiJ). L B Mewhiiimy pres. J .M StaftorrI 

sec and treas, -;enl store. 



Milcliell W II. utugs. 

Munrelee !•; it Co (Edward R Munnelce, 

H B Stotber). drugs and jeweleis. 
RolUtt & Craft (James Rollett, Edward 

Craft), meats. 
Russell B V, Iiotiltry breeder. 
5outhwestirn Tel and Tel Co, Corrie 

Byrd mngr. 
"Starke C I*. i»ostmaster. 
3tein K W, insurance. 
Stone Isaac A, grocer. 
Sypert J R, phvsician. 
VARNHI.L JI'.KKUKSON D, Lawyer (See 

adv below.) 



J. D. VARNELL 

ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW 

Holland, Texas 



Wrey Clo.ude, poultry hreeder. 



HOLI-IIIAV. 

Population lOU. On the W. V. K. R.. 
in Archer county, 15 miles northwest ol" 

vrcher City, the county .seat and bank- 
ings point. Telephone connection. Exp. 

\m. 

Fishpr Albert, blksmith. 
Lowrv J .\ & Co, cotton sin. 
M'.hley T N. caltlt- brrciier. 
r*:irisli J AV. i)hys and druK-'^- 
Stalcuj) Gt orcre, livery. 
Ta\lor \V H <fe Co, jrenl store. 
Tliumas Joiin C & Co, tronl store. 

HOIii.V. 

roi>ulation 2.5. In Houston county. 25 
miles southeast of Cro'-rkett, the county 
seat and 7 from Lovelady. the nearust 
lianking' :ind shippins: point. IMail. daily, 
f'aker M X. g-enl store. 
i'hipps T H, cotton jjin and grist mill. 

ifor*T. 

Population 20. In San Saba county, 25 
miles northwest of Snn Saba, tht- oouni-V 
seat and 10 from Mercury the nearest 
banking' and shipping point. Stance daily 
to Mercury, fare 50 cents. Tidephone 
connection. J. L. Stoner, postniasler. 
Crawford 1) O. blksmith. 
Locker \V G, cotton si"- 
Shoemake J F, f^ml store. 
STOMiilt J L. I'os(nins(er, 

HOMKU. 

Population 75. In .\ri;relina county, 6^' 
miles southeast of liUfkin. the county 
seat, banking? and shipping point. ToP 
phono connection. J. N. Thompiion, jjosl- 
masster. 

Cliancey J W. cotton gin. 
Hales N J. fcrocer. 
l^lewitt S E, g-rocer. 
THOMPSOX J X, UnipTM and Xotlonx. 

Ho\no. 

Population 2.500. On the S. P. U. R.. 
in» Medina county, of which it is the 
county seat. 50 miles west of San An- 
tonio. It is lighted by electricity, has 
v\ ater works, chu relies of the Baptist, 
'"atholic, Christian, Lutheran, Methodist 
and Presbyterian churches. 2 banks, o 
cotton grins, rdaninj? mill, bottlini;' works, 
foundry and bolt works, etc. Two weekly 
newspapers. The Hondo Times and The 
.\iivil-nurald are published. Tel.. W. U. 
Ilxp.. W.. F. &■ Co. Telephone connection. 
Miles A Chancey, postmaster. 
Aiidersnn James W, fruits. 
.VU>rS'l I(0\(; IIOTKIi. .\ii.stin H IMkc 

Propr ( See adv below ) , 



Armstrong Hotel 

Austin H Pike. Proprietor 

BEST rOTEL IN A\EOINA COUNTY 

ContainiT>fr T* Rooms with Modern Conveniences. 

Catciinc to tht» Commercial Trade. 

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Bailor Joseph F. slieriff. 

Btndele Geo H. poultry breeder. 

BU'ss Christian J, srocer and drv g-oods. 

Blocker V Howard, lawyer. 

Boon & Son (A\ni and Karl H). dry jroods 
and g-rocers. 

Bradley R B. phv.-siclan 

BKICKS KIJ^^^VIlr) J, I'ubll.-iher The 
Hondo Times (See adv) 

Briick.s .t De Montel (Louis G Brucks. 
Klmer De Montel), lawyers. 

Cameron. Mucnnink Mnfs Co (capital 
$20.0')0). .John Muennink pres. George 
Jluennink vlce-pres, Georg-e W Cam- 
eron sec and treas. machinists. 

Carter Sydney G, clothes cleaner. 

Crow Valter A. jeweler. 

Davis Fletcher, pubir Hondo Anvil- 
Herald. 

De Montel & Fly ( Kdward De Montel. D 
Harper Fly), lawyers. 

FARMERS VXIOV CO-OPKRATIVK GI\ 
CO (Capital $10,000), A F Peters Tres 
A B Brucks Sec and Treas. Cotton Gin- 
ners and Dealers in Cotton Seed Bro- 
ducts, Tel Line 20. Rins 3. 

Farmers Union Warehouse (capital S2.- 
100), Wm H Butts pres. Robert L 
Haass sec, cotton warehouse. 

First National Bank (capital $50.n00) 
Georgre AV .Jones pres. Kdward De Mon- 
tel vice-pros. John M Finder rashr. 

Frerichs Hobby, poultry breeder 

GAIVKS CHAHI.K.S R, Acent for Rulok 
Automobiles. The Car For Service. Bi- 
cycle and Auto Supplies, Guns. Ammu- 
nition. Cutlery and Hardware. 

Giiliam Claud, poultry breeder. 

Gutiorez Bonifacio, grocer. 

Haass Henry V. county surveyor. 

Haass Herman K, county judgre. 

Hale Georue W. second hand troods 

Harris .Nathan, shoes and clolhiner. 

Hartmann .lohn. cattle breeder. 9 miles n 

llAV GKORfiK. Uenler In Staple ami 
Fancy (Jroceries. Confectionerv. Cigars, 
Tobacco and Toilet Articles. 

Heath Louis E, countv treas, 

ileyen Fritz A. confectioner. 

Heyen John G. real est insurance 

Hodge Walter C, restaurant 

Holloway Bros (Wm and Thomas B) 
hardware and !mi>lenients 

Holloway J W. cotton Kin. 

Hondo Anvil-Herald (weekly). Fletcher 
Davis publr. 

Hondo Auto Sales Co (capital ?2 000) O 
H Miller mnRr. 

HOXno CO.MMISSIOV ro (ThomaK Hcntli 
.James E Goff), Wholesale and Retail 
Dealers in Hay, Grain, Feed and ITo- 
duce. Car Load Lots Our Specialty 

Hondo Deep AVells Co, Isaac Wilson mngr 
water works. 

irondo Foundry and Machine Co (Wm K 
and ^V■alter A Mask). 

Hondo Lierht, Power and Ice Co (capital 
$24,000), George Muennink pres, Fred 
Neuman vlce-pres, John M Finger sec 
and treas. 

H()iido Lumber Co (capital $12,000). Felix 
Batot pres and ning-r, Kdward H N'ev 
vlce-pres, Richard J Reily see and 
treas. 

Hondo Mercantile Co (George and F G 

Muennink). geni store 
Hondo State Bank (capital $30,000) 

Henry Rothe pres, Joseph Nev vice- 

pres, Homer F King cashr. 
H<>>l)0 TIMKS Till; (Weekly), F.Uwnrd 

J BrucKs I'ublr (See adv below). 



KullT •quipped for doing jol, printing. Salistactioo ga»rin««c.l 

The Hondo Times 

EDWARD .). BRICKS, Publi.hor 

Si'Il'iptio. One Dollar '"'tr."!:™. 143 

. LsriJe Circulstion in Southwest Tens 
Omsial Orirao Southwest Teiaa Farmers' Union 



}Joover Charles R. tailor. 

Huesser Eugene, harnt^ssmkr. 

Hurt J B. mngr Southwestern Tel and 

Tel Co. 
Hutaler Sadie Mrs, confectioner. 
Jungn\an Seraphine A, county clerk. 
Kempf .August, district clerk. 
Leinweber lOrncst R, carriages. 



McCIaugherts' ^: Horger (Thomas Mc- 
Claugherty, John A Horger), livery 
and undertakers. 

i%rcXutt Martin 1). r r, tel and exp agt, 

Maloiie James M, furniture. 

Martin Drug Co (F A Martin. W H 
Smith). 

Martin lOmll. biksmitli. 

Mask Wm K. grocer and milliner. 

Mechler L A & Co, blksniUhs. 

Merriman J C. poultry l)reeder, 

Meyers Henrv. rihj-sician. 

Meyers J H. blksmith. 

-Miller Oscar H. bottler. 

Muennink George, cotton gin. 

Xester Wm, poultry breeder. 

N'ester (t Schrooder I Wm Xester, August 
Schrocder), nuats. 

Xey Joseph, county tax collector. 

Xoonan Ralph J. countv attorney. 

Pichot A iS: Co (Albert I ichot, Frank 
Schweers), meats. 

Pierce Fordyce Oil ,\ssn, O H Miller mngr 

PIKE .\ISTIV U, rropr ArniHtroiiK Ho- 
tel (See adv). 

I'Ll'TK .1 AIIK.S H, Grniiniite Optniiietrlst, 
Established 1 S9:i. All Work Guaranteed 

Ratli Matt, baker. 

HICHTI'.R H<»Ti;l„ Mrs Krne.vtilic Rleh- 
ter r'ropr. We (^ater to tlie General 
I'ublic, Rates $1.00 Per Dav. Tel S3. 

Ridenour Jesse \V. notiotis. 

Rogers C C. poultry breeder. 

Rothe Henry, cattle breeder 15 miles n. 

Saathoff Wm N. county supt of schools. 

Schmitt & Steinhardt (Wm A Schmitt, 
.Julius Steinhardt). genl store, furni- 
ture and Implements. 

SCHl'EHLB Al'fiV.S'r. Denier In Im- 
ported and I>omestic Wines, Liquors 
and Cigars, Tel 121. 

Short D W, poultry breeder. 

Slater-Kirby Grocery Co (J Floyd Slater. 
Henry S Kirby). 

Smith Wm H. physician. 

South Western Tel & Tel Co, J B Hurt 
mngr. 

Star Theatre (J T Perrv, Waiter C 
Hodge). 

Stelgler Hy, poultry breeder, 

Sugarman Supply Co. Louis Sharfman 
mngr. dry goods and clothing. 

Sunrise Lumber Co (capital $10,000), 
John J Kuntz pres, Ellis Albaugh vice- 
pres. Otto J Hilgers treas and mngr, 
R S HoUingsvv'crth sec. 

Taylor H BU-.nton, county assessor, 

Taylor <t Davis (II B Taylor, Fletcher 
Davis), real estate. 

Tliomas Robert 1', dentist. 

Ward M T. poultry breeder. 

Windrow Wm H, drugs. 

Wottlin Alfred R, contractor. 

Xellerbach Henry, jewelei-. 

HO.MiV GROVE. 

Population 2.800. (.)n tlie T. & P. ant! 
G.. C. & S. F. Rys.. in i'^annin county, 16 
miles east of Bonham. the count\- scat 
and 86 northeast of l>allas. Has liai>- 
tist. Christian, Episcopal, Methodist and 
Presbyterian churclifs, i hanks, cotton 
oil mill, 3 cotton gins, cotton compress, 
ice and light plant and water works. 
Two newspai:ers. The Honey Grove 
Weekly and the Weekly Texas Citizen. 
are published. Telegraph and telephone 
facilities. Kxp., W., F. &. Co. T. 1). 
Bloys, postmaster. 
.\rdrey J M, agt T & P Rj . 
Bagby Gin (Honey Grove Cotton Oil 

Co). 
Baker Bros (W R Baker), general store. 
Baldwin J M, lawyer. 
Bantam Gin (Honey Grove Cotton Oil 

Co I. 
Bershansky M. dry goods and clothing 
Black J F. insurance. 
Black Xz Little (L B Black, J B Little). 

dru.gs. 
Bloys T n. postmaster, 
Bon Ton Theatre. R C Bryan mngr. 
Bowers Walter, i>oultry bree(Jer. 
Brandrick ,\ (.J, meats. 
Brannon ,J (J?, Jeweler, 
Brown H W, pianos. 
Brown J Ij. hardware. 
Bryan R C. livery. 

Byal Gin (Honey Grove Cotton OH Co). 
Cappleman J J, physician, 
t'arpenter George A, mayor, 
riTV IIOTI'^l,, T II Vulighu Propr. 
('ommerrlal Hotel. Mrs G J Boyle propr. 



Compton F M. confi'ction.-r, 

Diedrick A B C, confi'Ctioner. 

Direct Gin (Honey Grove Cotton f>il Co). 

Donaldson 1 1 H, physician. 

Donaldson J H, grocer. 

Dryden Bros IC T and J Hi. furniture. 

Ebbs C R, mngr W U Tel Co 

Erwln S L & Son (S L and I Bl. hdware. 

Krwln ''' B & Co (T P. and S L). Ins. 

Ei-ans W S, drugs and Jeweler. 

Everhart L D. optician. 

Fein J, contractor. 

EIDEMTV .\M) OEI'OSIT CO OF M.\RV- 

I..V.VI>, Black & Clav Agts 
First Xational Bank (capital $125,000), 

J .A. Pierce pres, B O Walcott, M A 

Galbraith vlce-pres, J B Hembree cashr. 
First Statu Bank (capital $125,000). J .A 

Underwood pros, F W Underwood vice- 

pres, H L Allen cashr. 
Floyd. Hockerdy &- Smith iG Flovd. B 

Hockerdy. J Smith), cotton gin. 
Gambill G W, cotton gin. 
GIH.SO.V P p. Heal EMtate. I.nniU nod 

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P. F. Gibson 

AGEMCY POH 

Lands, City Properly, Life, Acci= 

dent, and Fire Insurance 

Honey Grove, Texas 



Gose & Bratton (S W Gose, W J Brat- 
ton), livestock. 

Graves W F, bottler. 

Grogan R K, blacksmith. 

Guthrie Blaine, tailor. 

Hambleton .V H. dentist. 

Happy Hour Theatre. R C Brvan mngr. 

Hill L C, agt W F ,Ji Co exr>." 

Holts Heigtits Water Co, Honey Grove 
Cotton Oil Co owners. 

Honey Grove Cotton Oil Co (capital 
$100,000), J T Holt pres, F W Up.der- 
wood vice -pres, W J Erwin sec and 
mngr, W D Wllkins treas. 

Honey Grove Ice & Light Co. F Messcrer 
propr. 

Honey Grove Lumber & Grain Co (capi- 
tal $20,000). J F Stog-^r I. res. ,T P Steger 
sec and treas, C E Doss mngr. 

Honey Grove Signal (weekly). J H Low- 
ry publr. 

Hofikins J P, restaurant. 

James Robert, wagon yard. 

James & Totten (Robert Jame.t. E E 
Totten). automobiles. 

Joiner C tl, grocer. 

Joiner J C, physician. 

La Hue Annie Ms. propr Yeager House. 

La Master L C, real estate and ins. 

La -Master J D. marble works. 

Lane Bros (R D and S Ml. dry goods. 

Lawrence -Marie Mrs. milliner. 

Laws A W. mngr Mackay Tel & C Co. 

Lowry J H, imblr Honey Grove Signal 

Lyon, Gray Lumber Co, James A Crow- 
son mngr. 

McGaughey &■ Sons (Mrs B F. S K and 
H W), grocers, 

McKinney K G Hardware Co (capital 
$12,000). E G McKinnev pres. J C 
McKinney vlce-pres. G H McKinney 
sec and trens. 

Mackay Telegraph & Cable Co, A W 
Laws mngr. 

Marr J M, blacksmith. 

Messerer F, restaurant. 

-Vlims R F, tailor. 

Morris W E. jioultry breeder. 

Mover J D, publr Texas Citizen, 

N'eblett H K, grocer. 

Nesbett J H, physician. ' 

Nicholson G I', blacksmith. 

Petty Gin (Honey Grove Cotton Oil Co). 

Planters' National Bank (cajiital $75,000), 
R J Thomas pros, P Wliceler. C L Wood 
and W B Vaughn vice-pres, J c 
McKinney cashr. 

Price P M Co The (capital $30000), J H 
Stciihens pres, J C .Miller vii-n-pres, P 
M Price sec and mngr, general st-ire. 

Price ifc Lewellen (.S L Price, .S L Lew- 
ellen), me,ats. 

Reed Wess. furn and undertaker 



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Richardson. Blocker Hardware Co (capi- 
tal $30,000), A \V Richardson pres. K 
£■ Blocker vice-pres, T F Williamson 
sec and treas. 

Rogers J R, bill poster. 

Rowen R S. apt G C &- S F Hy. 

Savaice Harvey H. pliysician. 

Schrelber H \V, jeweler and optician. 

Scott Bro.s (\V (.: and G \V), srocers. 

Shirley Tin & Plumhinfr Co. W J Lange 
mngr. 

Singer E, baker. 

Smith J W, turn and undertaker. 

Southwestern Tel & Tel Co. Tom Tate 
mngr. 

Starkey J W & Sons (J W. J T and P), 
meats. 

Stephens J B. real estate and ins. 

Stewart W H. cotton gin. 

Suttle G N. clothes cleaner. 

Tate Tom, mngr Southwestern Tel & 
Tel Co. 

Tattep E E Mrs. poultry breeder. 

Texas Citizen The (weekly). J U Moyer 
publr. 

Thompson J L. restaurant. 

Transcontinental Compress Co, J B Grant 
mngr. 

Trout Bros (C B and L, W), grocers. 

Ubell Gin (Honey Grove Cotton Oil Co). 

Vaughn T H. propr City Hotel. 

Vaughn W B, phj'sician. 

Warren J I. real estate and lawyer. 

Wheeler Bert, confectioner. 

Whitley J W, dentist. 

Wllkins. Wood & I'atteson (\V D Wil- 
kins, C L V/ocd, L) E I'atteson), general 
store. 

Williams S B, wacon mnfr. 

WlUlamson-Spelce Co (capital $51,600), 
T B Spelce pres, \V A A\ilIiamson vice- 
pres, J F I'arrish sec. T K William- 
■ son treas, general store. 

Wilson G W. vet surgeon. 

Wilson J A, whol grocer. 

Windom Gin (Honev Grove Cotton Oil 
Co). 

YEAGKU HOUSK, Mri. Anule 1m Hue 
Propr. 



HOXEV ISLAND. 

Population 540. On the G.. C. & S. F. 
Ry., In Hardin county, S miles from 
Kountze, the county seat and banking 
point. Telephone connection. P. S. Wig- 
feins, postmaster. 

Myer R A Lumber Co. lumber mnfrs. 
Swearingen M, ph\'sician. 
TEX.AS I.VMiIKU >I\K(; CO 'rfUO, I" s 

Wiggins Sec, Lumber ilntrs. 



lIOOK.«. 

Population 400. (Jn the T. & P. 



Rv 



In Bowie county. 8 miles from Boston. 

the county seat. Has Haptist, Lutheran. 

Methodist an(l Presbyterian churches, a 

bank and a newspaper Tel.. W. I'.; Exp.. 

W., F. & Co. Telepiione C(»nnection. Geo. 

A. Lawrence, postmaster. 

Bullard Ed. blacksmitli. 

CoUom I M, cotton buyer. 

Connell C E, blksmith and wagonmkr. 

Cranfill .llm & Co, confectioners. 

Cranflll Mortimer, restaurant. 

Cuthbertson W M. livery. 

Dagnell J H & Co, ijenl store. 

George S H. general store. 

Gibson W L & Co. genl store. 

Gibson & Co. turn and hdwe. 

Guaranty State tiank ( capital .$10,000). E 

L King pres, .T H fJraden caslir. 
Hooks Gin Co. cotton gin. 
Hooks Herald (weekly), M AV West 

publr 
Hooks Water Co, H F Borcherding pres 
Lawrence George, eoaon buyer. 
Lawrence George .\. genenil store. 
Lumbiey B F. general store. 
Lynch Bros, saw mill. 
Lynch Ed, c(intracLor. 
NICHOLS <t IIM.VUKN, rjeneriil IiiMiirance 

and Land .Agents. 
Phelps W 1". cotlon buyer. 
Robert.son C C. r r, e\r and tel agt 
Schrooder C H. prodtice. 
Schroeder George. iif*tel. 
Smitii C F, cotton "e'gher. 
Smitli E H, townsite mnyr. 
Smltli .1 (^ contractor. 
Smith .1 W. lirol<er 
Smith & Guinn. general store. 
Stuart Plug Co. ilriigs anil jewelers 



Stuart .J \V. livestoek. 
West M \V, publr Hooks Herald. 
Wilder John H. jiliysloian. 
Williamson J E, physician. 



HOOVKH. 

Population 2d. Ill Gray county, 10 
miles nortli of Lefors. tlie county seat, 
and ~\ from I'ampa the nearest bank- 
ing point. E. 1). .McClain. postmaster. 
American Loan and Livestock Co, W D 

.Jordan mngr. cattle i:reeders. 
Curtis R J, cattle breeder. 

IIOIIGKK. 

Population 20. In .lasper county, 1,1 
miles from .Iasi)er. the count}' seat and 
banking point, and 5 from .Mdridge, tiie 
nearest shipping point. A. Hopson. 
postmaster. 
Williams Bros Lumber Co. lumber rnntrs. 



HOUTE.ViSK. 

Population 50 In l"olk county. IS 
miles southwest of Livingston, the "coun- 
ty seat, and 8 from .Moscow, tlie nearest 
banking and shiiiping point. F. B. Han-J- 
le>', postmaster. 
H.VNDLEY UROS, tleurral Store. 



HOT \m:i.ls. 

Population 20. On the G., H. & S. A 
Ry., in El Paso county. 115 miles south- 
east of El Paso, the county seat, and 11 
from Van Horn, the nearest bankinu 
point. Tel., W. U.: E.vp.. W.. F. & Co. 
Telephone connection. J. L>. Hackett 
postmaster. 
H.VCKETT .1 I), I'r«i>r Hut W ell» Hath 

House and Townsite. 
Hot Wells Hotel. .Mrs S M Ballew propr. 
Jett H O Ai Sons, cattle breeder. 

HOISE. 

Population To. In Fort Bend county. 
20 miles from Kiclimond. the county 
seat and usual l>aiiking point. Is a 
st-ition on the Su^-.ai Land and I. tt G 
N. Rys. Exp.. W.. F. i<.- Co. Teleplioiie 
connection. J. W. ("arroll. postmaster 
.Areola Su.gar Mills Co. 
C.MtltOLL J W, l-ostiiiHMler iind Itallroail 

.Vgent. 
Hamilton & Graham, general store and 

potato shippers. 
Kelly «t Hemsey, general store and cot- 
ton gin. 
People's Store, general store. 
Tigner W X, potato shipper. 
Wilson W, agt W F *c Co exp. 

HOI STO.V. 

The City of Houston is one of the first 
products of the !iew Repulilic of Texas. 
Founded b.v the .VUeii family and Gen- 
eral tfam Houston after the defeat of th-^ 
.Mexicans at San Jacinto, .\pril 21, 183ti, 
and named in honor of tlie illustrious 
Texan who won Texas independence, the 
new town was founded to be the chief 
cit.v in the new reijublic and Today 
maintains the same pcjsitifin as the chief 
city of the State of Texas, with a popula- 
tion of 130,000 or more persons. 

When Me.xico w a.s forced to reiinquisii 
claims to Texas in ISSC the victorie 
Texans threw off the mantle of warfare 
to face a much more stupendous task — 
that of the governing of a great undevol- 
Oi>ed empire, twice tlie size of .Tapan .and 
s2o iriiles in len:;t(i from ni>rth to south 
and 740 miles wide from east to west. 

Establishment of the chief city or cap- 
ital was the rirst task and it w.as decirled 
to place it at a jmint eas.v of .-access b 
w0.ter, which was then the chief method 
of transportatifin. \vith the exception of 
overland, yet far enough inland from th 
coast to he safe from tropical and Gulf 
storms. 

That point was de'ermineil at the head 
waters of the HulT.du I'.avou. fifty niil>s 
inland. I' was pi ./posed ti> found the 
town on land owned liv tlie Harris fatn 
llv. but a disagreement with the .Mle 
familv on land ni.vttei:; forced the .\11eii 
to desert the Harri.-iliurg town project 
and come th-ee miles fuithei up tlie 
Havou. where they founded Houston 
Tod.'iv the town of Harrisliiii-L:- is but 
little bnrger. If am'. thMii when foiinde.l 



, suburb of the City of Hous- 



aiid now is 
ton. 

So Houston was founded. The wisdom 
of the forefathers in la>'ing out tlie cit.\- 
on a navigable stream has proveil the 
greatest factor in the upbuilding of 
Houston. Long since the old ii.ame of 
Huffalo Bayou has given away to the 
more distinctive name of "Houston Sliip 
Channel," and the old b.iyou. still ;i.n 
.arm of the sea, has been deepened To a 
lepth of 25 feet and wiilened to 20ii feet 
at the bottom, and the ships of oceaii 
commerce are entering the Innd-loekerl 
port of Houston over its pl.acid waters. 

The Ship (Channel is Houston's greatest 
commercial asset. It lias given tlouston 
the water rate, while ti'atlic m-'r its 
waters amount to over SS.'i.OOO.OO'i an- 
nually. Houston is a port of elitr\ and 

cu.stom house is maintained. The im- 
provement of the channel to a dejith of 
25 feet has just been made under an 
ivppropriation of .?2.."i0(i.n00, the work Vie- 
ing directed b.v United States engineers. 
The City of Houston by agreement with 
the government forever .guai'antees to 
m.aintain free wharf facilities, so no com- 
merce over the wharves .at Houston will 
be subject to tax. 

Houston is the railroad center of the 
southwest, 17 railroads entering the city 
and making their terminus. ( )ver IdO 
passenger trains operate in and out of 
Houston daily. Houston is the lar'-;est 
railro.'ul center and deep water port com- 
bined in the south. Houston is general 
headquarters for the .'^unset -Central 
Lines (Southern Pacific Lines in Lou.^si- 
ana and Texas), the Internatioiuil .-uid 
Great Northern Railway, the Texits- 
Frisco Lines and the Trinity and lirazos 
Valley Railroad. 

The only general olfice building of 
Southern I*acific I^ines is at Houston, the 
nine-story half-million dollar geiieial 
oflices of the Sunset-Cental Lines, ,\ 
modern half-million dollar hospital is 
maintained in Houston by the Souttiem 
Pacific. 

The shops of the .Sunset-Central Ijjiies 
-and of the Houston and Texas Centr.il 
Railroad are in Houston. Nearly 2..'t'iii 
men are employed in the great shops of 
the Texas and New Orleans R.ailro.i' 
and over 500 men in the shops of the 
Houston a.rid Texas Central. 

Houston is the finnne.ial center of the 
southwest, with jnore banking capitiil, 
greater clearings and greaTer deposits 
than any city in Texas, iieposits subject 
to check average $4.">.0(Ui.ono while bank 
clearings are second onl\' to New i ir - 
le.ans of any souttierii eitv. Several 
costly and modern buildings house Hous- 
ton financi,a1 institutions. 

Houston is the largest inl,an<l port cot- 
ton market in the world, handling iie.irl\- 
.-i.orio.ooo bales annualb. or the liiilk- of 
the crop of Texas and iiklahoma, Hoiis- 
tr»n lias greater concentration facilities 
of ari.v city in Tex.as and a comiiressing 
eaiiacity of S.OOO.OOii bales per year. The 
greatest item of commerce over the .'sliiti 
Channel is cotttm. and the channel alone 
saves over $6.000. nod annually to the cot- 
ton producers of Texas as it reduces for 
.a haul of 50 miles the railroad rate of 
21 cents per hundred [jouiids to si.x cents. 

tlouston is the oil center of Texas. 23 
oil corporations with a combined catiital 
of ?70. 1100. 000 being dmiiieiled in iloiis- 
lon. One corpoi-ation. The Texas Com- 
pany, is capitalized at $50.iMlll.000. 

Jlouston is tile lumber center of the 
southwest, 49 lumber corporations with 
a combined cajiital of $4ll.ll(in.O00. being 
domiciled 17' Houston. .\nnual business 

amounts to $.37.»ll».0(lli. The cut is - 

lined .almost entirely to long le.af yellow 
pine, great for*'Sts of whb-h are located 
within a few n::lc^: of Houston. 

Houston is the industrial .'ir.il manu- 
facturing centei of Texas with 347 manu- 
facturing itisti'.ul ions, turning out 2^2 
different articles and emplo.ving ki.miki 
factory workers. The annual industrial 
p.iyroU of Houston is in excess of $10.- 

il'ill lino 

Houston Is the sugar and rice t'l-nter 
of Texas, being in the center of the pto- 
din-ing reuion for lioth ceniniod i t i« s 



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Houston has 40 tall buildings of six 
stofies and over, ran^iu;; up to IS stories, 
which is more skyscrapers of six storit-s 
and over than possessed by any other 
city of eciuai populatitin in the world. 

Houston has fireater modern hotel 
facilities than any city in the south, hav- 
inpT -00 more rirst class hotel rooms than 
New Orleans, the nearest competitor. 
The Rice Hotel of IS stories, containinj^ 
tlOD Kuest rooms and costins $3,aOO.00ti, 
is the largest and costliest hotel in the 
south. 

The largest and most modern conven- 



is famed for its ^reat Hice Institute, '.\\ 
co-educational institution l4»r ilie arl- 
vancement of lettei s. soifiien and art 
Tuition is free. The institute is a .trift tt 
Houston by the late 'VVIUiani Marsh P.ici 
who left an endowment fund ft.>r the 
purpose, whicli now totals ovtM- $10,- 
OOO.ono. ^nakin^■ Hice Institute the sev- 
enth richest institutictn of It-arnini:: in 
the country. Thirty-three buildinj^s are 
proposed in the acadnmic plan, four of 
w^hich are completed anil two (jthois un 
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Caiiinil $B.OIIU). Ailolf \Vesl!,f .M. 1 I';. ~. 

Sam I^ !ilournber;r St>c anil Tt* as. .^:'i: - 

Hue and Forw arrting 150S C'lmmerc- av 

<Spo pas^e 567.) 
APT .Me.s.senser Service. -"7 M<K:-e- 

Buriiftt bldif. 
Abhdti iN'ewtoii C. lawyer 70:i First Natl 

Kanl; hMfr. 
AI)do .John, cunfr 1006 WilK.w 
Alit^icrombie Ijeonard A, re.Tl nstatt- .'11 

First Xatl i;aiik blclj;. 
Abi'anison Isaac, tirocer 191 '"* I'owlir. _. 
AC'.*l)imV «l' TIIR INTAIINATi; \V(1KI> 

AM) IIMO.S.SKO SACS{A>IK\T. l-.-r 

the (.'hai't;e <>f Nuns of the iiir;trr,.i:e 

Word, Jlother Masdalen Suin-i lor. ."r 

Capitol av and Crawford t -■'■ee \K\i^i: 

367.) 
Ackley Theodore B. wood 101 Hill and 

2609 Hardy. 
Acme Auto Repair Co. L. T ?vKFarland 

mntjr, 606 Capitol av. 
ACMK rKKD MILL, H C Flxchrr IVopr. 

Wholesale Feed and Grain. .'^> i'.L»r .iri.l 

Roanoke. 
Acme Laundry. R A Beard r: njcr, 1402 

Houston av. 
Acme Sisn Works (F D Tallr.,-.n. H W 

Wallace). 406 San .Tacinto 
Acord Kdwai-d B, dairy ws Cl.-^.jk. ^i mt 

n of Morri.s. 
Acord Georg-e R. dairy Clark. lU mi n 

of Morris, 
Adams George, fiirn 1101 Fi'nrkjin av, 
Adams Henrv .1. confr 305'-. >-a;i F'^lit'e. 
Adams J T) &■ Co, S W Tur;.-rr mner. 

road machiner>' 1103 Monis-omery av. 
Adams Rachel L. llr.«, dairy cr H.'Al and 

N K Rosalie, . 
Adams & Cummings (Wm H A.".a.-.-is: lie- 



troit, Mich), R ,T Cunimini.-s : 
engrs 203 Stewart bide. 
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tion hall in the south is in Houston — 
the ^reat Municipal Aunitorium. recently 
completed at a cost of J-JOO.OOO. It seats 
7.000 persons, and lO.OiiO can be aecom- 
modated within seeing; and hearint^ dis 
tance of the sta^e. it was built i)y the 
city and paid for out of the f^eneral 
revenues of the city. 

lMunici])al government in Houston is by 
commission form. Taxable valuations 
are $11 0.dOO.OtiO. the f^r»-ntest of any city 
in Texas and the taxable valuation of 
Harris county, of which Houston is the 
county seat, is $1 2s.o0n.i)0n. the >?reatest 
of any counry in Texas. 

Houston is an all the year 'round city. 
A pleasant winter resort, warmed by 
Oulf tratb s, and cool in summer, fanned 
by <;ulf winds. It is a hosjiitable cit 
where thi- true southern hospitality is 
exemplified. It possesses a historical 
int*-rest in that fifteen milt-s below the 
city on the Houston Ship Channel, th< 
df-cisiV'^ battle of San Jacinto u^as fouprh 
April 21. 1^?.0. which v.on indepemlenct 
for Texas from Mexico. This sacred 
spot is now reserved by the state as a 
public park and is known as San ./acinto 
Battlefield. It is reached by boat or 
automobile, takinpr the Harrisbuip," or 
Telephone roads. 

Houston is one of thf wonderful new 
cities of tlie south. Jt set the pace for 
skyscraper buildint^ by erectin.e; twenty 
building's of from seven to eicrhteen 
stori^'S within a period of two years. Tht 
investnieiit fur tiiis building- activity ac- 
Kret;ated ?1 s.ikmi.OOii for the period. This 
skyscrap«-r period b»*^?an in 1910 and will 
continue until Houston reaches the idepl 
she has set out to r^ach — that of the 
metropoli.*^ of the south. 

There are many places of interest In 
Houston and in the rounty. Har^-is 
county has o^■'-r .100 miles tjf i>aved Vioule- 
vartls, all converKini^ at Houston 

Points of Interest around Houston are 
the liaitletield. the $ 1 0.noif.miK Hice Insti- 
tut*-, south on Main strt^et; th-' deep si-'a 
fishing* and tjathin^" within an hr»ur's 
ridt- of Houston antl bijr jcame hunting 
within two hours' ride. 

Houston as a M^reat educational renter 




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opened in the fall of 1912. The institute 
estate covers 100 acres and the grounds, 
quadi-an^les and courts are magnirtcently 
beautified. 

Houston is well equipped for schools. I 
having 1'. public .city school buildiny^sl 
for white pupils and 10 puVilic schools! 
for colored. In the suburi>s tViere are| 
21 publir schools for white pupils. There; 



are 4fi select anrl i)T'ivate sch( 
ludinf^ Kice Institute. Some of th 
and newest public buildings in Houston 
are dt-voted to school pui-poses notably 
the new Rusk sehool costinjr $17r>.000: 
new How school, rrjstinu $115.ii0o: Crock- 
ett and Longfellow schools, both new and 
costing each JT.'i.oom: new N'oith Side 
Junior Hi;:,'h school costinir $130,000 and 
the fine South Side Junior Hi^li sehool' 



Adder Machine Co The CVVirK-s Barre. 
Pa.), V IJ Stitt Hist mnL-r TrXiiS and 
New Mexico. Dalla.«:. (Ii --r. wood »k 
Master sales aj^ts, mnfrs \V.i!e« Visi- 
ble Adding and Listing Mach:r.es, J14 
Levy bldA. 

Addressa^iaph Co fChlcaA'o. HI ■■ Arthur 
Hutchinson sales mn^ci". a.itiressintr 
machines .^02 Chronicle Hid;.'. 

'rocer -'0 N K Jack- 



now und< r construction. This buildinj^i 
will cost $2.tO.(k»o. located on a site cost- 
ing.: $22'..n(j[). U will be completed for 
the opeiiinjr of the school term in the 
fall of HM4. 



)t in-iAdels .Abraham G. 
finest son. 

Adkins Nathaniel, restr 1011 Schwartz. 
Adoue-Blaine Hardware Co, G e' Gillan 

receiver. 702 Main. 
Aetna Knitiltiecrin^; & Construrtion Co 
(capital .?25.rt00), l> J Haire pres anrl 
PT-nl mnur. 1116 Union Xatl Bk bldir. 
Ae'na I..lfe Insurance Co. ''h.irles il 
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Pres and Treas. 
■\V B .Iiin.es Sec. 
Broadway. 



Air-Stop tiupply Co. 1' K i'lwne nin^r, 
3)4 ChronicI,- Bldu. 

AjaN-Grieb Rubber Co (Xew York). 
Frank W Slaytoii act. auto tires 714 
Capitol av. 

Akehurst Roy L, phys 204 Levy bldfr. 

AkerB James L. confr '.'05 Main. 

Akin John S, real est basement Beattv 
bldg. 

Akron Rubber Co, M A Foose miigrr. 
1405 Main. 

Al..*-COI.,A COMP.VW 
$«0.000), T P Bishoii 
F W Jirou Vice l^res 
Mnfrs Fountain Syrup 20 
iSee papre 54!*.) 

Albert A Henry, procer 3520 German. 

Albertson Benjamin F. acct 213 Com'I 
Bank bldK. 

Albin Charles R, meats 2401 German. 

Albinus lOmil, tailor lOlBS Cnnpiess av. 

Albrecht Menry, oounty dist clerk Court 
House. • 

Albrecht Wm. dairj- '/' nii w of Main, Vi 
ml s of S A & A P Ry. 

AU'is & Coroneos (Peter Alois. Peter 
Coroneos). confrs 314 Pallas av. 

Alco Auto Sales Co. F. T Barden Ken] 
mngr, auto trucks 111 ilain. 

AI-UKRSO.N-STILLR-I-ORCt; CO (Cillil- 
tal S20.000), A H Stille Pres. A D Alder- 
son Vice I'res and Sales Mn^ii, 1> L 
Way Sec. D M Tourtellott Treas, In- 
vestments and Real Instate 324 First 
Natl Bank Bldg. 

Aldridge John H. accident ins 314 S P 
bldg. 

Aleo Charles, grocer 1402 Jackson. 

Alexander Charles A. clothini^ 1117 Con- 
gress av. 

Alexander Geofge. restr 1509 Congress 
av. 

Alexander Joseph 15, je\\'eler 421 Har- 
vard, Ho Hts. 

Alexander Josephine, grrocer ISOtj Mat- 
thews. 

Alkemeyer E Co The fine). Edward Alke- 
meyer pres and treas. O .1 L^-nch sec. 
Wm Rosenbush genl mnsr. dept store 
810 Prairie av. 

Allbrltton' Luther L, restr 420 Trav" 

Allen Augustus C. lawyer 517 Binz 

Allen Harry H, shoes 317 '■. Maiin 
1003 H Congress av. 

Allen James F. phys 602':- Main. 

Allen Leonardo, phys 612 Union 
Bank bid if 

Allen Levaniel V, la\v.ver 419':; Milam 

Allen Nathaniel N, phys 601 Scanlan 
bldg. 

All^'n NoUie E, grocer 502 Dowlinc:. 

Allen V/alter G, restr 171!) Mairnolia av 

Alien Wm M, grocer 1!101 Live Oak. 

Allen & Caspersen (Claud K Allen, 
Chai'lcs A Caspersen). pawnbrokers 
908 Preston av. 

Allen & Croom (Henderson .Vllen. Wm 
Croom). express KJlC'o t-'on£<i-ess av. 

Alltceyer Cotton Co (Inc), (' I-; .-MIyeyer 
New Orleans) pres. .Tules Gebhardt 
vice pres. llenrj' Buri:nard i N'eu Or- 
leans) Sec and treas, I14>2 Main. 

Alliance Brokerage <-'o (A\'m G Twyman), 
rice brokers, cor Walnut and H & T C 
R R. 

Alliance Rice & Milling Co ( Wm G Twv- 
man), cor Walnut and II JC- T r K R. 

Allison E S Land Co (l';mmert S Allison), 
212 Beutty bldg. 

Allison-Richev Gulf Coast Home Co 
(capital $10,000), W P. Allison pres, .1 
L Allison vice-pres: It II Allison sec 
and treas, lands. 201 Carter bldg. 

AI.l.lSON-RHHi;V I, XND CO (Cni>ltiit 
tSOO.DOO), W R .\llis.,!i Pre.s. W K 
Richey Vice-Pres. U H .Allison Hec and 
Treas, Intniigration and Colonization. 
2d floor Carter Bldg. 

Allison & Land (Emmert S .\Uisori. John 
T Land), real est 212 Beatty bldg. 

Al.'sbury F H 4i Co (.-\rlingion A .\ls- 
burv), bridge contrs .'',04 Coml Bank 
bldg. 

Alston & Maguire CWillis 
George E .Maguire), dairy 
m n of Morris. 

Althage Edward H, auto livery 1S16 State 

Alvin Japanese Nursery Co (capital 
$225,000), .S Aval pres. S Imura vice- 
pres, S Kato sec and treas. SIO Main. 



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.vi.vi.x .\M) HOI .s r(i> ( ri':.v>ii':k V 

Ct» (Capital S40.U0O), W B IHdand I'res. 
.1 N Nicholson Sec and Treas, Geoi-.ge 
Comley Genl Mngr. Butter Makers, 
1711-13 Magnolia av. 

American Automatic Music Co, J W 
Eisenminger mngr, 1*05 Arthur. 

ASIKIUfAN HRE^VI^-« associatiox 
(Capital S600.000), W J Althans Vice- 
Pies. H Prince Sec and Treas and 
Mngr, 2d bet R R and Girard. 

.Vnierican Construclion Co (Inc), S B 
Houx pres and treas. %V J Hardwick 
vice-pres. J E JlcMahon sec, genl 
contrs 911 Carter bldg. 

.\nierican l>istrict Telegraph Co, R D 
Gould mupr, messenger service 913 
Franklin av. 

.\merican Express Co, A G McWhorter 
agt, 115 M.lin. 

.American Home & Investment Co (cap- 
ital $50. (,00). George M MacDonald 
pres and treas, J H Tallman sec, 303 
Paul bldg. 

.American Laundry cS: Dye "Works (Inc), 
,S R Pickens pres, E J Heinrlch sec, 
1304 Washington. 

.Am.erican Loan & Mortgage Co (Inc). 
Arch Maclionald pres, C C Beavens 
vice-pres. ELM Beavens sec and treas, 
711 Chronicle bldg. 
\>II;KICAN Mri.TIGR.VPH S.VLES CO 
ii'K-veland. Ohio). George K Wassell 
I >i vision Sales Mngr. Mnfrs Multigraph. 
Folding and Sealing Machines 711-712 
Union Natl Bank Bldg. 

American Mutual Benefit Assn of Hous- 
ton (Inc), W B Cogle pres. Wm Nick- 
erson jr sec, fraternal insurance 419 V2 
Milan. 

.American National Ins. Co of Galveston, 
Jacob S Harris supt, 401 Prince 
Theatre Bldg. 
\n(erican Sulphur Royalty Co (Inc), E 
F Simms nres, George Hamman sec 
and treas 922 (Chronicle bldg. 

.\merican Surety & Casualty Co (capital 
$200,000), .lonathan Lane pres, E B 
Harris asst sec and treas S07 Chron- 
icle bldg. 

American A'ulcanizing Co (John H Lee, 
Rohde R Reynolds), 1117 Prairie av. 

American Well & Prosjiecting Co (Cor- 
sicana). Walker Ellis mngr, well sup- 
plies 511 Washington. 

.\nierman C H C. lawyer 309 Prince 
Theatre bldg. 

.\mi'S Lewis, restr 2729 Glass. 

.\mical)le Life Insurance Co, G G Maurer 
mngr 502 Beatt\ bldg. 

.\nast,'S L i- -A (Lizzie and Angel), dry 
goods 713 San Felipe. 

Anderson Abel G. meats 2421 McKinney 

Anders. )n Alice. re:5tr 101!i Vine. 

.\nilerson .America L .Mrs. grocer 210 \V 
!ith av. Ho Hts. 

Anderson, ^lavton & Co (Oklahoma 
City). M r> .A'nderson mngr, cotton 207 
Cotton Exch bldg. 

Andersfin Iiaisv. grocer 814 W 26th av. 
Ho Hts. 

-Anderson Edgar P, real est 223 First 
Natl Bank bl.lg. 

\nderson KiUvin .\, drugs S04 . .ain. 

Anderson r rank E. lawyer 314 Kiani bldg 

Anderson Frank S, lawyer 305 Settegast 
bldg., 

Anderson H W & Co (Harry \V Ander- 
son. George W Myres), auto livery 
!iI2'- Prairie a v. 

.Anderson John I >, grocer 511 San Felipe 

.Anderson .lohn H, giocer 3111 I'olk av. 

.Anderson Joseph S, auto livery 410 Mc- 
Ilhenny av. 

Anderson Lewis, ser-treas and general 
mngr Brazos Hotel Co 7(l7 Washington. 

AmUrson .Marv E Mrs, restr 717 Pannni. 

Anderson Mott. grocer 2301 Uowliiig. 

.Anderson Stirlinu 1), gasoline hghling 
lllfi Preston av. 

Anderson Win. fruitH 511 Milam. 

Anderson Wm W, lawyer 801 Union .N'atl 
Bank iildg. 

-Andresfii (Instav M, meats 3317 Wash- 

.\M)Ki;\VS AHVKRTISIXi SKHVHF. 

(M L n Andrews), Outdoor .\dvcrtlsing 
:n M (*aroline 



v.M)i«i;\\ s. iiALi, A; s riii;i: r>i .V X 

(Frank .Andrews. Thomas H Ball. Sam 
Streetmaii, Coke K Burns. .lohn G 
Logue. J A Moblev, W S llailev. R C 
Fulbright, it H Kelly, W L Cook. J J 
Ellis Jr). Lawyers 12th Floor Union 
Natl Bank bldg. 

-Andrews Robert L. grocer 40S Milam. 

-Andrews ,fc Kirsopp (Mark E Andrews, 
Wilkiixson Kirsoi>p), cotton brokers 202 
Cotton Exch bldg. 

-Andrus Will C, real est 413 Stewart 
bldg. 

-Angier Ezwoh H, real est 1117 Union 
.Natl Bank bldg. 

-Anit.a Pharma.cy, J E Meyer mngr, 502 
-Anita av. 

.VXTILL A II.\RING (Jnines Antlll, -li- 
bel t Baring), Gener.al Building Con- 
tractois 2101.; Main. (See page 531.) 

Antoni Ernst J, mattress mnfr 217 Pres- 
ton av. 

-Vjifelfelder Charles, tailor 1107'/2 Con- 
gress a v. 

-Vppel Her.ry. cabinetmkr 712 Prairie av. 

-Apperson-PuUrnan Auto Sales Co, 
Charles R Hanson mngr, 705 Rusk av- 

-Appleton Frank G, plumber 836 Cort- 
landt, Ho Hts. 

-KIU.V I'lRA nOTTI,I-\G \\«Rlv!<, Wm 
R Eckhardt Jr Propr. Distilhd Water 
and Bottlers Soft Drinks 1919 Craw- 
ford. 

.Arapales Bros (Theo and Thomas), 
clothes cinrs 1005 Congress av. 

-Arclier (George V, real est 5 Kiam bldg. 

Archei- Wm -A. pb\'s 32 Young av. 

Areola .Sugar Mills Co (Inc). Kate 
Scanlan pres. -Andrew Dow vice-pres. 
W N Brown sec, 707 Scanlan bldg. 

-Argenbright Robert H, meats 1512 
Chartres. 

-Argenbright & Dellinger (Robert H Ar- 
genbright, K E Dellinger), meats 34fi 
W 19th av. Ho Hts. 

Arnibruster -\nthon\'. IauTulr.\' 1402 
Houston av. 

.VR.MISTI-.AI) <;HOR<;i:. Cntton Seed 
Products and Fertilizer JIaterials 2001- 
2019 Nance. 

Armistead ,*t Oliver (George Armistead, 
Henry ()li\-er). warehouse 2001 Nance. 

Armour & < "o, K W Wooldridge mngr, 
whol nu.'ats 102i) (Vimmerce ;vv. 

-AKMS'I'HONG IIAIvl'-lt \V. I''uel Oil Deal- 
er ( Wliolesale). 404 Cotton Exchange. 

Aimstroiig Edward -\I. phvs 7 13 Union 
-Vatl Bank bldg. 

Armstrong Wm J. lawvei 719 Union 
-Natl Bank bldg. 

AUM>1 KI«A\K F. Heal lOsOile r.l7-.'.ls 
First XatI P.ank lUdg. 

-Ariudd ICnga .\l, phvs 'ill Union Natl 
Hank bl'lg. 

.Arnold John, restr 1514 Texas av, 

-Aiiiidd Joseph P, dentist 905 Union 
-Vail Bank bldg. 

-Arnold Wm P. dairv !is Westheiiner rd, 
1 m w of G H & S .A Ry. 

Arnold &• Son (Henry .A and Heniy -A 
jr). real est 301 l.inz bldg. 

-Arnstein French Dr.v (Meaning Co (Her- 
man, Louis and Henry -Arnstein). 1022 
McKinnev av. 

-Arpin J B Dredging Co (J B and E P 
Arpin. C AI Woosler). 422 Binz bldg. 

-Ai tale Frank (_", giocer San Fidipe rd, 
3 blks w of G. H & S A Ry. 

-Alto Wm J. grocer Eureka Jn. 1 in w of 
Brunner. 

-Artusy Eugene, tish 114 Travis. 

-Aseptol Chemical Co. C H Edge pres. 
tooth paste mnfr 517 Union Natl Bank 
bldg. 

Ash James 11, medicine mnfr 504 E 12th 
av, Ho Hts. 

Ashe Charl.s E. judge lllh judicial dist 
court. Courthouse. 

-Askin-.Mariii" Store, H J Colin 
clothing 1203 Congress av. 

.Associated .Adjustment Bureau. 
Chestei- mngr, collections 219 
.Natl Hank bldg. 

,Atkinson, c.ralK'in & .Atkinson (Horatio 
N and .Norman .Mkiiisoii. Gu.v Gra- 
ham). Iaw\eis 3(17 Stewart bldg. 

.Atlanta .St West Point R R ("o, Ely En- 
sign southwestern pass agt, 411 Union 
Natl Bnnl< bl.lg. 

Atlanti'-. I'.uir ,<- i'aciiic Co (New York), 
I, T (iavl.'iil mngr. .Iredglng contrs 308 
First ,N'atl Bank lildg. 



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Atlas Realty Co (.M Hassist), .'ioi Lum- 
bermen's Bank bidLr. 

Attaway ,Sr. Hilton (David Attaway, M L 
Hilton), livery 415 Louisiana. 

Attoyac River Lumber Co (Inc), J I' 
Carter pres, V M Lacy sec. 1213 Carter 
bids. 

Al'DIT COMPANY OF THE SOl'TH- 
'\\UST, Charles Byers Genl -Mnsr. Tub- 
lie .Accountants anrl .\utUturs . 415-417 
Commercial Bank r.ldg-. t.See right 
top corner cards ar.d pa^'e 507.) 

Auditorium Grocery Co ( Inc), W K 
Mushaway pres, G C Musha\va>" vice- 
pres,-.J L Mushaway sec. J J Musha- 
\\'ay treas, 1013 McGowen av. 

Auditorium Investment Co (Inc). N E 
;)leador pres, F J Heyne sec and treas, 
901 Clironiele bld^. 

Austin Minnie n ^Irs. milliner 412 W 
18th av. Ho Hts. 

Auto Body Repair Co (K H -Armhaus, 
-Alex.'inder Klein). 30:< Smith. 

Auto Co The. F \V Lelaiid mnar. auto- 
mobiles 417 Kan Jacinto. 

.\uto Gasoline Service Co, Albert J 
Phillips inngr. se cor Hai'risliurg rd 
and DumMe. 

Auto Supplv Co. Kdward F Brown mngr. 
319 Chronicle bids'. 

Automatic Real Estate Co (W L ilc- 
Manus, Vinton E Caves), 1204';. Con- 
j^ress av. 

-Automobile Exchani:e. IC r> Xichols 
mngr, autoni<d)iles 2103 (^onuress a\'. 

.ilTKKV .VIJA.Il M, IMiv..;ieiilii, K.ve, Kar, 
Nose and Thi-oat 4ii.'>-r, Srtitgast Uldg. 
(See paiie 567.) 

Autrev Herbert S, acct 334 Commercial 
Bank bldfc. 

.Autrey \Vm P. pulilic stenogr 1014V4 
Prestftn i.v. 

Avf-ry B F & Sons Flow Co. Frank Ketz- 
laft' mnsT. a«rl implts 50'.i I'restnn av. 

Aves Charli-s M. phvs 40'.i (Jarter bids:. 

Avondale Hotel. N i! Knisht propc. 1217 
Main. 

Axtell Decatur R. Lawyer 507 Kiam blda. 

Aydam Emile, Krocer 1119 Gray av. 

Avers J \V Land Co. ,lohn \V .Avers muKr, 
504 Kiam bhK'. 

Baber Maude E .Mrs, public sleno.irr 916 
Carter bldp. 

Bailey .Adrian, blksmitli 2217 Odin av. 

B.-xilev Edward H. lawvt-r SOI Union 
.N'atl Bank bids. 

Bailey Eldon .M, osteopath 1006 Carter 

bid.".'. 

Bailey .lames E, restr 617 I'reston av. 

Bailev Louis H. lawvei- '.(05 Scanlan bids. 

Bailev R W. ills 617 Chronicle bidi,--. 

Bailey \V H & E H (\Vm H and Ed- 
mund H), oil producers 413 Stewart 
bide-. 

Bailey & Lyles (N'isul Bailey, James 
J Lvles). furn 2712 Odin av. 

Bain S .1 & Co (Stonewall J Bain), cot- 
ton 43 Dooley bldtr. 

Bair Wm B. lands 217 Carter bldK. 

Baird-Wicks Co ( Riitus C Baird. H D 
Wicks), tailors 41!iij Milam. 

Baisden .Tames K, cement contr 725 (Uort- 
landt. Ho Hts. 

Baker, Bolts. Parker ,lt fiarwood (James 
A Baker. Edwin B Parker. H M Gar- 
wood, Jesse .Andrews. C R Wharton. 
C L Carter, J H Tallichet. Thomas H 
Botts, J C Townes jr, \V H AValne. W 
A Parish, Pt C I'a tttrson) . lawyers fith 
fl Commercial Bank bids. 

Baker George tV, real est 3 Kiam bids. 

Baker & Lloyd ( SVm H Lloyd), live 
stock se cor Carr and Leona. 

Baldock John <), cabinetmkr 2210 Wash- 
ington. 

Baldwin &• Baldwin (Jacrdi C and Frank 
T). lawyers 919 Union .Vatl Bank 
bids. 

nAMlWIV .fc CAKCII.I, ineiljnnilil .\ 
Baldwin, Th(jmas .A Car;,'ill). Whole- 
sale Fruits and Protiuc-e I"2-4 Main. 

Ballard Otwa O, adv ast 620 Reatty 
bids. 

Ballowe John A. lawyer 1014 Union N'atl 
Bank bids. 

Ballowe Pearson I", lawyer 403 Ho Land 
& Trust i\> bids. 

P-ommel Charles t;. plumber 710 I'l-ase. 

Bammel J Albert, dairv 721 W 12th av. 
Ho Hts. 

Bancroft Horace C. real est 209 Stewart 
bids. 

Bans Charles C, Idksmith 1415 Clark. 



B.ans Jasiier If. house omver 14ni' l^aize 
IIA.VKUIC H.VKKV <'. Areliiteet .Ml lliny. 

Bids. (See pase .'lOi.) 
II.VXKKUS' THVST <<) (Cnltitiil $2,(100.- 

000; Surplus and Undivided Proht.'; 
$1)60.000), Jesse H Jones (."hairman uf 
Board. J S Rice Pres. Tom M Tavlor 
and N E Meador Vice-Prests. C .M Ma- 
lone Sec, F J Heyne Treas, Burlve 
Baker Bon<l Officer, Wm Malone Real 
Estate (Jtticer, Andrews. Ball & Street- 
man Counsel. Union N'atl Bank Bids. 

Banklar P'red V, tailor 713 Caiiitol av. 

Banner Emplo.vinent .Asency, Walter 
\\'esterman nm.uc, 1017 •, Conaress .av 

Banta Jonathan E, confr 2011 Washing- 
ton. 

H.M'TIST S.\XIT.VI51l >J * HOSI>IT\l,, 
Rev J L Gross Pres. W C Munn Vice- 
Pres. F L t4erry Sec. Rev V R Pevoto 
SujJt and Treas. se cor Ljim.ar av and 
Smith. (See pase 56S.) 

Baptist Temide Libi-ary. Lizzie McGaf- 
fe^' librarian, cor W 20th av and Rut- 
land, Ho Hts. 

Baraca Bulletin. V\' T T*eckinbaugh edi- 
tor, basement Chronicle bidg. 

Barba Robert .A, suiismith 216 San 
Jacinto. 

Barbee Willoughbv L, lawver 40S Binz 
bids. 

Fiarher ChristO()her, meats llill H.ardy. 

Barber Plumbing Co (capital $10,000i. 
M C Barlier pres. W H Warren vice- 
jires, C R Brace, sec and treas, 810 
Fannin. 

Barbera Cl'.arles. srocer 1501 Xoble. 

P.arcia Nicholas, srof'er 251 S Ttusk av. 

Bard Carroll D. furniture repr 1607 
Houston av. 

Rarden l-Zlectric ,^- IMactiini rv Co, Ed- 
mund T Barden-pres. Ill Main. 

Bars Isaac. di-\' uonrls SP.t San Felipe. 

Barker .Mexander. (iiiits (^it.\ Market. 

f-^arker I>avid, real fst 505 Kiam Ijlds. 

Barkley * Green (Keitt C Iiarkl = y. John 
1-; t^r^'en ,ir). la\v>-ers 706 Scanlan bldg. 

Barlow B Fred, dentist 4 j ' ' 2 Travis. 

Barlow Robert T, drugs 717 AVashington. 

■ IAR\R.X .\I,FI{Kn 1:, \re1ii(e<'( mid Kii- 
gineer 504-6 First -Xatl Mink Bldg. 
(See pase 568.) 

Barnes L G, r r contr 1110:11;, Congress ,av 

Barnett School The, Wm W Harnett 
Iirin :)06 Milam. 

Barnliill Kngoiie F, lawjer 1017'v Con- 



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Bai-rell Charles C. phys 416 Beatty bldg. 

Barrelta Joseph, confr 2S„'0 < irUn a^^ 

Barringer-Norton Co (Inci. M (' Norton 
Iires, H H Barringer vice-pres. J .A 
Carver sec anil treas, tailors 1007 Pres- 
ton av, 

Barron Thomas L. meats 171!) Hadley av 

Barron 6j Friedlander ( .Tesse Barron. .\ 
1* Friedlandei-). typewriters 11 116 Pres- 
ton av. 

ItAUTKI.I, AV.AHRHOISI'; CO ( llerlierl 
Kartell. Periy (J Taylori, Storase 
^\'arehouse 214 Fannin. 

Barlhold & Casey ilnc). P E Barthuld 
I>res. R "^V Franklin vice-pres, 1) E 
Casey sec and treas. bldg material 1310 
Franklin av. 

Bartliolumew Eilward E, real est 206 
Prince Theatre bldg. 

Bass Ricliard C, dentist 610 Vz Main. 

Bates Wharton, lawyer 506 Paul bids. 

Bates Wm D, lawyer 41S Woolwortli 
Iddg. 

Bates & Lewis (James Bates, Jose|)h 
Lewis), e.xpress Prairie a\' cor Travi 

Bath Felix P & Co. 10 I'oujol mngr, cot- 
ton no'i Travis. 

Battelstein Phili)), tailor 61 S Main. 

Balterson C T * Co (Charles T and Wm 
M BattersoiK. mdse brokers 208 Coml 
Bank bldg. 

Bauguss Lnmtier Co (Inc). M C Bansuss 
I>res. S P liunn yice-i>res. N E Jvellv 
sec, 1 loo Maury. 

Baumann Henr,\-, meats 2619 Rngelke. 

Bauinh.'irdt .\dam .1, idiys 4 15 Travis 

Ba\ Lumber fo (Inei. Joliii II .Sieber 
pres. R K Brn<jks vice-io-es. .1 (•: Siehei" 
sec and tri'as, ::o6 Stratforr! Hotel. 

Bay Shore IloTiesite Co ilnc). T -A Scott 
)'res, .1 I) Larkin sec and tri-as, real est 
1106 Sc;inl:in bid- 



'iay Shore (.)il ("o (Inc), Jonn C H.iie 

lir.'S. E .A .Sterling sec and treas. oil 

I>roducers 40« S P bids. 
Baver Max. blksmitli 2008 CJillette. ero- 

cer 160:; Cook. 
Bayland Oriihans" Home, James Bruce 

supt. Woodland Hts. 
B.ayou Box Co, David Peacock supt. n 

end Rot>erts. 
Bavou Citv Auto Co ijohn Walker), 71S 

Mibim. 
Ba.\'ou City Compress. Ike Levin sui>t, 

s end Hardy. 
Bayou City Drug Co (Inc), B .T Covinsr- 

ton (ires. H P Hairison sec. M V Mor- 
ris treas. 411 Milam. 
Bavou City Rice Mills. Standard Milling 

Co owners, es G H & S -A Ry, 2 blks 

s of Washington. 
P.azley .lohn. express 1110 St Cii.'.rle.- 
Beach's .Auditorium, Monta Beaci"; jiropr, 

1110 Main. 
IIKACII COM^IKHI lAI, PHOTO CO, 

Geor.se Beach Propr. 1003>.j Congre.ss 

av. (See i>ase 5 4'.' ) 
Bcacli Grace Mrs. real est 201 Lumber- 
man's Bank bldg. 
Beacli Homer, cisars 620 Main 
Beach Monta. dancing acarieniv IHO 

Main. 
Beacon Shoe Co. Herman r'.iuielsen 

mngr. 902 Texas av. 
Beard Stanley \. I.iuver 601 i'.u;! bldg. 

m;Ai:nsi,i;v tiKDiii.i', \\ . \\ h<>ie.«nic 

and Itetail Bic\ elf.- ;tnd Sun.iiies. Mo- 
torcycles, p;tc 1120 Texas av ; .-'-e page 

5.5 0.) 
Beasley Charles L. bottler 2"2" "SVash- 

inston. 
Beattv David R. oil producer '17 Beatty 

Idds. 
Beaumont Timber Co (Ltde TI. nrv B 

Fall lo-es. 609 Einz bldg, 
Beazlev John AV, la^•ver 92» Chronicle 

bldg.' 
Bea-/ley "V^'m H, phys 2d fl Kiam bids. 
Beck Geoi-ge H, nlksmith 2515 Anri. 
Becker ffarris. jeweler 912 Congress av. 
Beebe John C iilivs 203 Moore-Burnett 

bldg. 
Reek James H, adv agt 510 Chronicle 

bldg. 
Beene Samuel J. bridge contr 70>' Hamil- 
ton. 
Brlbeze TOrnest. piano tuner 160;. 'U'eb- 

ster av. 
Belden Teresa Mrs. acct SOS laul bldg. 
B.lisili Milo. installment goods S16 Sa- 

Idne. 
Belitz Conrad .T. baker S14 Preston av. 
Bell -Abraham, grocer 1112 M.ntgomery 
Bell -A (.' Live Stock Commi>-'.Ki, (.'o. .A 

Casper Bell mngr, es G H A: .s .\ P.y nr 

AVashinston. 
Bell Harrv M, dentist 205 Pear.e T'neatre 

bids. 
Bell Severa, restr M7 San FeMpe 
Bell Tbeadore H, j'Uhlic st, nogr 301 

Scanlan bUls. 
Fifdlaire Co (Inc J, r>.avid Hann.'i.ii r'fes, 

C C McRae vice-jo-es, M I. Buchanan 

sec and treas, real estate P>11 Union 

.Vatl Bank bldcr. 
Bellaire Realty .*t Building (To .caidtal 

$100.00(1). David Hannah pre-. J 'W 

Itodsers sec arid treas, 101^ Union 

Natl Bank bids. 
Bellevue Messenser it Parcel I'elivery 

Service (,A .1 Hardman. S L Harris, 

Frerl .lasse). 20^ San Jacintfi. 
Belote G (Jlem, grocer S41 I'ortland, Ho 

Hts. 
Belt Terminal Townsite Co (Ind. H T D 

"U'ilson pres, R L .Vutrey sec. real est 

303 'U'oolworth bids. 
Bender C ,*;- Sons il'.ugene L arid Frank 

V Bender), lumber 617 Willow, 
IIF.VOKIl'.S r.\<il\N<;F. (Earl I. lien- 

dei-i. Real Instate. Loans and Inve-t- 

nooils :;u5 Kiam Bid-. iS.e pH_e :,{<.} 
lir.MlI'.lt HO'I'IOK ll\l(. I< S S«%«-nrliii:rn 

.\logr. Hotel Br.pl. 1 

iii:mii:i( iioti'.i, iivi(iii:ii shop, 11 c 

.St;irke,\- .Mngr. n\\ eor .Main and Wal- 
ker J.V. 
lll''.M>i:i< HOTIOI. <'<> Knpltnl »I(KMKK>), 

I-: L Bender Pres. P' V P.n:der \ ice- 
Pres. George llaninian See nn<l Tr^-as, 
B S Swearingen M.tn.'ttier, i'r<tprs Hotel 
Benrler, nw cor M;iin and "V\'.alker av. 

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THE PROGRESSIVE PAINT CO. 

>VTiolcsale and Retail Dealers in Paint, Wall Paper and Window Glass. 



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Some of Our More Recent 
Buildings : 

D. R. Beatty Building 

Holy Rosary R. C. Church 

J. W. Sanders, Residence, A\ontrose 

City Auditorium 

(Brick, Terra Cotta and all partitions) 

A'lajestic Theatre 

(Brick and partitions) 

Prince Theatre 

(Brick and partitions) 

Hotel Bristol Annex 

(Brick and partitions) 

Texas Co's Buildins^ 

(Brick and Terra Cotta) 



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J. D. SWITZER, 

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W. T. FLYNN, C. A. CUTHRELL, J. H. BOHMF ALK, 

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BRUSHES 



PICTURES AND 
PICTURE FRAMING 
WINDOW GLASS 
PLATE GLASS 
PAINTERS SUPPLIES, ETC 



WIRE GLASS 
PRISM GLASS 
SKYLIGHT GLASS 
MIRRORS 



Phone : Preston 3148. 

1014-1016 PRAIRIE AVEWUE HOUSTOE^, TEXAS 



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Houston Hot Well 
Mineral Baths 



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HOTEL 




KING OF 

BREAKFAST 

FOODS 



Houston City Property. 
Allendale Sub -division. 



Cypress Park Land Co. 
TOWNSITES 



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LOANS AND INVESTMENTS 



HARRIS COUNTY LANDS 



L. A. Kottwitz 



ATTORNEY 



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Real Estate 

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Investments 

CHEAP LAND ON EASY TERMS 



OFFICES: 

4th Floor Commercial Bank Buildin 

Houston, Texas 



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OFFICERS: 


J. 


S. RICE, 




President 


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S. CARLTON, 




Vice-President 


c. 


G. PILLOT, 




Vice-President 


J. 


S. COLLI NAN, 




Vice-President 


E. 


P. WILMOT, 




Vice-President 


J- 


T. SCOTT, 




Treasurer 


L. 


M. WALRATH, 




Ass't Treasurer 


CHARLES BOEDEKER, | 




Secretary 


DR. J. H. FLORENCE, | 




Medical Director 


DR. R. W. KNOX, i 




Ass't Medical Director 


JOHN C. CAMERON, | 




Actuary 


C. 


W. NELSON, 




Agency Supervisor 




DIRECTORS : 


WILL G. BARBER 


CHARLES BOEDEKER 


A. 


L. BOWERS 


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L. 


A. CARLTON 


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T. 


D. COBBS 


J. 


S. CULLINAN 


L. 


DAVIDSON 


T. 


C. DUNN 


NIELS ESPERSON 


DR. J. H. FLORENCE 


GEORGE HAM MAN 


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W. HEYWOOD 


ED. KIAM 


DR. R. W. KNOX 


L. 


L. McINNIS 


C. 


G. PILLOT 


T. 


S. REED 


J. 


S. RICE 


J. 


T. SCOTT 


E. 


F. SIMMS 


T. 


H. STONE 


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L. THOMPSON 


LAFAYETTE WARD | 


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M. WEST 


E. 


P. WILMOT 


WILLETT WILSON | 


R. 


S. STERLING 


F. 


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THE MOST PPOGRESSIVC 
Liri: INSURANCE COMPANY 
OE THE SOUTHWEST 



ATTRACTIVE CONTRACTS 
TO GOOD PRODUCERS 



ADDRESS 



0. S, CARLTON, Vice-President 
HOUSTON, TEXAS 



INSURE WITH 




HOUSTON, TEXAS 



Insurance now in force, over TWENTY MILLION DOLLARS. 

Applications received for insurance since January I, 1913, over TEN 
MILLION DOLLARS. 

Insurance issued since January 1, 1913, over NINE MILLION DOLLARS. 

Assets are now over ONE MILLION DOLLARS. 

This Company, since commencing business in September, 1906, has 
paid five annual dividends to the stockholders, amounting to forty '^ 
four per cent interest on the capital stock* 



Officers 

Jonathan Lane, President 

John H. Thompson, Vice-President and General 

Manager 
S. F. Carter, Second Vice-President 
Chas. Schreiner, Third Vice-President 
J. F. Wolters, Fourth Vice-President and General 

Counsel 
J. R. Thompson, Treasurer and Assistant Secretary 
Dr. J. W. Scott, Medical Director 
H. M. Holderness, Assistant Secretary and Agency 

Director 
Carl lUig, Assistant Secretary 
R. M. Colquitt, Superintendent of Agents 



Directors 

Jonathan Lane 
J. H. Thompson 
J. R. Thompson 
H. M. Garwood 
J. F. Wolters 
S. F. Carter 
A. S. Vandervoort 

C. F. Hellmuth 
F. G. Ilillje 
Chas. Schreiner 
A. W. Houston 

D. C. Giddings 

E. A. Arnim 












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PITS AT ELLINGER, ROGERS, LEDBETTER. QUARRIES AT PIEDr.lONT. 

CRUSHER AND OFFICE AT HOUSTON. 

Crushed Rock. Washed Gravel. Specially Prepared Road Gravel. 

Gravel For Railroad Ballasting. 



DAILY CAPACITY : 

CONCRETE 
MATERIAL— 
1000 Cubic Yds, 

ROAD 
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Railroad Construction. Street and Road Grad 

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p. O. Box 52. 



Phone: S. W. Preston 478. 



Office, Baker and Walnut Streets 



HOUSTON 




F. D. NORTON 



DWIGHT MORTON, C. E. 



Associate Member A. S. C. E. 



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Sewerage and Sewage Purification Systems, 



CHRONICLE BUILDING 



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One of the most perfectly built and appointed Hotels in America. Homelike and 
comfortable at moderate rates.- European plan. 
Open but a short time. 

Visitors to Houston find in Hotel Bender a place where every desire is anticipated 

both in equipment and service. 



B. S. SWEARINGFLN, Mana^^er 



J. J. SETTEQAST, Jr., Prest 
A. J. BINZ, Treasr. 



a. H. HERMANN, VIce-Prest. 
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SPRING AND WEBER STS.. 

H0USTON3 Texas 




MANUFACTURERS OF 

WHEELS FOR EVE^Y SERVICE 

MQS OF E¥E^Y OESC^iFTiOPI -- il^ACHir^E 
: -- FOilGl^CS - PATTE^^S - GASOLSPJE Mm 
OILEPIGi^ES--LOG LOAOERS-II^DySTRBAL CA^S 

The Largest and Best Equipped Shop in the State 

\N miLL Mm OIL WELL SUPPLIES 

!S iESiOr^EOS OF Uinmm OABS, DREDGE [MGS-linERY, 
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Popular because of the uniform courtesy of its employes; 

Its moderate Restaurant prices 

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ROOMRyiTES: 



Room with 
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Private Bath, one person, " <> 

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$1.50 per day 

'' $2 50 per day 

$2,00 per day and up 

$3,00 per day and up 



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We want you to know it's going to be money in your pocket 
to be first on the ground with 





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These latest marvels from the great inventor are making good with lightning speed wherever shown. 
We can supply dealers "FROM THE KIO GRANDE TO THE MISSISSIPPI." 

We carry a complete stock of Supplies, including Records in 
Twenty-nine different languages. 

Our policy has always been to give the dealer the considerate co-operation which, combined with never^-ceasing aggression, 
brings confidence and activity to the Edison line. Get in touch with us at once about your territory, 

Houston Phonograph Co., 903 Main Street^ Houston 



Cash in on Mr, Edison's latest wonder 



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We are right here to help you tell the 
people of Texas and Oklahoma what they 
have wanted to know — that Mr. Edison, 
after years of experiment, has now put his 
Disc Phonograph on the market. He in,' 
vented the first one — years ago — but he 
wasn't ready to launch it until it was per^ 
feet. Now it is. Now the people can 
have it, 

Texas -Oklahoma 
Phonograph Co,, 

828-830 Monroe Street, 

Fort Worth 



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and attractive fixtures / Write now to 






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For the Jeweler, Druggist, Banker, Clothier, Con^' 
fectioner and General Store* 

\ , ' FOURTEE N YEARS OF QUALITY. 

SPECIALS : 

Himmel Revolving Cabinet. Diamond Ail Plate Glass Case. 

McLean Slant Front Drug Fixtures. 
ALL STANDARD DESIGNS OF SHOW CASES AND WALL FIXTURES. 






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Lay 






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Houston - Texas 

PATE,NTEE,S AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

The Layne Patent Keystone Wire Oil and Water 
V/ell Screens. 

The Layne Patent Shutter Screen. 
Oil and Water Well Supplies. 



The 

Layne 

Swivel 

the lightest [ 

and 

strongest 

swivel 

on the 

market. 











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The 
Layne 
Drill 
Sleeve 

Protects the 
Drill Rods. 

Easy to 
handle. 



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(A Complete tajno Irrisntion runipiuj; Plant Xear San AntoiMO) 




Invaluable 
in drilling on 
rock. 



The Layne Patent Enclosed Drive Shaft Single and Multi-Stage Centrifugal Pumps. 

Steel Pits. Interlocking Devices. 



GENERAL WELL CONTRACTORS, OPERATING WHEREVER WATER IS BEING 

PRODUCED IN LARGE QUANTITIES. 



Main Offices and factory, HOUSTON, TEXAS and MEMPhlS, TENN. 



BRANCHES AT- 



Stuttgart, Arkansas. 
Jackson, Mississippi. 



Welch, Louisiana. 
Plainview, Texas. 



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Dealers in a line of Seeds specially adapted to the South 
and well known as the 

Seeded u/iat Srow 

because of the reliability of their germination. 



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By a painstaking system of eliminating from their stock at frequent intervals, all old seeds or those 
showing the least evidence of a lack of proper germinating qualities, the stock is kept constantly fresh and 
the seeds put out have become standardized in the minds of the farmers and gardeners using them, hence 
the labels "SEEDS THAT GROW, from Moers Seed Company" is an INSURANCE POLICY as 
to germination. 




Mr. J, S. Moers. proprietor of the Moers Seed Co., is a comparatively young man, a native of Harris County, Texas, and 
of German descent. He exemplifies in business the sturdy, conservative metliods of the German character and has imbibed 
early in life the enterprising and progressive spirit characteristic of his home city, Houston, Watch this house climb into the 
"sky.'scraper" class within a few brief years. 



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Crocker- PVheeler 
Apparatus. 



that unlocks the Secret of our Success, 
and explains the satisfaction our cus- 
tomers receive. Then, too, the price is 
the lowest consistent with best quality 



Columbia 
Ma{da Lamps. 

Lineman's 

Tools and Material. 

All kinds 
Wire and Cable. 

Electric Appliances, 
Novelties and Heating 
Devices of all kinds. 

Telephones, 
Switchboards and 
Parts. 

Automobile Accessories, 
Storage Batteries, Etc. 

If It's Electrical — 
We have it. 








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The Best Electrical Supply House in Texas 






Ul/IiC'iltlCVLI, •JOUHBUS 

Houpton.Texas, 



We are known as 

The House of Good Service 



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GRAIN, HAY and FEED 



We have unexcelled facilities for handling and shipping straight and mixed carlots, and we realize it is the 
price and quality that gets the business. Our weekly quotations would interest you. Write us, and compare them 
with others. We manufacture our own brands of Mixed Feed, Chicken Feed, Corn Meal, Corn Chops, Etc. 



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The Molasses Mixed Feed Problem Solved 



MANUFACTURED BY 



WERNER=MITCHELL MACHINE WORKS 

FOR SALE BY 

E. S. DIXON & CO., HOUSTON 

a machine that mixes a batch of 500 pounds of molasses feed of such variety as 
wheat bran, corn bran, rice bran, alfalfa meal or cut hay or straw, cotton seed 
hulls, corn chops, ground oats or oat clipping and molasses at the rate of four tons 
per hour; one man can operate and m.ix successfully, but requires the services of 
four men to operate at the full capacity, covers floor space about 12 x 12 feet and 
requires 10 to 12 H. P. 

Complete Plant Within Itself 

The logical market for molasses mixed feed is your home town and vicinity; therefore, it would not be prac- 
tical to spend several thousand dollars to equip a special plant for the purpose of manufacturing this commodity 
and depend on the whole country for a matket. The Dixon-Werner Feed Mixer is a complete plant within itself, 
does not require the outlay of much money and will pay for itself many times within one year, as you would 
be able to get a margin of $4.00 to $6.00 per ton more for manufacturing and selling your own brand of mixed 
feed than selling staples such as corn, oats, wheat bran, etc. Write us for further particulars, prices, terms, etc. 



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Feefi Machine 



TEXAS GAZETTEER 



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RAWLE BUCKNER, Treasurer and Manager 







Dealers in 

TWINES AND 

SECOND-HAND 

BAGS 



Agents for 

PERKINS' 
PRESS CLOTH 



Manufacturers of 



BURLAP AND COTTON BAGS 



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LOCATED IN HOUSTON 



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BANNER STREET and H. and T. C. R. R. 

H. J. KUHN, Manager 




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HOMB OR THE 

exas Varnish & Specia 

The Only Paint and Varnish Factory in Texas 



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House 

Roof 

Floor 

Bridge 

Structural 

Carriage 



Paints 



Paints 



"Wagon 
Boat 

Enamels 
Shingle Stains 
Etc.. E,tc. 



Spar 

Interior 

Floor 

Flat 

Seat 

Furniture 



Varnish 



Carriage Varnish 
Damar *' 

Asphalum " 
Japan Dryers 
Varnish Stains 
Penetrating Stains 
Fillers, Etc., Etc. 




Write, Wire or Phone for Prices to 



The Texas Varnish & Specialty Works 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 




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Bottlers and Distributers 



ALA=COLA and STAR BRAND GAS 



207 Broadway 



PHONES : 

Preston 3937. 
Auto A-3937. 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 



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GEO. BEACH 



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A Large Collection of 
Houston and Gulf 
Coast Views in stock. 
Views Made -to -Order. 

1003^2 Congress Ave. 

HOUSTON, - - TEXAS 



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R. L. POLK & GO'S (1914) 






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GENERAL DEALER IN 

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We are special agents for the IVER-JOHNSON BICYCLE, the most scientifically constructed bicycle in 
the World; $30.00 and $40.00. 

The "FLYING MERKEL" BICYCLE, v/ith the new coaster brake, mud guards and double bar frames, is in 
a class by itself; $25.00 and $35.00. 

EXCELSIOR BICYCLES, superior in quality and workmanship; $25.00 and $30.00. 

Columbia Bicycle Lamps, Columbia Motorcycle Lamps, Superba Bicycle Tires, Superba Anti-Skid Tires, 
Automobile Pumps, Foot Pumps, and a full line of SUPPLIES. 



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¥Cr'^ attlieMOTORDOME Races, We are 
# exclusive agents for four states. 



1 120 Texas Avenue 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 



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PROMPT SHIPMENTS, CLEAN FRESH 
STOCK, OUR WAY OF DOING BUSI- 
NESS, AND OUR PRICES. -:- -:- 




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MOLiSTON, TEXAS 



TEXAS GAZETTEER 



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Mechanical Engineers, Machine Designing 



'10 TO tmm m Mkmm 
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Railroad, Dredge Boat, Oil Mill and Irrigating Machinery Work Our Specialty- 
Plant on Ship Channel, i.,^..,^.^,^«i ~-~.%, .^i^. 

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Houston, Texas 



552 



R. L. POLK & GO'S (1914) 



LIGHTING FIXTURES 



We are in a position to Furnish Designs 
for Any Class of Architecture 



The Only Exclusive LrigHting: fixture Establishment 

in Texas 





707-709 Fannin Street 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 



T. J. FATJO, Pres. 



J. W. MONTGOMERY, JR., Vice-Pres. 



E. C. WILSON. Secy-Treas. 







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Established 1876 



Capital Stock, $30,000.00 



PRINTERS, S' 

BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS 

Publishers of 
TAYLOR HAMILTON'S MONITOR 

"A Book Every Mason Should Have." 



1111=13 Eranklin Ave. 



HOUSTOIN 



TEXAS GAZETTEER 



553 



C. L, DtSCL, Prlsidcnt 



F. ». BOETTCHER. Vrc t-P«ESIOtNT »ND TnrasuHER 



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The Fancy Fruit House of Texas 

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Produce, Butter, Cheese, Eggs, Poultry 
and Grocers' Sundries 

Largest Oistriliotors of Fruits, Produce!, Eggs iod Poultry 



BRANCH AT CORPUS 
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IN TEXAS 



901-903-905 COMMERCE 
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HOUSTON, TEXAS 



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oilers, Tarikis, 

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RIVETEDSTEEL PIPE, SHEET IRON WORK 

Prompt Attention Given to Repair Work; 

ISo job too lat-jje for oui- capacity ISo job too small for our attention 



Telephone Connection 



St. Charles and Orove Streets 



HOUSTON, 



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(704 E^c^fmney Ave. 






GOOD WORK 



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PROMPT SERVICE 



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Independent Dealers in Building Materials of All Kinds 



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CHAS. J. GERNER, 
President. 



We can ship Mixed or Straiijiit Car lots : also in small lots if 
desired. We do business on cash basis, hence the low prices. 

We will be glad to have anyone call and talk over the posibility 
of purchasing Lumber and Materials. We will promise you not to 
force a sale ; on the other hand will consider it a favor to have you 
call and look our stock over. So if you do not purchase, then you will 
know what to expect when you do make your order. 

Wholesale Lumber, Posts, Shingles, Sash, 

Doors, Blinds, Moulding and 

Builders' Hardware, 

Etc., Etc., 



Gerner Lumber Company^ 



300 BAKER STREET 

Box 716. 
HOUSTON. TEXAS 



TEXAS GAZETTEER 



555 



C. E. GIRTEN 



A. M. BOWMAN 



Girten - Bowman Su 




Co., 



1107 Franklin Ave. 

HOUSTON, TEXAS 



OIL FIELD AID MILL SUPPLIES 



TRADE ALAMO WARK 

Red Rex Drill Hose. 

Alamo Valves. 

Alamo Mydracjiic RacUcing. 



COMPLETE L!NE OF- 



BELTS^SG, HOSE, PAOKII^G, VALVES, PIPE, FITTIEMGS, ETC. 





WHOLESALE and 
RETAIL 



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W. W. CMAMBERLIN, 
Sec.-Tre«». 




C. H. McB:MDe, 
Prts. 



The oldest and most strongly established house in the state, Eighteen years in the same block. 
We have over bO.OOO retail prescription records on our books, WHY NOT YOURS? 

OUR KODAK DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE in every particular, under direct charge of Mr. 
and Mrs, McBrlde, two of the most experienced photo supply experts in the business. 

Our Kodak Finishing Department is equal to the best anywhere to be found. We handled 20,000 
finishing orders last year. We want you to be the next customer to give our work a trial. 



503 Main Street 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 




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The Sanitary Laundry. The Laundry Ahead 



SMITH AIND RUSK AVEINUE 

Houston 



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^ Preston 562; If Busy Call Preston 332 



PHONES: j Auto A. 1029 








Where 18 Railroads EVIeet the Sea 

A Live House in a Live Oarkei-Gash Buyers-ieaiars 

Poultry, Eggs, Pecans, Fruit 
Produce, Vegetables 

WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF LIMES WE BUY WHAT YOU SELL 

We want to sell you what you buy in the Produce Line 
We would like your name on our mailing list 

WE GIVE YOU SATISFACTORY SERVICE— PROMPT RETURNS 



Write, Wire 
Phone 



For Prices 



Jeffords-Schoersmatirs 

rodisce ^ Bf'okeraqe Co- 



818-822 Commerce Avenue 



Houston, Texas 





Bstatslished IS08 



701, 703, 705, 707 Cosgrcss Ave. Address all 

Cor. Louisiana St. Communicatloas to Firm 









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DISTRIBUTERS OF 

"Osceola," "El Roi Tan" and "Class" Cigars 



Houston. 



Texas 



GEO. KIDD, Jr. 



W. M. AIKM AN 







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"Public Accountants 



HOUSTON 

415-16 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING 



SAN ANTONIO 

626-27 MOORE BUILDING 



A UDITS, Investigations and Systems for Counties, Cities, 

Railroads, Banks, Trust Companies, Department Stores, 

Manufactories, Lumber, Rice, Flourand Oil Mills, Oil Producers, 

Cotton Compresses, Insurance Companies, and Mercantile 

Businesses Generally. :-: :-: :-: :-: 





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The best that can be produced 
from Pennsylvania Crude 

L_E:-r vjs ooimviinjoe: vou ! 



We have embodied in our 500 
Auto Oil as near perfection as can 
be obtained from the best crude in 
the world. Do not be convinced 
that others are just as good- We 
guarantee our statements and a trial 
will convince you. We also handle 
the highest grade gasoline and auto 
supplies of all kinds. 




Telephone Preston 42 








D. M. GARVIN, Manager 




HOUSTON, TEXAS 



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raiiiers 



For OIL, 




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are just what the name implies; they have BRASS SLOTTED 
STRAINER PLUGS inserted and secured within the walls of the pipe, 
as shown, which makes them safe. You can ROTATE or DRIVE them 
same as pipe. The plugs shown are actual size and arc numbered ac- 
cording' to mesh. The white lines are actual widths of openings. 
This construction makes the "McEvoy Wireless," the SAFEST and 
BEST Screen made, and in a class by itself. Used in all oil fields and 
for CITY WATER and IRRIGATION WELLS everywhere. 




MANUFACTURED BY 



CALIFORNIA FACTORY 



J. H. l^cEvOy €€ Company WcEvoy Wirele.s Well strainer Co 



Ofiice and Factory: 307-30g-31 1 Washington Ave., 

HOUSTON, TEXAS 



714-16 N. Alameda Street 
LOS ANCELES 



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" Where seventeen Railroads Meet the Sea " 



527 First National Bank BIdg. 



HOUSTON 



MAGNOLIA MACA 
MANUFACTURING CO. 



MANUFACTURERS 
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PHONE, PRESTON, 895 



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V. L-UIOIA & SOrsJ, F=»ropri©tors 



510-512 San Felipe Street 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 



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R. L. POLK & COS (1914) 



Houston, Texas 



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Largest and Most Complete Plant in State. 
Finest Dry Cleaning and Dyeing Plant in 
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New Steel Rails and 
Fastenings 

Structural Steel 

Steel Axles 

Steel and Wrought Iron 
Pipe 

Bar Iron and Bar Steel 



Galvanized Roofing and Flat Cold Drawn Shafting 

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Firebox Steel 

Tin and Terne Plates o , t^ 

Seamless Drav/n Tubes 

Copper 



Cotton Ties 
Steel Hoops 



Tank and Boiler Plates 

Frogs, Crossings and 
Switches 



Phone : Preston 1931 



925 Chronicle Bidg. 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 



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561 



909 Commerce Avenue 



PHDNF^ ' Preston - 772 
r-rn-'lNCO , Automatic A- 1 772 






VERS r^RODUCE OO., inc. 




Commission Merchants 



WHOLESALE 



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Evaporated Fruits and Nuts 



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J. M. WEST, President 



R. COHN, Vice-President and 
General Manager 




50 miles 50-pound and splices; 40 miles 12, 16, 
30, 40, 56 and 60-pound rail and splices. 

. Girderand"T" rail for foundations and reinforcing, 
spikes, bolts, frogs, switches, fishplates, 
angle bars and nut locks. 



Steel Co 

1516-1517-1518 Carter Building 





HOUSTON, 



TEXAS 



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562 



R. L. POLK & CD'S (1914) 



TEOLIN PILLOT COMPANY 

HOUSTON 
"The Best in Office Furniture at a Reasonable Price" 



ik^^^^^^j^m, Desks, Tables, Chairs, 
3Mlla Card Index Cabinets 

and Supplies 










Agents For 

Globe-Wernicke Sectional Bookcases and Filing Devices. 
I-P(Irving Pitt) Loose-Leaf Blank Books. The Dictaphone. 

EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE 



409 Main Street 



HOUSTON 



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JABEC. READER, President. 



Robinson's Code 




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Wholesale Shippers 

Hay, Grain aed Mixed Syrup Feed 

QUICK SHIPMEINTS OR 

BLAOK STRAP SVRUP in carloads and less, 

made from storage warehouse in Houston 



511 FIRST NATIONAL BANK 
BUILDING 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 



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JOHN RICHEY 



J. ELMER RICHEY 



P. BLAINE RICHEY 



If you want reliable information about the Gulf Coast Country of Texas write for our free Booklets. These 
booklets contain information acquired by an extensive experience in dealing in Gulf Coast lands for nine years; 
also statements of United States experts and prominent citizens of Texas. 

Write today and you will receive a courteous reply. 

JOHN RICHEY & COMPANY 



2nd Floor Binz Building. 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 



Main St. opp. 18 Story Rice Hotel 




The Sidiv 
over yourdoor 



TT is a good thing, isn't it? You would not think of 
^ doing business without it. 

But it is only seen by those who pass your way. 

The City Directory is where many people look when 
they want to find you. You should make it easy for 
them to find you by putting in the directory such infor- 
mation as a buyer wants to know. Index your business 
under all classifications where a customer might look 
for you. 

To be properly registered costs less than to be left out. 

Send for the City Directory Advertising Man and let 
him explain this to you in detail. 

R. L. Polk & Co. 

Directory Publishers 




W. W. SCHMIDT, President & Manager 



DR. JNO. RICH, Vice-President 



W. C. NEUMANN. Secy. & Treas. 



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SUITE 1601, 2, 3 CARTER BUILDING 



HOUSTON 






R. S. STERLING & CO., Houston, Humble, Dayton, Saratoga, Sour Lake, Batson 



President, Humble Oil Co. Capital, $300,000.00. 

President, Dayton Lumber Co. Capital, $300,000.00. 

President, Trinity Valley Northern R. R. Co. 

President, Dayton Mercantile Co. Capital, $'',0,000.00 ; 
Surplus. $20,000.00. 



President, Dayton State Bank. Capital, $50,000.00. 
President, First State Bank, Weimar. Capital. 

$50,000.00. 
President, Humble State Bank. Capital, $20,000 00. 
President, Sour Lake State Bank. Capital. $1 5,000.00. 
President, Saratoga State Bank. Capital, $10,000,00. 



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BAKERV 

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EXPRESS 

FURINITURE 

GROCERV 

UAUINDRV 

PARCEL 

PAIINTERS 

BAGGAGE 



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PACKERS 

PULJAIBERS 

STAKE TRUCKS 

MOVIING VANS 

FLOATS 

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ALL STYLES M4D SB 

UARQE STOCK OR WAGOIVS A.UVVA.YS OIN MAIND 

The Texas 

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Write (or Catalog and 
Prices 



Work:^ 

TEXAS 



H. C. VANDAVEEP, Pres. 



A. P. GREEN. Vice-Pres. 



JENNINGS VANOAVEER, Sec. and Trees. 




8ii Franklin Avenue 



DEALERS IN 



Fire Brick 

Face Brick 

Common Brick 

Hollow Brick 

Asbestos Shingles 
Terra Cotta 

Wail Coping 

Fuel Lining 



Hollow Building Tile 

Farm Drain Tile 
Silo Tile 

Roofing Tile 
Floor Tile 

Water Proofing 

Portable Fire Proof 
Buildings 



HOUSTON, 



TBXAS 



566 



New 

Kress Building 



R. L. POLK & COS (1914) 



VAN DYCK STUDIO 




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Tel. 
Preston 4766 



TEXAS 













General Buiiding- Contractor 



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Furnish Estimates and 

Contract for Any= 

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Building 

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Phone, Preston 2276 



OFFICE: 

Settegast Building 
1016 Preston Atc. 



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TEXAS GAZETTEER 



567 




ADOLF WESTHEIMER 
Pres. aad Gen'l Mur. 



A. B. C. STO^ASE MJD UmM GO. 

MOVING— STORAGE—PACKING 

Forwarding of Household Goods at Reduced Freight Rates 

Fireproof Warehouse — Separate Locked Compartments 
The distribution of pool cars given prompt attention 

Members: Illinois Furniture Warehouse Men's Association; New York 
Furniture Warehouse Men's Association 



1508 Commerce Avenue 



HOUSTON 



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Sec-Treas. and Assl. Mg*-. 



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ESTABLISHED IN 1873 

UNDER DIRECTION OF 
THE NUNS OF THE INCARNATE WORD 

Pupils of e-v'ery denomination are admitted at any time, .md 
charged from date of entrance. 

Spacious classrooms and airy dormitories. 

The Courses of Studies is thorough and e.xtensive, and em- 
braces the various branches of a solid, useful and ornamental 
education. 

A Conunercial Course is now part of the studies. 

FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, ADDRESS, MOTHER SUPERIOR, INCARNATE WORD ACADEMY, HOUSTON 






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We Stand on Our Reputation for High Class WorR. 



Periodical Examinations 
and Audits of Commercial 
Concerns, Corporations 
and Banks. 

Investigations for Stock- 
holders and Prospective 
Purchasers. Corporation 
Books Opened. 



of the Southwest 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 
AND AUDITORS. 

CHAS. BYERS, General Manager 



Phone Connections. 



Complicated Books and 
Accounts Straightened and 
Systematized. Labor- Sav- 
ing Systems Drawn up to 
Suit any Business. Ex- 
aminations for Bankers. 

Municipal Accounting. 

Cost Accounting for 
Manufacturers. 



DALLAS— N. Texas Bldg. 



HOUSTON- Com. Nat. BanU Bidg. 



DR. A. M. AUTREY 

SPECIALIST 

ON DISEASES OF THE 

gye» gart IMose and Chroat 

SETTEGAST BUILDING. 1016 PRESTON AVE. 

HOUSTON, TEXAS 




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LINK HOME HOWARD FIGG HOME H. C WIES HOME 

BROWN CRACKER AND CANDY CO. BUILDING 

MACATEE HOTEL RE-MODELlN(3 



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BAPTIST 







Southeast Corner Smith St. and Lamar Ave., Houston 

(Under the Auspices of the Baotist General Convention of Texas' 
D. R. PEVOTO, Superintendent. MRS. J. P. Burnett, Supt. of Nurses 



Constructed and equipped with careful consider- 
ation of the convenience and time of physicians and 
the safety and comfort of patients. 

Open alike to all legal and reputable surgoons of all reputa- 
ble schools. Patients of non-resident physicians are received 
upon the same basis as if residing In Hotiston. 



Training School for Nurses 



WITH AN ABLE 
FACULTY OF LECTURERS 






Farms, Ranches and 
Timber Lands 




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City str\ci St-ibuirfcaan F^roporties 



COLONIZATION 
TRACTS 



INVESTIVIEI^ITS 



EARL L. BENDER, MGR. 



Houston, Texas 




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TheClossified Business hecidin^s 
in theCit^ Directory wii 1 tell ^you. 
The City Dii^ector^ is the 
most complete loedl 

DuyeP5 Guide 

dvdildtle to residents of dny city. 

i4Q' CONSULT THE CITY DIRECTORY 

i-^< R.L.PolkcCo. Publishers 




^^M6lfi&Co. Wire and Iron Y^OPKS. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




310 Preston Avenue 




"ire Esoopes, ^aiiiogs, ¥m 



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Phone: Preston, 1967 






HOUSTON, TEXAS 



PBONE: PRESTON, S4i3 



25ZI Wasbiogloo Aveaue 



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Florist 



Cut Flowers and Floral Work a Specialty 
Funeral Designs 

HOUSTON 






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That the Best Stock Tonic in the Whole Wide World is a Texas Product. If You Did 
You Would be Handling It. It Is 

JriVI BOURLAND'S IVIEDICATED SALT BLOCK 

It is the Only Air-cured Block, or Brick, on the Market (the "J^st as Good" Kind are 
Burned Like a Firebrick and that Weakens the Medicinal Virtues). Mine is the Only 
One That Does Not Crumble When it Gets Damp. 

Weighs Three Pounds Net — Sells for a Quarter. "Guarantee to Please" is Print- 
ed on the Carton and over 30,000 Sold Before I Received a Request for Refund. 

Salt, 62y2'/c ; Drugs, 37^/^'- 



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Contains 
Salt Sulphur 
Salt Petre 
Copper and 
Nux Vomica 



You Buy It — They Lick 11 — They Doctor Themselves 
MADE IN HOUSTON— LICKED EVERYWHERE 

MANUFACTURED BY 

JIM BOURLAND, Houston, Texas 



Just lay it in the 
Feedbox. They follow 
the dictates of nature 



(Trade Mark) 
If you are the Live Wire of your 

as to when and how ^^n^pLa^'.r'e" wdccme°";o '^he 
much to take. dead ones. 



DR. H. H. BRIDGEWATER 

OFFICE: No. lou LAMAR AVENUE 

ECLECTIC NATURAL DRUGLESS METHOD 

Phone: Preston 4833 
Send for literature • ■ HOUSTON, TEXAS 



Residence Phones: Hadley, 435; Automatic, A-^8J5. Office Phones: Preston, =546; Automatic, A. k>46. 

C. E. BOVETT 



Successor to Boyett & Mitchell 



Painter, Paperhanger, Grainer 
and Decorator 

415 Theatre Building, = = Houston, Texas 

The INe^v Hotel Bristol, ^°r.S)n'''''Hous-7-Si%TEx 

^^^y ^ Modern In All Its Appointments 



^t'^'' 'r'^^'^''W^'&^ EUROPEAIN PLAIN 

||?f(fc^ ■!':^^- ^; 1 ' ^1 60 Rooms at $1.00 75 Rooms at $2.00 

fe- '" ; ' - -^^ "75 " "$1.50 20 '* "$2.50 

^-r-^^ -r^-:- Z^,^ Cafe in Connection F. A. Hervey, Jr., Prop. 

G. G. BROSIUS GEO. F. BROSIUS 

G. G. BROSIUS & SON 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Art Glass and Mirrors 

Phono : Preston 1 1 55 

610-612 Milam Street HOUSTON. TEXAS 

BURGE MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

~ -■ The Leirgeat and Most Completely Equipped 

Fixture Factory in the Southwest. 



'Manufacturers of- 



,u ^ . t^**.'*«ff?'^Tr/;> ^ BANK, DRUG, OFFICE AND GENERAL STORE 

feitHfl ^AM-^^^'^^m>:^g FIXTURES 

?i;;iiniii.hin^^:Msgs. :: 3 a | i^^'h^ SHOW CASES ICE BOXES 

. ..'il/V^/J;;;!^ INtERlOR HARDWOOD FINISHES. ALL KINDS OF SPECIAL HARDWOOD WORK 

,Lk^M,i,^^;^^& catIIoc." Washington and S. P. Crossing, HOUSTON 



mteu^' .-,... ;^.-:: ,. .■.',.l".4-jm»«V5 



TEXAS GAZETTEER 



571 




ESTABLISHED 1893 



LAUNDERERS, CLEANERS and DYERS 

Good Work, Prompt Shipments. 

Liberal Commissions to Agents in Towns Within 200 Miles of Houston. 

Long Distance Phone : Preston 694 and 5113. 

J. E. BURKHART. Proprietor. HOUSTON, TEXAS 




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Cotton Haulinjj A. Specialty 



Dealer in All Kinds of Building and Road iViaterials, Crushed Rock, Washed Gravel, Sand and Shell. 
Contractor in Street and Road Construction, Grading and Paving. Correspondence Invited. 



Office, 516 Walnut St. 






Houston, Texas 



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Mattress Renovating a Specialty. 

Upholstering and Furniture Repairing. 

New Mattresses Made to Order 

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FACTORY 



2823 CLARK STREET 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 



Cotton Factor and Commission Merchant 

uoYt. Travis Street, HOUSTON, TEXAS 

Liberal Advanres Made on all Consignments of Cotton. Dealer in Best Brands of Bagging and Ties. 

Also in the following varieties of Cotton Seed, viz. : Mebane : Big Boll : Triumph: Gulf Coast : 

Extra Early Big Boll : Leafless Cotton : and Columbia Extra Long Staple Big Boll. 



ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY. 



CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 



572 



R. L. POLK & GO'S (1914) 



H. C. COCKBURN 



J. PINKERTON WILLIAMS 



West Texas 
Ranches of 
10,000 acres 
and upward. 



COCKBURN & WILLIAMS 

Real Estate 



CITY AND COUNTRY PROPERTIES. HOME BUILDERS, 
LOANS AND INVESTMENTS 



Large tracts of 
land I Houston 
District I for 
colonization 
purposes, S6, 
per acre and 
upward. 



Long Distance Telephone and Telegraph Connections 

HOUSTON, 



Suite ! 204 Pearce^Woolworth Building 



TEXAS 



Richard Cocke & Company 



202 Houston Land & Trust Building 






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CoaE, Crushed Rock, Gravel, Sand 



PHONES, i8 and 31 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 




DRINK 



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At All Soda Fooetaios 

Wholesome Delicious 



-MANUFACTUB.ED BY- 



The Co=Operative Syrup fflanufactering Co. 



■811 Commerce Avenue 



HOUSTON. TEXAS 



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Genera! Contra.ctor 

For DRAINAGE and DITCHING 
614 Binz Building HOUSTON, TEXAS 



X. 



^isteot mi Esigiiieer 

Speciatty: COMSTRUCTKOS^ SUPERENTEMDENT and EE^GINEER 

Surveys, Estimates and Reports. Plans and Specifications. 
Reinforced Concrete Construction. 



CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 



MOU3TOM, "rE:XA3 







S. W. Cor. Preslon Ave. and LaBranch St. Hmief/tn Xovqc 
(Two Blocks from L'nioo S(aiiyD . llOUblOn, I eXd,S 




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M. DeGeorge 6 Sons, Proprietors 



A new and elegant fireproof hotel; fitted with all 

modern improvements — Telephones, Steam 

Heat, Hot and Cold Running Water, Etc. 

E-uropean Plan Blooms $1.00 Per Day 

Rooms With Private Bath and Toilet $1,50 Pep Day 



I>l(. E. r. nA^■lSW, I'resi.lent 
K. P. I>AVIl!i)«». ,IK..So^•l•<■tarJ• 



.l. I.. ICI'MSIM/fj. Tienwiircr 
IIK\K l>lltKr..V. >Iaiin.'cr 



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(Uncorporatcd) 

IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

BULBS, ROSES, ORNAMENTAL TREES AND PLANTS 



THE TEXAH IMl»ORTI\«; IIOINE : 

Texas A cents — Arthur I>e>t c,\ oi-. in iK'iit. Hrlc""™. 

Ncliaiiiii A \'uii Tol. ISosko<)i>< CBoltntKl. 
Uiitoie XiirHei'irm. OtKlenlioscli, llollancl. 



P.O.BOX «02. 

a2«8 M.II.V STItKI-.T, 



PHOXE : liAOI.EV 172:{. 



'oKXKr'EM.ix Houston, Texas 



ED. EISEMANN, THE TANK MAN 



■ Mjaw*>-ai; 



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PROPRIETOR 



HOUSTON CORNICEl WORKS 

Chimney Caps, Ventilated Flues, Smoke Stacks, Slate, Tile, Tin and Copper Work 

All Kinds of Qalvanlzed Iron Roofing, Finials, Crestings, Ridge Rolls and 

Steel Ceilings. Automobile Fenders, Etc., Made and Repaired. 



Office: 708 FranRlin Ave 



Phones 3 °'^'-nro'°;iti;-^ I WANT your business 

/ Pcsid'ce. Preslon 1818 MY MOTTO : "GOOD WORK AND FAIR TKEAIMENT" 



ICsIimates Kurnislieii on A II 

Ivindb of Sheet .Metal 

Work 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 




C C, GORDON, Jr., Manager 



PHONE. Pfcsion, 6946 





-DEALERS IN- 



loe Prioting, Dra^Ming Materials, 



onM 



2lOyi Main Street 



Work received by us in tlic morning will be shipped the same day. 



HOUSTON. TEXAS 




COMMERCIAL and 
Out'Door Advertising 



1117,'.^ Prairie Ave. 
HOUSTON, ' TEXAS 



AM KAISER 

Commercial Artist 



SOTJ'^ Travis Street 



Anything in SIGNS— 
Personal and prompt attention given to mail orders. 

HOUSTON, TEXAS 



"-««»WK»enw6aniBK4K«aa»aais«Ks^^ ..^ 






-«WW*»-ff'>rv-^^ 



Agents Wanted Everywhere 



The Euireka Laundry 

J. M. BOYLE, Proprietor 

The Eureka way is the best way. 
A specialist in charge of every department. 
The last word in method and equipment. 
When better laundering is done the Eureka 
Through the block from Travis to Milam St. Office 



wili do it. 
610 Travis St. 



HOUSTON 



Contractors' iilachinery, Equipment and Supplies 

ROCK CRUSHING PLANTS 

SAND AND GRAVEL WASHING AND SCREENING PLANTS 

"FENESTRA" STEEL WINDOWS 



SAN ANTONIO 



409 FIRST NAT. BANK BLDG.. 

HOUSTON 



DALLAS 



tmKmamvmmmat 



TEXAS GAZETTEER 



575 



Phone: Preston 55 1 8 






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321 Union National Bank BIdg. 






'^•^f^^n'i' 



Apartment Houses, Reinforced Concrete Structures, Etc. 



HOUSTON, 



TEXAS 



INCORPORATED 
MANUFACTURING WHOLESALERS 

STETSON HATS 

Write for catalogue or salesman. We can please you. Prompt, careful attention to your orders. We guarantee every 

item we sell to give satisfactory wear. 



HOUSTON 



TEXAS 



STEWART A. GIRAUD 



E. C. GL'ILMARTIN 



E. L. HALL 




n K' roiMP 



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Public Accountants 



AUDITS, EXAA\INAT10NS, SYSTEMS, ETC. 



OFFICES: 
Houston and Beaimiont, Texas 



MAIN OFFICE: 

No. 323 Ciironicltf Biiildin'.; 

HOUSTON, TE.XAS 



SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO CHRISTMAS WORK 



PHONE: PRESTON, 1' 



OY R. HAENELT 



anufacturlrig Jeweler and Engraver 

DIAMOND SETTER 



7045 MAIN STREET 
ROOM 202 



Houston, Texas 



JOHN W. HINE 



C. EDWIN HINE 



J§.M 
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PHONES : OHice-Preston 1061 ; 

Residence — Preston 3763, Automatic 3763. 



CONTRACTORS 



SOME OF OUR BUILDINGS : 
ST. M.A.ItVS KIMKCOI'AI, Clll ItCII. IIOISTO-X 
J. B. ISOWI.ES HKSII»K\<-K. 
nit. .1. I*. 4;IKICS ieK<4II>K\('K. 



22(5 Elysian St., HOUSTON 



C- A ^ 



W^g 






Rew^inding, Repairing. Rebuilding Dynamos, Motors 
and Linter Magnets Direct or Alternating Current 

You cannot afford to take cfiances. We have the reputation 
of turning out the Best Electrical Repair Work in South Texas, 



WRITE us- 



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4 Preston Ave. 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 



IN THE 



(that's our business) 



ini^" 



SEi 



ISE 



IT IS 



(that's your business) 



IF YOU WANT IT IN A HURRY 



PHONE, WRITE or WIRE 



OUSTON BELTING (^ SUPPLY CO, 

909 Franklin St., HOUSTON. TEXAS 
PIPE AND FITTINGS AND VALVES. BELTING, PACKING, HOSE. 

HOUSTON COTTON OIL MILL 

Houston, Texas 

Would Appreciate Shipments of Cotton Seed. 
We can also make delivered prices best grade 
Cotton Seed Meal and Cake, also Hulls. 

>V ould Be RIeased to Hear Prom Vou 





ston Drug Company 

WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS 



Importers and Jobbers, Druggists' Sundries 

HOUSTON. TEXAS 



CORNER OF PRESTON AND 
CAROLINE STS. 



Houston Hardwood Floor Co« r.-^^T^. 



-MANUFACTURER? OF- 






FINE HARDWOOD Etnci 
RARQUETRV FLOORS 



-^v :-^ 



LAID AIN'D RIISISHED 



323 First National Bank BIdg. 



Phont: Preston 2024 



HOUSTOIN, TEXAS 






1211 Preston .Avenue 




LIVERY 



F 



J. O. FLEMINQ, Prop. 



Buy, Sell and Exchange 
Horses 



Personal Attention Given to 
Boarders 



Houston, Texas 




lantel & Tile Co. 



VAL. WAGGLE, Proprietor 



ARTSSTiC T^LE S^IAITITELS, 
} WALL WORK 



nOS FANNIN STREE-T 
PHONE: PRESTON 1634 



Estimates on Tile Only, or Worl< Installed Complete 

Nonpariel Cork and Arrow Lock Tile 

We handle the following lines : Crueby, Rookwood, and American Encaustic 

Faience for Mantels and Exterior Purposes. 

Medicine Cabinets, Gas Logs and all Firo Place Furnishings 

COVERT DAMPERS HoUSton 



, Texas 



i^^^; 



578 



R. L. POLK & GO'S (1914) 



W. V. WHELIHAN E. L. MILLER 

HOUSTON TANK COMPANV 



CYPRESS TANKS 



-ANY SIZE- 



WATER, OIL, PICKLE 

ANL> STOCK 



1532=1536 Schwartz St. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

TANKS AND WATER CISTERNS 

CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 

Phone : Preston 3749. HOUSTOIV, TEXAS 




AW N I N G S 

HAY, RICE and WAGON 
COVERS 



^,^^X^^,,4^^^.^^,^^|gJ BOAT CURTAIINS 

■We iVlanufacture "Everything Thats C&nvas." 

Houston Tent & Awning Company 



1210^ Congress Ave. 



Houston, Texas 



Our Traveling Salesman Will 

Call and Measure Your Awnings, 

Curtains, Etc 



•WRITE U S." 



OFFICE. 209 LEVY BUILDING 
MAIN 6 CAPITOL 



KtSIDtNCE.. 1803 LEELAND AVE. 









GENERAL CONTRACTOR 

FOR 



Brickwork, Sewerage, PEasteriiig and Cementing 

sioe:\a/ai_m:s i.Aio \a/itm cezivisimt of* briok. 



OFFICL: TELEPHONE 2244 
HOUSn: " 2291 



P. O. BOX 1016 



MOUSTO 



JOHN JVICLELI.ANI3 



Architect 



.(yj^ 



r,tHi IJKATTV IIUII.IJING 



IIOX STOX 





J. M. HOWE 



JOHN McMURRY, 
President. 



H o \s^ e & W i s e 
CIVIL E^^JCiE^JEERS 

Members American Society Civil Engineers 

Municipal, Highway and Drainage 
Engineering 

Surveys, Estimates and Reports 

722-723 First National Bank Building 
HOUSTON, TEXAS 



THOMAS C. SPENCER, 
Vice-Pres. and Genl. Mngr. 



%n¥ 



WHOLESALE and RETAIL 

General Offices : 907-8-9 Union National Bank Building, 



Port O'Connor— G. O. Willis. Manager. 
Port Lavaca — J. \\". W. .Spencer. Mngr. 
Ea^'flc Lake — Cliarle< Fnqua. Manager. 
San Beniti) — (;. X. Harris. Manager. 
Bcllvillc— J. 1-. l^.>^. Manager. 
Long Mott— G. M. NtcD^malil, .Manager. 



■VAFiOS : 

Rio H(jndo — R. li. Paul. Manager. 
Mercedes — G. W. .Mnrl'ee. Manager. 
Seadriit — K. .\. .\rmstrong, iL'inager. 
Ganadn — L. 1. .Sanford. Mar.ager. 
Cnero — I. T. .Sanders, Manager. 
Llann— A. R. Welier, Manager. 






/ 



i(^.,,. 



A. J. WISE 






C. B. SPENCER, 
Secretary. 



HOUSTON 



N'i.xon — J. R. Cocke. Manager. 

.\avasota — liaylor Luniljcr C'^.. J. X. 
Baylor, .Manager. 

Yoakum— Yoakum Lnnilnr Cm, W r... 
Jaroszewski, Manager. 



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"Texas Printers' Supply iouse" 



Inks, Type, Supplies, Printing Machinery 

Largest Linotype and IVIonotype Composition House in the South 



30 F"oot. L-o"ts 



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^33.00 



flBffB 






On the Heights Northwest of the City 
"The J. C rs!ol3ori Oompany 



We desire to 

communicate with 

Reliable 

Salesme.n. 

Restricted Territory 
Given. 



S U B D i V I S I O IM S F» EIO I A l_i STS 
Carter Building HOUSTON, TEXAS 




Noriiiyl Temperance Association 

An absolutely successful HOME TREATMENT for 

lOG HABITS 

Phenomenal record of cures throughout England and the United States. 
Send for literature and authorized names. 

DR. FRED J. BURKEY, Slate Agent, i7u Preston Ave., Houston, Texas 



Some ol Our Specialties: 



Modern Bank Vaults. 

Fire and Burglar Proof 
Safes. 

Vault Doors. 

Safe Deposit Boxes. 

Grilles. 

Bank Vault Linings. 

Silver Chests, etc. 

Steel Furniture and Fil- 
ing Devices for Pub- 
lic Buildings, Offices 
and Banks. 



Vault Buses, etc. 

Warehouse and Special 
Storage Shelving. 

Library Shelving. 

Steel Lockers for 
Schools, Clubs, Y. M. 
C. A.'s. Manufactur- 
ing Plants, Depart- 
ment Stores, f-lotels, 
etc. 

Steel Wardrobes. 

Special Work in Sheet 
Steel. 



DALLAS, TEXAS, 

806 WILSON BLOC. 
Phonss: Main 2171. AuloM. 1591. 



HOUSTON, TEXAS, 

514 BIN2 BLOQ. 
Phone, Preston 704 



ER 



SELLIMG AGENTS 



lES m 



DIRECT SHIP 111 ENTS OWLY 



For the 
Cure of 




Only uncompHcated cases of drug and liquor addiction are accepted. No violent or mental cayes. 



This is not a hospital, sanitarium, health resort, or "cure." 
simply a home, who-.e liospitality is extended to drug addicts and 
alcoholics who sincerely want to be free hut are in the attitude 
of the man who, havin^; a bear by the tail, desired someone to 
help liim "let go." To '"let go" unaided bein^ impossible, the 
logic of any treatment is to m.akc it possible and our province is 
to make it as easy as possible. It can be made so comparatively 
easy that the sincere patient, placed on honur and allowed full 
liberty o: movement, finds no excuse to ^,0 wrong. 

For detailed information address 



This place is unique amone; institutions of the kind in that it does ncr employ 
nurses or attendants, restraint or espiona:^e. barred doors or windows, or any kind 
of one-sided, non co-operative effort. Conception of the true cliaracteristics o: drus 
and liquor addiction and safe and sane methods of treacment. correct on tirteory and 
proven m practice, individualize The Purdy Home. The patient is made the chief 
factor in his own recovery, as he must be. and all deuends upon his gcod laith. 
Here he s'ves up no liberty but acquires a new freedom. In a natural w-ay, accom- 
panied by no shock or depression, the dommance of drug or liquor is overcome and 
normal healt